Future On-Campus Students
As a system campus of the University of Minnesota system, the U of M Crookston offers access to world-class teaching, learning, and research resources—all in a smaller, more personal campus setting.
Our Academic Programs
Did you know a degree from the University of Minnesota is recognized all over the world? True story. And the Crookston campus is part of the U of M system. All of UMC's major programs are undergraduate, bachelor degrees, with a variety of concentration areas. Many of our majors and minors can be taken online or a combination of both to fit your individual needs.
Calculating Your Costs
How much will it cost you to attend UMC? Here is a starting point for estimating your costs. Don’t forget UMC has a one-rate tuition plan. All students are charged the standard in-state tuition rate, regardless of residency status. Don’t forget free tuition after 13 credits. This helps keep your costs down, so you can graduate in four years. (Students typically take 15-16 credits each semester.)
Estimated cost for the 2017-2018 academic year
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The exact cost may vary slightly from student to student, based on academic program and courses taken, but these figures can assist you with planning.
You can also estimate the financial aid available to you and your out-of-pocket expenses with the net price calculator.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Many students at UMC receive financial aid, including academic scholarships, grants, student employment, and loans. If you are new to the process, you can learn the financial aid basics, including terms like FAFSA and eFAAN. Then you can learn more about the financial aid process, including a list of financial aid sources and tasks.
More resources for future on-campus students...
- Specific admission information for:
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO)
- College in the High School (CIHS)
- Non-Degree Seeking Students
- Home Schooled Students
- Senior Citizens