Our four-year grad rate is also the best in the state; graduating on time helps students avoid extra costs.
The average student receives more than $17,000 a year in aid that will never have to be paid back.
The opportunity to have small classes and work closely with professors makes a difference in the quality of the education our students receive.
This is about the same proportion as at the University of Minnesota.
The average amount families actually pay is less than half the posted price.
We offer the specific majors — and real-world experiences — that connect with students’ career goals.
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