Reciprocity Application

This web-based reciprocity application is designed for North Dakota residents attending public colleges and universities in Minnesota. The online reciprocity application is the easiest way to apply for reciprocity benefits. NOTE: Dentistry and veterinary medicine students must submit a paper application.

Private colleges do NOT participate in the tuition reciprocity program because they do not charge non-resident tuition rates.

For which academic year are you applying for benefits?

2015-2016 (Fall 2015 - Summer 2016)
2014-2015 (Fall 2014 - Summer 2015)

Application Deadlines

Colleges and Universities: The application for tuition reciprocity must be correctly completed and postmarked by the last day of classes in the term for which benefits are needed. The application deadline, except those in vocational and technical programs, is the last day of classes at the institution you are or will be attending in the term that benefits are required. Applications will not be processed retroactively. If you wish to participate in the program for the entire academic year, your application must be correctly completed and postmarked by the last day of scheduled classes in the fall term at the institution you are or will be attending.

Vocational and Technical Programs: The application for tuition reciprocity for vocational and technical programs must be correctly completed and postmarked by the deadline date of the term for which benefits are needed. The term deadlines for the MN-ND Vocational Reciprocity Program are as follows:

Fall: 12/15/2015
Spring: 5/18/2016
Summer: 8/20/2016

Applications will not be processed retroactively.

If you wish to participate in the program for the entire academic year, your application must be correctly completed and postmarked by the fall term deadline, 12/15/2015, for vocational and technical programs.

Notice to Applicants

Section 7 (b) of the Federal Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 52a) requires that when any federal, state, or local government agency asks you to disclose your social security number you must be advised whether that disclosure is mandatory or voluntary, by what statutory or other authority the number is solicited, and what uses will be made of it. Accordingly, you are being advised that disclosure of your social security number is voluntary. Your social security number will be used to verify your identity, and as an identifier on your file in order to record necessary data accurately. As an identifier, the social security number is used in the reciprocity program for such purposes as processing the application form, program evaluation and reporting, and notification of student eligibility to colleges.

Would you like to continue to apply for tuition reciprocity online?