Minneapolis, MN
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities


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Recent Reviews

Emily
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I love attending the University of Minnesota. As an out of state student, the people on campus made me feel welcomed from th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love attending the University of Minnesota. As an out of state student, the people on campus made me feel welcomed from the very first day. The class sizes are reasonable, professors are available, and the academic environment is competitive. There are also loads of other things to do on or around campus!

Ria
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I absolutely love how beautiful the University of Minnesota campus is. My overall opinion of the University of Minnesota is t...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I absolutely love how beautiful the University of Minnesota campus is. My overall opinion of the University of Minnesota is that it is a great college for anyone to attend from different interests and backgrounds. I love the environment, the people, the education, the opportunities, and their diversity. They offer many different opportunities for many different people and that’s what I love. University of Minnesota values diversity big there. They have so many people from different stories, races, backgrounds. The people is what makes the University of Minnesota a very well rounded community. I think this would be a great college to apply to anyone that likes a nice, big campus. They also have many resources for their students in order to see them succeed. The University of Minnesota respects diversity, but also cares for each and every student that attends. Their resources include a wide range of ways to help people that are in need. They also have many extracurriculars, clubs, and associations that are displayed in any interests you have. Overall I had a great experience. I would love to visit again and recommend to anyone looking for a well rounded college.

Emma
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love attending the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. I always say that the University of Minnesota provides an environm...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

love attending the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. I always say that the University of Minnesota provides an environment where there is somebody for everybody. With a student body of over 50,000 students, I truly believe that there is a group of people on campus for any person to fit into. There is a large emphasis on football, especially because we are a Big 10 school and with that comes a big party scene and an emphasis on greek life. However, since the campus is so large, if that isn't of interest to you it is not hard to find other people that feel the same way. There is a vast community of talented artists and the bridge connecting the east and west side of campus is covered in a mural that contains all of the student groups/ clubs the U offers. Since we are located nearly in downtown Minneapolis, there is always something to do. Minneapolis is a fun city to live in and for the size, feels relatively safe. As much as social life is emphasized, there is also a strong push for academics. People may view the U as a party school due to size/social status but don't be mistaken, the U still offers rigorous courses and professors expect a lot out of you. In conclusion, the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus is a diverse learning environment filled with a diverse student body full of different hobbies, interests, passions, etc. No matter what you want to do, the U can help you find your place.

Cayla
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The overall spirit within the College of Food Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences at the University of Minnesota is tru...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The overall spirit within the College of Food Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences at the University of Minnesota is truly great and nurtures students that want to get the most out of their time at school. Professors are truly passionate and provide students with plentiful resources for experiences in and out of the classroom.

Molly
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As a large public research university, the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities offers more opportunities and amenities than a...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

As a large public research university, the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities offers more opportunities and amenities than any other university in Minnesota. There is a student organization for every interest, a plethora of coffee shops and restaurants, and many academic opportunities that are not available at smaller schools. I'd like to elaborate a bit more on some of the rating criteria below. *Off-campus housing: Due to demand, rents in Minneapolis are on the rise and rental properties are becoming more scarce. This is definitely something to factor into your budget projections for school. *Transportation: Public transportation to and from the U is excellent, and the University offers a semester-long pass for public transportation that is a really good deal. I would not encourage you to drive to school: parking is expensive and not widely available. *Class size/accessibility of professors: Some of your classes, especially generals, will be large lecture halls with hundreds of people. Your professors will offer weekly office hours, but the majority of grading will be done by the teaching assistants. You have to make an extra effort to help your professors get to know you. *Safety: There have been some high-profile incidents of sexual misconduct in recent years, involving students and employees alike. Do some research before you attend, not because you're necessarily in any danger, it's just good to be aware of this. Overall, I would recommend the University of Minnesota to any student who is a self-starter. Because of its size, it can be more difficult to navigate, and if you prefer more guidance, a smaller school might be a better option for you.

Sophia
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I enjoy being here at the University of Minnesota. There are plenty of events and activities to do around campus. People are ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I enjoy being here at the University of Minnesota. There are plenty of events and activities to do around campus. People are always willing to help and welcome you with open arms. Education here is super important and it pushes students to be the best they can be and succeed after graduation.

Yia Kou
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My first few months on the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities has been great. There are many events that I have been going...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

My first few months on the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities has been great. There are many events that I have been going to and participating with. This university offers many activities as well. Personally, I have also been looking into musics, and sports. I really want to learn how to play an instrument by the end of college, particularly the piano. I hope to learn more about the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities as I go into my next few years.

Marko
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I love this school! I transferred to the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus after two years at Normandale, and though...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love this school! I transferred to the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus after two years at Normandale, and though I was intimidated at first I quickly fell in love with the campus atmosphere and offered classes. I've had a fantastic time over my two semesters at the U; the teachers are friendly and readily available, the classes are engaging, and the students I've met have all been great people.

Hana
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Overall, I’d say the University if Minnesota at Twin Cities is an above average school. It’s great for international students...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall, I’d say the University if Minnesota at Twin Cities is an above average school. It’s great for international students with its amazing diversity, and it does provide a sense of community for you and everyone else in your graduation year. We’re big on sports and extracurricular activities, so you won’t really get a chance to be bored. Although the night life is kind of quiet, it’s still located in a great big city with lots to do!

Elise
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The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is an excellent choice for pursuing further education. The academic reputation of thi...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is an excellent choice for pursuing further education. The academic reputation of this institution speaks for itself and a degree in any area from the U of M is worth a lot. In a central location, the U of M has fantastic places to study as well as eat and have fun.

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