Minnesota State University-Mankato Top Questions

What's unique about your campus?


I think that all the clubs and organizations that Mankato has to offer is the best part about the university. They offer clubs for just about anything and if they don't have a club for something you like, it is not hard to start one. This makes students fit in a lot easier and also helps them make life long friends. One of the best services that I utilize is the tutoring centers on campus. They offer one on one tutoring for just about every subject which really helps the student learn the subject they need help with.


The best part of my school was the student government. While being a member I had the opportunity to meet with faculty, assist with the budget, and help be the voice of the college of allied health and nursing.


I would say the best thing about this school is its centralized nature, and the acessibility associated with that centralization.


There is a diverse population of students which coalesce to produce a unique perspective in nearly every sphere of influence. The reason for this is the vast dissimilarities each student carries with them.


The best thing about Minnesota State University is the diversity of classes. The ability to choose classes that may be interesting, instead of taking classes because those are the only ones offered is a new concept to me. In high school, there was a narrow path in which I could take in order to stretch my learning capacity, and this lead me to PSEO at Minnesota State University, where I could take classes because I wanted to.


The best thing about this college is that it is big enough to the point where you can get involved in so many different activities, clubs, and groups but yet it also isn't too big. It is small enough where you are able to really get to know a good group of people. The campus offers many different opportunities to get involved and that is a big factor when applying for jobs after graduation. Area is important and there are many things located close to campus making it feel like a small town.


Sounds nerdy, but MSU has a great library and online e-resources.


The campus itself. It is large enough to experience diversity and a variety of courses, but it is also small enough so you can have small class sizes. It is also nice to walk around campus and occassionally bump into someone you know.


small classes one on one teaching if needed, the equipment is state of the art price is okay when I graduate I will have a associate degree in graphics transfers to other schools job placement is garanteed not far from my parents


The diversity that is offered on the campus because it gives insight to the cultures that surrounds our community. It helps us better understand the people that are all around us. The way that one speaks of their own culture gives diverse reasoning to the fact that they are unique.