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Smaller classes make a big difference, and professors will challenge and support you in meeting those challenges.
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Learn more and register for free informational breakfasts in Eau Claire, Wis. (March 14) and Minnetonka, Minn. (May 9) to hear from our admission representatives.
Explore our resources that provide what you need to know about planning group campus visits along with advice on alternative ways to help students learn about colleges.
Find links to our members’ visit pages and virtual tours, or use our new searchable event calendar to find upcoming in-person and virtual group visit events.
Find out which college credits earned during high school may be accepted for credit, higher level course placement or advanced standing by our colleges and universities.
Help students who plan to attend a two-year community or technical college in Minnesota and then transfer to a four-year school see the how courses in a specific major will transfer at 12 of our institutions.
Use our list of summer programs offered by our campuses as a quick way to help families to find summer activities for their students.
Order for free copies of the Minnesota Private College Week handout to give out school events and meetings.
Check out some of the best recent articles that we’ve come across.
Explore how computer science majors are a natural fit with the liberal arts by learning about the growing programs at Carleton and Concordia St. Paul.
Read how St. Olaf’s new public health concentration spans 14 academic departments to leverage the liberal arts’ breadth of study — in this month’s spotlight.
Learn what is meant when our colleges and universities review applications holistically in the admissions process.
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Explore the ways in which our students engage in research, both individually and collaboratively, and across a variety of disciplines.