Welcome! We're so glad your student is considering the University of Minnesota. At the University of Minnesota, your son or daughter will find great academics, including 140 outstanding academic programs; award-winning faculty; and opportunities for undergraduate research, internships, and study abroad at a great location in the thriving Twin Cities.
With 140 majors, caring advisers, renowned professors, and 800+ student organizations on a thriving Big 10 campus, the U of M is a place where you can experience countless adventures and achieve your goals and dreams. Follow the links below to explore all that we have to offer!
College Planning Tips: Wondering what courses your child should take during high school? Whether your student is in eighth or twelfth grade, this information will help your child prepare for admission and university-level study.
Next Steps: Based on your child's year in high school, find the next steps and deadlines for your family.
ACT and SAT: Learn more about our ACT/SAT requirements and get information about test dates and registration.
Tips for Your Campus Visit: Planning a campus visit? These five tips will help you make the most of your day.
Minnesota Cooperative Admissions Program (MnCAP): MnCAP is an admissions program that serves students planning to transfer from Minnesota's public two-year campuses to transfer-admitting colleges at the University of Minnesota.
Alumni Ambassadors Student Recruitment Program: Alumni are invited to share their U of M experiences with prospective students in a variety of ways. Learn more about opportunities here.
University of Minnesota Parent Program: The University of Minnesota Parent Program fosters relationships between the University and the parents of our students in order to support and foster student success. This site is your one-stop shop for information about campus events, important dates, and programs available to you and your student. Tap into a network of families with students at the U of M.
Desired Outcomes for Parent and Family Involvement: The University Parent Program works with parents to help you understand today's student experience, support your student's learning, and empower your child to take personal responsibility for their social and academic choices.
Campus Safety and Security Information for Families: The health and safety of our students is our number-one priority. This page contains information about emergency notifications, prevention, health services on campus, and other essential services that keep our students safe.
@ Home in Minnesota: This is a program focused on making out-of-state students feel more welcome in Minnesota and at the U of M. While we are focused on helping all U of M students make a successful transition to college life, we recognize that out-of-state students sometimes have unique concerns, such as traveling to/from their home state, adjusting to a new climate, and finding a local healthcare provider. The supporting faculty and staff of @Home in MN are excited that you chose this University and want to do everything they can to help you address your specific concerns so your student has a successful transition to both college and the state of Minnesota.