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Unfold the Possibilities

at the University of Minnesota

  Crookston Duluth Morris Twin Cities Rochester

Welcome to the University of Minnesota (U of M)—where you’ll find discovery is at the core of our teaching, research, and public service, and shining in our students, our breakthroughs and the economic power the U of M provides the state of Minnesota. Our students come to the U of M to pursue their dreams and then go out into the world to contribute to the communities in which they live and improve the lives of those around them.

We invite you to discover the five campuses of the U of M system, offering over 290 academic programs to the over 43,000 students studying at our campuses throughout the state of Minnesota. But that is just the beginning. Unfold the possibilities you’ll find at the U of M by linking to the campus(es) of interest to you.

University of Minnesota Crookston

 

Home of the

Golden Eagles

Small Campus. Big Degree. The University of Minnesota Crookston (UMC), proudly carries on a tradition of a century of educational service to northwestern Minnesota. UMC equips all students and faculty with laptop computers and offers individual attention in a technology-rich environment. Integral to the University's statewide land-grant mission, UMC provides applied, career-oriented learning programs and connects its teaching, research, and outreach to local, county, and regional economic development agencies in support of the rural economy.

Fall 2015 Freshman:

239

Campus Size:

237 acres, 41 buildings

Number of Undergraduate Majors:

34

Athletics:

www.goldeneaglesports.com

Clubs/Organizations:

http://www1.crk.umn.edu/services/studentactivities/clubsorgs/index.html

What students are saying about UMC:

“I can tell you the sweet spot at UMC is the small class sizes and the opportunities for ‘hands on’ or experiential learning. You also get to know your professors and the other students very well, and that’s ideal for learning and for taking your major in the direction you want to go.”

Wade Wallace | Euclid, MN, ’15

“As a graduate of a close knit high school community, coming to UMC was an easy transition. I am now a part of a community and support system that is always willing to help me when I need it, whether it is in the classroom or outside of it. Besides offering small class sizes, hands on experiences in every major, and a laptop for every student, UMC offers an amazing environment for you to grow academically and socially.”

Emily Caldis | St. Paul, MN, ’15


Learn more at umcrookston.edu or call 1-800-862-6466.

University of Minnesota Duluth

 

Home of the

Bulldogs

Those Who Can Duluth. The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD), consistently ranks among the top Midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” issue. Overlooking Lake Superior, UMD provides an alternative to both large research and small liberal arts environments and attracts students looking for a personalized learning experience on a medium-sized campus of a major university. A firm liberal arts foundation anchors a variety of traditional degree programs, as well as professional and graduate studies that draw on UMD’s many research institutes and labs.

Fall 2015 Freshman:

1,997

Campus Size:

244 acres 55 buildings

Number of Undergraduate Majors:

85+

Athletics:

www.umdbulldogs.com

Clubs/Organizations:

http://www.d.umn.edu/kirby/

What students are saying about UMD:

“I loved being so involved in a variety of different groups and events. I’m an outgoing person, so meeting new people is always so fun! I will miss that about being on campus and the business of college life!”

Rebeccah Ahlrich | Psychology

“The professors are great when it comes to helping students, even in big lectures.”

Kristin Larson | Sophomore


Learn more at d.umn.edu/admissions or call 1-800-232-1339.

University of Minnesota Morris

 

Home of the

Cougars

Stand Out. Fit In. The University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) makes its home on a 121-year-old campus on the western edge of the state and is one of the top public liberal arts colleges in the nation. The small, close-knit campus emphasizes faculty/student collaboration in research, study abroad, and service learning. Deeply rooted in the tall grass prairies of Minnesota, the campus also has advanced sustainable, environmentally friendly initiatives that have grown to levels of national leadership and touch nearly all aspects of campus life.

Fall 2015 Freshman:

416

Campus Size:

1200 acres and 31 buildings

Number of Undergraduate Majors:

35

Athletics:

ummcougars.org

Clubs/Organizations:

http://www.morris.umn.edu/studentactivities/

What students are saying about UMM:

“I’ve had the opportunity to lead several student organizations, including the American Indian Science and Engineering Society. With that club I’ve been able to attend conferences all over the United States and present my research.”

Ashleigh Thompson | Anthropology, American Indian Studies, English

“It’s a relatively small campus, but it has all these really cool opportunities as part of the larger system.”

Sarah Singsak | English, Spanish, Psychology


Learn more at admissions.morris.umn.edu/ or call 1-888-866-3382.

University of Minnesota Rochester

 

Home of the

Raptors

Recoding the DNA of Learning. The University of Minnesota Rochester (UMR), formally established in 2006, is the newest campus in the University of Minnesota system and serves the academic and professional needs of southeastern Minnesota. UMR provides graduate and undergraduate degrees and focuses on the areas of health sciences and biotechnology, preparing students for a broad spectrum of certification programs, professional schools, and graduate programs leading to health profession careers, as well as entry-level science and laboratory positions in industry, government agencies, and universities.

Fall 2015 Freshman:

88

Campus Size:

3 buildings

Number of Undergraduate Majors:

2

Clubs/Organizations:

r.umn.edu/activities

What students are saying about UMR:

“The investment professors put into my education, success and personal interest is astounding.”

Maddy | DeLano, MN

“When I started at UMR, I knew that I was interested in the medical field but I was unsure of career I wanted to pursue. Throughout my undergraduate career, I was exposed to a variety of health care careers. The best way to decide if a career is for you is to experience it firsthand. My capstone experience involved an internship at an outpatient physical therapy clinic. It was through this experience I was able to solidify my career choice of becoming a physical therapist.”

Tricia | UMR Alumni, Haywood, WI


Learn more at r.umn.edu or call 1-877-280-4699.

University of Minnesota Twin Cities

 

Home of the

Golden Gophers

Great Academics. Great Opportunities. Great Location. Great Value. The University of Minnesota Twin Cities (UMTC), is among the largest public research universities in the country, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional students a multitude of opportunities for study and research. Located at the heart of one of the nation’s most vibrant, diverse metropolitan communities, students on the campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul benefit from extensive partnerships with world-renowned health centers, international corporations, government agencies, and arts, nonprofit, and public service organizations.

Fall 2015 Freshman:

5,771

Campus Size:

1,233 acres 165 buildings

Number of Undergraduate Majors:

140+

Athletics:

www.gophersports.com

Clubs/Organizations:

http://sua.umn.edu/groups/directory/

What current students say about UMTC:

“The staff and professors really do care about each individual student. Usually at universities students are known as a number. That is definitely not the case at the U of M! ... I knew it was home when I visited for the first time. The atmosphere is more welcoming than anything I have ever experienced.”

Brenda Croell | Speech-hearing sciences major, New Hampton, Iowa

“I knew that I could come here and get a degree that employers will know and respect ... I just loved the atmosphere of Minnesota and it feels a lot more welcoming to me. I feel comfortable going up to any student here or going up to any of my professors to talk to them.”

Elise Krause | Applied economics major and animal science minor, Milmine, Illinois


Learn more at http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/ or call 1-800-752-1000.

Share My App

The University is proud of the educational opportunities offered on all of our campuses. The Share My App Program simply makes it possible for Twin Cities campus applicants to easily apply to the University’s other campuses: Crookston, Duluth, Morris, or Rochester campuses.

The Share My App Program works like this: All fall 2015 freshman applicants who have submitted a complete admission application to the Twin Cites campus may also be considered for admission at one or more of the U of M’s other campuses (Crookston, Duluth, Morris, and Rochester) with no additional application and no additional application fee.

Students living in the United States or Canada who submit a complete application to the Twin Cities campus will receive a letter from the University of Minnesota inviting them to also consider the University of Minnesota’s other campuses. (Students living outside of the United States or Canada will receive an email invitation to participate.) Students who receive the invitation can submit a request online to share their materials with another campus.

If students have questions about the Share My App Program or the individual system campuses, they may contact each campus directly for more information.

  • University of Minnesota Crookston: 1-800-862-6466
  • University of Minnesota Duluth: 1-800-232-1339
  • University of Minnesota Morris: 1-888-866-3382
  • University of Minnesota Rochester: 1-877-280-4699

Go to Share My App to learn more about this University of Minnesota program today!

Learn More

University of Minnesota Crookston
Web site: http://www.umcrookston.edu
Toll-free phone: 1-800-862-6466

University of Minnesota Duluth
Web site: http://www.d.umn.edu/admissions
Toll-free phone: 1-800-232-1339

University of Minnesota Morris
Web site: admissions.morris.umn.edu
Toll-free phone: 1-888-866-3382

University of Minnesota Rochester
Web site: http://www.r.umn.edu
Toll-free phone: 1-877-280-4699

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Web site: http://admissions.tc.umn.edu
Toll-free phone: 1-800-752-1000