Learn how many bachelor’s degrees are awarded by our colleges compared to the University of Minnesota and Minnesota State.
In the 2017‐18 academic year, our member institutions awarded 9,788 bachelor’s degrees. That’s 30 percent of all bachelor’s degrees in the state, compared to 33 percent at Minnesota State universities and another 33 percent at the University of Minnesota. What’s more, our members awarded a higher share of bachelor’s degrees in several key areas:
Explore what several of our colleges are doing to increase student engagement and turnout during elections.
At the age of 20, Ben Menke, a political science and statistics major from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has yet to cast his first ballot in a presidential election. But when the general election rolls around in November, the Gustavus Adolphus junior is planning to bring as many classmates as possible along with him to the polls.
Learn why high school students should make plans and set goals early when intending to transfer schools.
There are several reasons some high school students go to community college before transferring to a four-year institution. Maybe they need to be better prepared academically or maybe they need to be closer to home. For students who know they want to earn a bachelor’s degree but will start off at a community college, navigating that path between two institutions can be tricky.
Job and Internship Fair coming in February Undergraduates students from our member institutions will meet and interview with employers at the 44th annual Minnesota Private Colleges’ Job and Internship Fair, which is attended by more than 2,000 students each year.