I believe that M State is a good/quality college for students who aren't sure where to go or are unsure of what field they would like to go in to. It is very affordable, and the teachers/coaches/staff do a very good job at lending a hand and making themselves as available as possible for the students.
I think it is a great opportunity for anyone seeking more affordable tuition. Very friendly and helpful staff. Small classes, more help and attention from instructors. Fast, affordable programs available. Convenient Location right by the freeway. Education program exceed above most.
I love MN State and Comm Tech. It has been a great experience filled with plenty of people to help along the way. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to get started in the college process.
It's a great college for someone looking for an inexpensive, yet worthwhile education. The small town feel is good for some, but not everyone. Teachers know many students by name and the campus tends to be friendly. Because it's a small campus with not many people around, especially during the afternoon, I prefer to travel around campus with other people.
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