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University of Minnesota Twin Cities

University of Minnesota Twin Cities

+1 612-625-5000

Minneapolis, MN USA 55455

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities is a public university located in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. It is the flagship university of the University of Minnesota system, with sister schools in Duluth, Morris, Crookston, and Rochester. Considered a “public ivy,” the University of Minnesota boasts a world-class education, similar to that of the Ivy League. Notable alumni have pursued high-visibility careers in the NFL, journalism, politics and more.

The University of Minnesota ranks 73 nationwide, and it is one of the most well-regarded universities in the Midwest. Its acceptance rate is 70%, and the graduation rate is 80%. In-state tuition is $15,027 per year, plus fees; out-of-state tuition is $33,325 per year, plus fees. Approximately 36,000 undergraduates and 16,000 postgraduates are enrolled. The university offers 150 undergraduate degrees and over 130 graduate programs, and it follows a semester-based academic calendar.

While the University of Minnesota Twin Cities is an urban campus, its on-campus housing options and close-knit off-campus neighborhoods provide students a warm and welcoming feeling. Located in one of the most bike-friendly cities in the United States, the university has extensive and accessible bike paths for students to enjoy. When they’re not making their way to classes, students engage in over 900 student organizations and clubs. Many students participate in the university’s robust community service program, and over 3,000 students are involved in the university’s Greek Life. As a member of the NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference, the University of Minnesota’s teams draw large crowds. Students also enjoy world-class physical fitness facilities and the nearby Mississippi National River Recreation Area.

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