The following is a list of colleges and universities in the U.S. state of Minnesota. (‡ denotes a two-year school.)

Private liberal arts colleges[]

Private colleges and universities[]

  • Adler Graduate School (Richfield)
  • Association Free Lutheran Bible School and Seminary (Plymouth)
  • Bethel University (Arden Hills)
  • Cardinal Stritch University (Minnesota)
  • College of Visual Arts (Saint Paul)
  • Crossroads College (Rochester)
  • Crown College (St. Bonifacius)
  • Dunwoody College of Technology (Minneapolis)
  • Institute of Production and Recording (Minneapolis)
  • Luther Seminary (Saint Paul)
  • Martin Luther College (New Ulm)
  • Mayo School of Health Sciences (Rochester)
  • McNally Smith College of Music (Saint Paul)
  • Minneapolis College of Art and Design (Minneapolis)
  • North Central University (Minneapolis)
  • Northwestern College (Roseville)
  • Oak Hills Christian College (Bemidji)
  • William Mitchell College of Law (Saint Paul)

Public colleges and universities[]

U of M[]

See University of Minnesota system
  • University of Minnesota Crookston (Crookston)
  • University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth)
  • University of Minnesota Morris (Morris)
  • University of Minnesota Rochester (Rochester)
  • University of Minnesota Twin Cities (Minneapolis, Falcon Heights)


See Minnesota law colleges and universities

State Universities[]

Community and Technical Colleges (2-year)[]

For-profit colleges and universities[]

For-profit colleges and universities in Minnesota:

External links[]

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