We've gathered the information and links you need to find both in-person and virtual visit options at our 18 colleges and universities. Also be sure to check out our group event calendar, which features many (but not all) events offered by our institutions; new events are added regularly.
We’ve compiled a list of what our colleges offer for credit, higher level course placement or advanced standing for work that students have completed in high school, including through AP, IB, PSEO, CLEP and concurrent enrollment.
Our list of summer enrichment programs offered by our campuses provides a quick way for you find summer activities that may interest your high school student or younger kids. Some are away camps while others run during the day.
Middle school is an ideal time to make sure your student is on track academically and to begin thinking about your student’s interests and talents and how those might translate into a college major or a career.
Our annual visit event returns June 26 to June 30, offering introductory visit sessions at 9:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. with registration opening May 1. Make plans to visit one or more of our 18 colleges and universities.
Students who plan to attend a two-year community or technical college in Minnesota and then transfer to a four-year school can learn how courses in a specific major will transfer at 12 of our institutions.