Learn more about the legislation new funding for higher education to help college students and their institutions.
The $2 trillion federal stimulus package to stabilize households and businesses that have taken a hit with the COVID-19 outbreak includes measures targeting college students and the institutions that serve them.
Congressional action on the plan that was agreed to early Wednesday morning is expected soon; it has the support of the White House as well as Democratic and Republican leaders in the Senate and House.
Find links to our 17 institutions for more on how they’re managing and protecting their students.
COVID-19 has impacted all of higher education; the 17 institutions that are members of the Minnesota Private College Council are no exception. Each institution has been communicating regularly and often with students, staff, parents and others throughout this time. They have all been putting clear information online, to help different audiences navigate what is going on.
Explore how our colleges remain focused on meeting student needs as they continue learning during the pandemic.
The onset of COVID-19 has led private colleges across Minnesota to send most students home and their faculty to shift to teaching online. With all that’s in turmoil, however, these institutions remain as focused as always on how they can best meet student needs.
Explore how our colleges incorporate an entrepreneurial mindset on campus —from maker spaces to innovation labs to competitions to majors and minors.
When you think of entrepreneurship you probably start with Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk. But the liberal arts — and Minnesota Private Colleges — should come to mind as well.
Entrepreneurial studies is a growing field in higher education and that’s certainly true for Minnesota Private Colleges. From maker spaces to institutes for entrepreneurial studies to innovation labs, each college has its own take on entrepreneurship.