Northwest Community College

University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota--Twin Cities is a public institution that was founded in 1851. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 34,351, its setting is urban, and the campus size is 1,204 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. University of Minnesota--Twin Cities's ranking in the 2016 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 69.

The University of Minnesota stretches across a major city – or two, to be exact. Minneapolis and St. Paul, known as the Twin Cities, are frequently recognized for sports, cleanliness, and volunteerism. The school has a campus in each city, though the Minneapolis site is considered the main campus of the University of Minnesota. Freshmen do not have to live on campus, but the more than 80 percent who choose to can opt to live in traditional residence halls or one of more than two dozen Living Learning communities, such as the Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives House and La Casa De Español. Also on campus are more than 600 student organizations, including more than 30 fraternities and sororities. The Minnesota Golden Gophers compete in the NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference, and all athletic events are held in the Minneapolis campus's Stadium Village neighborhood. Goldy Gopher, the school mascot, energizes thousands of student fans as they chant "Ski-U-Mah," a rally cry that means "Victory UM." Under the Four-Year Graduation Plan, the university ensures that all necessary classes will be available for students to complete their degrees on time. If courses are not available in an undergraduate's four years of schooling, the university will pay for the extra credits.

 

Transfer Information: Start Here! 

https://www.uofminn.org/transfer/

 

NCCC – MINNESOTA Transfer Course Equivalents

http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/trans_evaluation.html#meet

  

MINNESOTA General Education Requirements

http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/PDFs/Trans_LibEd_wksheet.pdf

 

To schedule a meeting with an NCCC transfer advisor, or for any other transfer-related information, please call The Center for Student Development at 860. 738. 6420.

 

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