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What does "time conflict" in my schedule mean?You have registered for courses that conflict or overlap with each other. However, courses with a warning due to a conflict are registered courses. Please be sure to review your schedule closely and adjust accordingly. View
What does "invalid credits" mean?You will get this message if you incorrectly enter variable credits. For example, variable credits must be entered as 0100 for a 1 credit course or 1100 for an 11 credit course. View
What does "only defined majors may register for this course" mean?Some courses are set up exclusively for certain majors. If you receive this message you will not be allowed to register for that particular course unless you have declared program as your major. Some "defined major courses" may open up to all students close to the semester start.View
Microsoft office

MS Office 2007 course is offered on both the Eden Prairie and Brooklyn Park campuses. 
Do Accuplacer Tests expire?Accuplacer Reading Test scores are valid for 3 years.  Math testing is required every 2 years.View
Who is my faculty advisor?

Faculty Advisors are instructors. Please see the Staff Directory for contact information.
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what does web supplemented meanWeb supplemented means that the course will have some projects done on the web or through D2L but will have a class each week on campus.

Blended/Hybrid means some of your class will be completed through D2L and some will be completed on the campus.
How do I get a copy of the classes I registered for?Login to your e-Services; your schedule is found under Courses & Registration> View & Modify Schedule.
Help my D2L isn't working?Contact the D2L Help Desk for assistance.
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Weekend and evening hours contact MnSCU D2L Support Sevices Help Desk
or call 1-877-466-6728
(1-877-GO MNSCU) or call 1-877-466-6728
(1-877-GO MNSCU)

How do I get a locker?
There are lockers available for students at no charge. Students must provide their own lock. To avoid having your lock removed students must register the locker number with the receptionist at the campus they are attending. 
If you have further questions, please contact the receptionist at your campus 952-995-1300.