University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Summary

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Basic Statistics

Location
Minneapolis, MN
Website
www1.umn.edu/twincities
Full-Time Undergrads
29,125
Part-Time Undergrads
5,344
Setting
Large city
In-State Tuition
$13,555
Out-of-State Tuition
$19,805
Room & Board
$8,532
Acceptance Rate
44 %
Admission Difficulty
Average
Average SAT Scores
1740–2100
Average ACT Scores
26–30

Best ThingsMore . . .

  • Gopher spirit and a sense of community
  • Career services/advising, internships, jobs, study abroad opportunities
  • Helpful, intelligent, and considerate professors and TAs
  • Diversity of people with different interests

Worst ThingsMore . . .

  • No pets allowed
  • Dorm food lacks variety.
  • Expensive to live in campus area
  • Liberal education requirements

Frequently ComparedCompare . . .

Overall ExperienceWhat's This?

Robert Frost articulated it perfectly when he said, “College is a refuge from hasty judgment.” The University of Minnesota is the epitome of an institution that stands to support the students make their own dreams come true and provide them with structural skills to enter the real world. The students love being a Gopher and show off their spirit because U of M is truly a community of its own. Sometimes, it can be difficult to find one's niche, but there are many opportunities and experiences to be had that will help students find their strengths and weaknesses. The academic opportunities at U of M are limitless. They will fit one's interest and pace. The resources offered at the U of M are phenomenal, but a student must reach out to them. It is the perfect blend of city and suburbs, with a touch of old country in some parts. Even though it is one of the largest universities, students always feel welcomed as if it's home. 

Students know whether U of M is a good fit for them within their first semester. But most students love being here and take advantage of the diverse variety of people, culture, and the environment of the University. Being in a big city, it is relatively easier for students to come out of college with a good structural foundation in their fields and be able to find a job to apply their newfound knowledge. The U truly appreciates the uniqueness of its students and provides them with tools to enrich their knowledge and get an edge in the competitive market. The students are equipped with great educational opportunities, learn new ways to socialize and build connections, and along the way make good memories with lifelong friends. U of M offers anything and everything a student expects from his or her college life and much more.

UMN Student Reviews

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3 College Senior

Off-Campus Housing: It's ok, mostly older, smaller buildings. New developments coming in quickly however

4 College Senior

Athletics: football and hockey have the most attendance, spirit and support...besides that there isn't much

4 College Senior

Campus Strictness: i think its fairly strict

4 College Senior

Local Atmosphere: Good atmosphere but need more activities to do

3 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: There are a variety of off campus diners to attend.

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