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 with Family
Average Net Price$23,297 / 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
This net price data shows the average amount students have paid, according to their family income, after subtracting all grants and scholarships.
This section shows the median debt graduates incurred to complete their degree at this institution.
Median Cumulative Debt by Degree Type
Percent of Graduates With Loans
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School applications (paper)
Applicants must satisfy one of the following: a) achieve minimum scores on the Accuplacer test for reading comprehension, sentence skills, and arithmetic; b) provide documentation of a bachelor's degree; c) a minimum composite score of 21 on the ACT; d) a composite SAT score of 1060.
High School Diploma or GED
Students need to complete a survey that is used to determine skills, ambitions and career goals
Financial Aid Application Deadline
Varies by scholarship
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Graduate Employment Outcomes
The data displayed below comes from the Graduate Employment Outcomes tool and only reports on graduates employed in Minnesota. This section shows employment data for graduate class of 2017, including percent of graduates with full-time employment in the 3rd year after college graduation and the median annual wages by award level, according to the Minnesota unemployment insurance records. Data does not include federal employees, self-employed (e.g. professional freelancers, artists, developers, designers, business owners), military, or individuals who moved out of state for a job. The list below may be incomplete and limited to some majors. Additionally, data has been suppressed when it refers to 10 or less students.Jump to:
Communications technologies/technicians and support services
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.