Minnesotans are noted for their unique way of speaking – particularly, they have a “Midwestern accent” comprising of North Central American English and a touch of Scandinavian-sounding words. The state is also known for its great sense of community and shared culture. With extreme weather conditions, it is wise for students wishing to study in Minnesota to have a variety of attire for really hot and cold conditions. Temperatures may vary depending on where in the state you are studying.
Whether you’re looking to earn an associate, bachelor, or graduate/professional degree, Minnesota offers a plethora of curriculum options through their community colleges and public and private 4-year and graduate institutions.
Did you know these fascinating facts about Minnesota?
The Mall of America is literally size of 78 football fields… 9.5 million square feet, to be exact.
The first bone marrow transplant and open-heart surgery procedures in the states were done at the University of Minnesota.
The biggest urban sculpture garden in the United States is the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
Minneapolis loves golfers and golfers love Minneapolis… as this city has more golfers per capita than any other city in the US.
The stapler was born in Spring Valley, MN.
The honey-crisp apple originated from the University of Minnesota.
Minneapolis is one of the nation’s most literate cities, third to Seattle and Washington.
A majority of international students study at the University of Minnesota.
Among ranked National Universities, the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2019–2020 school year was $41,426 at private colleges, $11,260 for state residents at public colleges and $27,120 for out-of-state students at state schools, according to data reported to U.S. News in an annual survey.
If your child receives free or reduced lunch, or has an EFC of $0, we can bring your costs down even more! Please mention this during your consultation.