NRSM Student Services and Resources

The Natural Resources Science and Management graduate program at the University of Minnesota is dedicated to providing excellence in services and resources available to our students.

On this page we have broken up resources into several categories: Academic, Campus Community, Employment, Financial, and Student Physical and Mental Health. It is also recommended that students review the PDF iconCFANS Best Practices for Graduate Student Success document, and refer to it often throughout their degree program. 

Academic Resources

Please see below for a listing of academic resources available to students at the University of Minnesota. Note that this is by no means an exhaustive list. 

Onestop Student Services - Your 'one stop' for information regarding registration, records, financial aid, billing, payment, and veterans benefits. 

Graduate Student Services and Progress (GSSP) - advises students concerning graduate education and University policies and procedures.

Academic and Professional Development (APD) - provides programs, resources, and events to help you  identify potential career paths and develop necessary skills. 

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) - an invaluable resource to international students at the University of Minnesota. ISSS can assist with questions related to travel, visa requirements, employment, legal services, living in Minnesota, and more!

UMN Libraries - take advantage of all UMN has to offer by utilizing library databases and resources for your academic success. 

NRSM Student Handbooks - all NRSM students should review the program handbook relevant to their degree program to ensure they are on the correct path towards degree completion. 

Campus Community

Please see below for a listing of community resources available to students at the University of Minnesota. Note that this is by no means an exhaustive list. 

Housing Resources - resources for students looking for on-campus or off-campus housing.

Women's Center - the UMN Women's Center seeks to advance gender equity and "educate and inspire feminist leaders, advance an empowering intellectual environment, and advocate for an equitable University culture and community."

Disability Resource Center - with resources available for students with both visible and invisible disabilities, the mission of the UMN Disability Resource Center is "Advancing Access for Everyone." 

Twin Cities Multicultural Resources and Services - this directory was developed to assist students living in the Twin Cities area with finding available resources and services. The directory is broken down by category and primary community. 

Student Groups - there are literally thousands of student groups at the University of Minnesota, serving all communities of students. Nomatter your interest, you're sure to find a group that fits your needs. If you don't see a group that represents what you are looking for, think about starting your own student group!

NRSM Diversity and Inclusion Resources - visit this page for additional resources!

Employment Resources

Please see below for a listing of employment resources available to students at the University of Minnesota. Note that this is by no means an exhaustive list. 

St. Paul Campus Career Center - provides a variety of career services to graduate students to help plan your career and develop your job search skills.

UMN Student Employment - HR page created to help students search for jobs, understand UMN employment policies, and answer questions related to the student employee experience. 

Graduate Assistant Employment - secondary HR page created to aid in the search for Graduate Assistant positions specifically. 

Financial Resources

Onestop Student Services - Your 'one stop' for information regarding registration, records, financial aid, billing, payment, and veterans benefits. 

NRSM Financing and Funding Resources - See this page for additional financial resources for NRSM students. 

Student Physical and Mental Health

Please see below for a listing resources available to students in the areas mental and phyiscal health. This is by no means an exhaustive list. 

Boynton Healthprimary health care clinic serving the U community.

Student Mental Health Resources - UMN is dedicated to raising awareness about issues related to student mental health, effecting policy change, improving conditions on our campus for students with mental health conditions, and serving as a model of collaboration for our campus and other universities. 

Disability Resource Center - with resources available for students with both visible and invisible disabilities, the mission of the UMN Disability Resource Center is "Advancing Access for Everyone." 

Student Health Benefit Plan - cost-effective, comprehensive health plan for students. 

Graduate Assistant Health Plan - health plan specifically tailored for UMN graduate assistants, fellows, and trainees.