Discover how our colleges keep the focus on the student.
Whether it’s NCAA Division II and Division III, our colleges and universities never lose sight of the “student” in “student athlete” and help students maintain a healthy balance between those two competing pursuits. For those students looking for something outside varsity athletics, club sports offer another way for students to compete against different colleges.
So you've probably heard different things about private colleges over the years — from friends, in the news or on social media — but is any of it accurate? Let's tackle four common myths that make the rounds each year.
Block out time this summer for a few campus visits.
Our colleges offer a variety of summer programming options that help teens stay physically active, learn something new or expand their current knowledge or skills during the summer months. Many programs are offered each year, and it's a great way for them to get comfortable with being on a college campus and seeing themselves there in the future.
Learn how this St. Olaf College junior weighed her college options and manages the cost.
Stillwater-native Monique Rondeau knew she wanted to go to a small liberal arts college. The first person in her family to go to college, her research into liberal arts colleges in the Midwest put St. Olaf College on her radar. Although affordability was a major consideration, it wasn’t the only factor.