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Smaller classes make a big difference, and professors will challenge and support you in meeting those challenges.
Explore the ways colleges are moving the campus visits online and what virtual options families have this summer.
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Find out the share for each sector of first-time, full-time Pell Grant recipients completing a bachelor’s degree in four years.
Read an interview with St. Thomas’ climate change expert on climate change impacts in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Learn how our colleges’ holistic admissions approach helps them address concerns about pass-fail grading and AP/IB scores.
Discover how several campuses are finding ways to make the pandemic a teachable moment and foster real-world changes.
Watch video messages from the Gov. Walz and Lt. Gov. Flanagan to this year's college seniors.
Check out some of the best recent articles that we’ve come across.
Learn what’s happening at our colleges with a quick rundown of recent news.
Plan ahead for the next academic year by ordering copies of our upcoming 2020-21 materials.
By adding concentrations in expanding fields through the MITx MicroMasters programs, Bethel University is broadening its strong MBA program and adding more affordable choices for students.
Find options to virtually explore our colleges this spring and summer.
Learn which campuses no longer require students to submit ACT or SAT scores when applying.