Menu

College and University Sites

Avoid "Diploma Mills"

Diploma mills, or degree mills, are fraudulent "colleges" that offer potential students degrees requiring little or no serious work.  These "colleges" are not legitimate or accredited.  Learn more about diploma mills at the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Minnesota Career College Association

This site provides information on 9 of Minnesota's private career colleges.  

Minnesota Private Four-Year Colleges

Minnesota State (Formerly MNSCU)

Minnesota's merged system includes all technical college, community colleges, and state universities.  Viewbook of all campuses is here.

Technical colleges are two-year colleges that teach specific knowledge and skills leading to specific careers.

Community colleges are two-year colleges that can get you started on a bachelor's degree (four-year degree).  You can take your first two years of college at a community college and then transfer to a four-year college or university to complete your degree.  Community colleges, like technical colleges, also offer career programs leading directly to a job.

State universities are four-year institutions offering courses and programs leading to bachelor's, master's, and advanced degrees.

Minnesota Transfer

Your official guide for seamless transfer through Minnesota Office of Higher Education Services.

Transferology

is a nation-wide network designed to help students answer the question "Will my courses transfer?" Students enter their coursework, exams, and/or military learning experiences, and then discover in a single click how many colleges in the Transferology network have matching courses that may be awarded when the student transfers. 

Transferology is supported through a collaboration of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and the University of Minnesota.

University of Minnesota System

The University of Minnesota has five campuses in Minnesota.

For a system-wide brochure listing majors found within the University of Minnesota, click .

Crookston:

Duluth:     
Admissions site .

Morris:     
Admissions site .

Rochester:  

Twin Cities:     
Admissions site .

University of Wisconsin System

Overview of All Campuses: 

Freshman/Sophomore Campuses:  

Virtual Tours