Discover how on-campus living has a positive impact on academic outcomes.
When students imagine the college campus experience, they probably picture themselves in a traditional first-year residence hall or special interest housing. These experiences aren’t just social; they have impacts throughout the student’s life. Read the article to learn how.
Explore what some of this year’s first-year students are reading and why the books were selected.
Incoming first-year students are often assigned a book to read over the summer or during a required first-year course. We asked our member colleges what students are reading this year — and why the book was chosen. Yes, it may be a handy list to refer to for anyone looking for what they want to read next.
Find out why this physics major is succeeding on and off the athletic field at Concordia College.
When Willie Julkes III was a senior in high school he was looking for an opportunity to play football in college and earn an excellent education. As the recruiting process played out, Julkes had a couple options; head to a bigger school and try to make the team as a walk-on or head to a small private college and be a starter.
Find out how incomes of Minnesota FAFSA-filing families at our private colleges compares to the state of Minnesota’s median family income.
The median income of Minnesota FAFSA-filing families at our private colleges is lower than the state of Minnesota’s median family income, at $83,000 at our member colleges versus $86,000 for the state.