Read what three students at our colleges would tell incoming first-year college students.
Going to college offers a lot of freedom and choices — so much so that first-year students can feel overwhelmed even before they step foot on campus that first day. Current college students can offer invaluable advice — often in hindsight — on how high school students can make the transition to college life go more smoothly.
Learn how graduates benefit financially from a degree and how that helps Minnesota’s economy.
There’s a great deal of talk in the media about whether getting college degree is worth it, but employers rarely question its value — quite the opposite. That results in a financial benefit for graduates and, ultimately, for the state as a whole. Read our recent article on the topic.
Order or download any or our free publications and handouts for yourself or your students.
We’ve updated several of our materials for the 2018-19 academic year. The College Guide is now available for order or download and includes profiles on each of our colleges alone with a grid showing their undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations.
Sign up for our free event with admissions representatives. (Spring Twin Cities date will be set soon.)
This fall, we’re bringing our Counselors' Breakfast to St. Cloud on Nov. 15. Ask questions of admissions representatives from our member institutions and learn what’s happening on their campuses. And, yes, eat some breakfast while you’re at it. Both the event and the parking are free.
Learn about fall campus visit options at our colleges.
As someone who works with students and families, you know how invaluable campus visits are. We’ve compiled a list of fall visit events for our colleges with links to more information on each college’s website. We also have a fall campus visit flyer you can distribute to students or post in your school.