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3900 Bethel Drive
St. Paul, MN 55112
United States

The following information should help you understand the cost of attending college. Keep in mind that most students receive a financial aid package (grants and scholarships) which lowers their out-of-pocket cost. This is reflected on the net price information, if available.
Living On-Campus
Living Off-Campus
Living with Family
The amounts above pertain to first-time full-time undergraduate students and include tuition and fees, housing and meals, transportation, and personal expenses. Use these estimated amounts as a reference for building your annual budget for attending this institution.
Average Net Price $28,840 / year

This is the average annual amount that first-time, full-time undergraduate students pay at this institution after subtracting all grants and scholarships from the cost of attendance.

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Net cost after grants and scholarships by income
$0-$30,000: $20,410
$30,001-$48,000: $19,498
$48,001-$75,000: $22,498
$75,001-$110,000: $26,099
Over $110,000: $33,548

This net price data shows the average amount students have paid, according to their family income, after subtracting all grants and scholarships.

Student/Faculty Ratio
Size of Student Body
Average Class Size
Graduate Students Enrolled
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Breakdown by Race
Black or African American: 4%
Hispanic: 6%
Asian: 5%
White: 79%
Two or more races: 3%
Unknown: 2%
Breakdown by Age
19 and Younger: 38%
20 to 24: 50%
25 to 34: 6%
35 to 44: 4%
45 and Older: 3%
Breakdown by Gender
Men: 39%
Women: 61%
New entering students who are transfers

Graduation Rate for Four-Year Programs
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Completers within 6 years by race
Hispanic: 60%
Asian: 70%
White: 78%
Two or more races: 61%
Unknown: 46%
Completers within 6 years by gender
Men: 70%
Women: 77%
Retention Rate
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Retention Rate By Type
Full-time: 86%
Part-time: 60%
Average amount of federal, state, local, institutional or other sources of grant aid awarded to undergraduate students

The following information pertains to first-time full-time undergraduate students.

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Average amount of aid awarded to full-time first-time undergraduates
State/Local grant aid: $5,583
Institutional grant aid: $20,462
Federal grant aid: $4,881
Average amount of grant aid awarded by income (all sources)
$0-$30,000: $31,410
$30,001-$48,000: $31,467
$48,001-$75,000: $29,159
$75,001-$110,000: $25,594
Over $110,000: $19,671
School Scholarships
Financial Aid Contact

This section shows the median debt graduates incurred to complete their degree at this institution.

Median Cumulative Debt by Degree Type
  • Bachelor's Degree: $27,000
  • Master's Degree: $42,655
  • Doctorate: $54,667
Percent of Graduates With Loans
  • Associate's Degree: 75%
  • Undergraduate Certificate: 39%
  • Bachelor's Degree: 72%
  • Master's Degree: 70%
  • Doctorate: 38%

  • Common applications (online)
  • School applications (online)
  • ACT or SAT
  • CLT. We are also Test Optional.
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Transcripts
  • Application Essay
  • Names of references will be contacted as necessary.
  • Accepts dual credits
  • Accepts exam-based credits
  • Institution awards credits for military training
Application Timelines

Applications Deadline

Rolling admissions; majority of students are admitted by November 1st or March 1st

Rolling Admissions Deadline


Financial Aid Application Deadline

Varies. * ActSix Application due in November. * Physics and Engineering Scholarship application due January 15 * Arts and Humanities Scholarship application due January 15 *

This profile features institution-wide data. Be aware that some categories may not be showing and that data is suppressed when reporting is for 10 or less students. Most data and terminology is sourced from IPEDS. To learn more about each section, please refer to Data Sources.