The Tri-College course exchange program allows students to take two courses per semester (effective Fall 2021) at a host campus while taking at least one course at their home campus. (See the TCU Course Exchange and Cooperative Agreement for exceptions.) Students must fill out the Tri-College Registration Form and submit the form to the home campus for course registration purposes. From there, campus personnel complete the registration process on behalf of the student once open enrollment begins at the host campus. Students should NOT register for Tri-College courses independently, as they would not be considered Tri-College without the proper registration forms. Please read the Tri-College Registration Information Guide for all applicable policies and procedures.
- Tri-College University Web site
- TCU Course Exchange and Cooperative Agreement
- Tri-College Registration Information Guide and Forms
Questions? Contact your Home Institution:
|Institution||Phone Number||Email Address|
|Concordia College||(218) email@example.com|
|Minnesota State Community and Technical College||(218) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Minnesota State University Moorhead||(218) email@example.com|
|North Dakota State College of Science||(701) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|North Dakota State University||(701) email@example.com|
Additional Tri-College information
A separate parking permit is not issued for Tri-College University (TCU) parking. If vehicles have a current home-campus permit, they may be parked in the following lots on other campuses.
- Concordia — TCU students, faculty, and staff can park in the O parking lots
- M-State — Apply for free parking permit at the Moorhead campus
- MSUM — TCU students can park in the G parking lots.
- NDSCS — Contact Campus Police in Student Center for parking permit information
- NDSU — Parking Lots R, TA and Fargo Dome lots B, C, D and E. Faculty/staff permits are honored in the AE and TA lots. Individuals with state-issued mobility-impaired permits may park in any mobility-impaired space on campus provided the Tri-College institution permit and the state-issued mobility-impaired permit are clearly displayed in conjunction with one another. Free parking is not available at NDSU for Tri-College faculty and staff possessing a retiree parking permit not issued by NDSU.
Drivers are subject to traffic regulations of each institution. Lot restrictions are eased after 5 p.m., but there is no overnight parking.