Concurrent Enrollment Program
Welcome to M State! You are on the right path to making good decisions that will have a positive impact on your future. Taking concurrent courses will give you a jump start on your college education, save you money and give you college experience in a high school setting. We hope you will enjoy all the benefits of being an M State concurrent student and that you will consider continuing your education at M State after you graduate high school.
Are you ready to be a college student?
M State concurrent students are held to the same standards and expectations as students in classes taught on the college campus. Success in college begins with understanding college expectations and being accountable. Students are encouraged to take M State's College Readiness Self Assessment and read the Student Agreement of Understanding or the CEP Brochure for Student Success.
Get connected to M State - activate your StarID
What is a StarID?
How do I activate my StarID?
Step 1: Go to the Minnesota State StarID website. Click on "Activate StarID" and then "Personal Email Address." Enter the same personal email to active your StarID as the email entered when you applied to M State. Click "continue."
If you need assistance, call 877.450.3322 or chat with an M State Solution Center specialist.
Step 2: Go to your personal email and copy the verification code. The code is valid for one hour and can be used only once.
Step 3: Go back to the Minnesota State StarID website, click on "Activate StarID" and "Verification Code." Copy and paste the verification code or enter it manually, and a StarID will be generated.
Step 4: Create a new password. Passwords must contain at least three of the following: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers and special characters.
- Visit StarID Self Service to change passwords and manage your profile
- Email, chat or call the M State Solution Center
- eServices - Students should login to eServices every semester to verify registration. Students can also check grades, print unofficial transcripts, and track Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) progress through eServices.
- Spartan Center - Academic support, tutoring services and online tools and resources.
M State Library
Use M State's library resources to search online articles, eBooks and much more!
Student ID Cards
To request an M State college ID card, follow these steps:
- Log into D2L with your StarID and password
- Click on the grid icon in the upper right
- Select "Library Resources"
- Select "Student Resources" and "ID Card Info"
- Click on "Online Student ID" to upload a photo and complete the request
Other Helpful Links
- Course Outlines
- M State Accessibility Resources
- M State Student Handbook
- Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) information and planning worksheet
How to request a transcript to a college or university not in the Minnesota State system
Visit the M State forms page and click on "Transcript Request" under the "Graduation and Transfer" heading. Your request will be processed within 72 hours. If you need assistance, call the M State Support Center at 877.450.3322, or chat.
How to request a transcript to a college or university that is part of the Minnesota State system
If you are applying to another institution within the Minnesota State system, you do NOT need to request a transcript online because the college or university will have access to your Minnesota State eTranscript.
Not sure if the school you are applying to is part of Minnesota State? Click here to find out.
How do you know if your M State concurrent courses will transfer after you graduate high school? The majority of M State concurrent credits transfer seamlessly to other colleges and universities, however it is up to the receiving institution to decide which credits transfer and whether those credits meet their degree requirements.
Tools and information for transfer planning:
- Minnesota State system - M State is a member of the Minnesota State system. A course that meets a Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) goal area at M State will meet the same goal area at other Minnesota State institutions. Visit the Minnesota State Campuses website to see a list of all 30 colleges, seven universities and 54 campuses that are part of this system.
- Syllabi - Students are strongly encouraged to keep the syllabi from their concurrent courses as a receiving institution may request it if a transfer decision is appealed.
- Transferology - This is a free online tool designed to help students explore their college transfer options nationwide.
- MnTransfer - This is a resource for students, transfer specialists and educators.
- Appeal - All colleges and universities have an appeal process, so if a course doesn't transfer or transfers as an elective, take the next step and submit an appeal. The M State Concurrent Enrollment Program will also help advocate for our students. Email email@example.com for assistance.
- Meet with your high school career counselor.
- Meet with M State advisors and/or attend M State transfer workshops.