Wintersession Student Information

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Students must be formally admitted to UM prior to registering for Wintersession courses. For more information about admission procedures and forms, please visit

Wintersession Courses

Follow the links below to access the Wintersession course schedule in a variety of ways. As you review the schedule, you can use the section numbers to help you identify Wintersession courses. All Wintersession courses are section 9x (90, 91, etc.)

Online Schedule (Academic Planner)

Online Schedule (CyberBear*)

*Search by subject, title, and campus, among other criteria.
Search by Term: Spring Semester 2017.
Click "Advanced Search"
To view only Wintersession face-to-face courses, you must select "UM-Wintersession" within the Campus search box.
To view Wintersession online courses you must view all online courses by selecting all course subjects (select the first subject, then scroll to the bottom of the list and shift+click the last subject to highlight every subject in the list)
Then within the "Campus" search box select "All"
In the "Session" search box select: "Internet/Online"
Wintersession online courses are denoted by section numbers 90 to 99.

The Financial Aid Office determines eligibility for aid that may cover costs of Wintersession/Spring Semester courses. For consideration of eligibility, students should contact the Financial Aid Office in Griz Central as early as possible.
Date Occurrence
October, 2016:  Registration available via CyberBear
November, 2016:  Students can begin paying/finalizing registration bills
January 3, 2017:  Wintersession instruction begins
January 20, 2017:  Wintersession ends
June 1, 2017:  Grades available via CyberBear

Wintersession 2017 courses are included in the students' total credit load for Spring Semester. Beginning in October, students may register for courses offered during Wintersession 2017, January 3-20. Students access CyberBear and select ‘Spring Semester 2017' under term, then select ‘UM-Wintersession' under Campus. Courses require minimum enrollments, and may be subject to cancellation.

For online courses, do not select 'UM-Wintersession' under Campus. Select 'All' or the appropriate 'Distance Learning' choice and look for courses that have section 90 or higher.

Wintersession is considered part of Spring term. Fees follow the regular state-funded fee schedules.  Student class status and residency will affect fees, and the tuition flat spot will apply. All fees are subject to change without notice.