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May 2015 worth reading

Counselor News
May, 2015

Recent articles higher education articles to explore.

Minnesota Private College Week

Minnesota Private College Week registration kicks into high gear

Counselor News
May, 2015

Registration for Minnesota Private College Week, June 22-26, is in full swing. Students can register themselves or parents can register them.

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Exploring college in middle school

Counselor News
May, 2015

Counselors know that the middle school years are the perfect time to begin thinking about and preparing college: It gives families more time to research college options and start saving.

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Family incomes similar at private nonprofits and publics

Counselor News
May, 2015

The mix of family incomes at our private nonprofit colleges is very similar to those for the University of Minnesota system and MnSCU state universities.

Tiana Danforth

Paying for college profile: St. Kate's Tiana Danforth

Counselor News
May, 2015

As a first-generation college student, Tiana Danforth navigated the financial-aid process mostly on her own — teaching her mom along the way.

first-generation college student Tiana Danforth

Paying for college profile: Tiana Danforth

May, 2015

As a first-generation college student, Tiana Danforth navigated the financial-aid process mostly on her own — teaching her mom along the way.

Carleton senior Maraki Ketema delivers a pitch for her business proposal

May 2015 all around the campuses

May, 2015

Recent news items from our campuses

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Career advice from new grads in the know

May, 2015

We asked three seniors what advice they would give current students about how to secure that first job.

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May 2015 briefs from the Council

May, 2015

Short news items from the Council

Concordia College's Ally Fisher takes it to the hoop for the Cobbers.

Gear up for campus sports

May, 2015

Our colleges have a lot to offer when it comes to sports — whether students are interested in varsity, club or intermural.

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May 2015 higher ed news

May, 2015

Recent articles higher education articles to explore

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State helps college students with State Grant funds

May, 2015

While much remains unresolved this legislative session, lawmakers did pass a higher education bill that Gov. Mark Dayton signed on May 23. Along with providing funding to the state’s two public university systems, the bill expanded the State Grant program.

family incomes for FAFSA-filing Minnesota private college students

Quick fact: Family incomes similar across sectors

May, 2015

The mix of family incomes at our private nonprofit colleges is very similar to those for the University of Minnesota system and MnSCU state universities.

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Counselors' Breakfast

7:45 - 10 a.m. |
Wed, 05/13/2015

The admission directors at Minnesota's Private Colleges will host a free informational breakfast for counselors in Bloomington, Minnesota, on May 13, 2015.

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Commencements

2015 events
Sat, 05/02/2015 - Sat, 06/13/2015

Here's a list of 2015 undergraduate commencement events and speakers at our 17 colleges.

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