ST. PAUL, Minn., Sept. 30, 2019 – In recognition of October’s College Knowledge Month, students exploring their higher education options can submit an application for admission to any of the 30 colleges or seven universities of Minnesota State without paying an application fee.
“The colleges and universities of Minnesota State offer a transformational education, and are the most affordable and accessible options in the state,” said Devinder Malhotra, chancellor of Minnesota State. “I encourage everyone who is considering higher education to take advantage of College Knowledge Month to fully explore the many opportunities available in Minnesota and take the first steps towards a brighter future for themselves and for their families.”
Most Minnesota State colleges and universities are waiving application fees for the full month of October. Some, denoted in the list below with an asterisk, are waiving fees from Oct. 28 – Nov. 1 only. Colleges and universities that never charge a fee are denoted in the list below with two asterisks. Application fees for qualified low-income students and active duty military service members deployed overseas can always be waived at every Minnesota State college and university.
If prompted for a promo code, applicants should use “CKM2019.”
For more information, contact any of the Minnesota State colleges or universities, or visit www.minnstate.edu/collegeknowledge.
30 STATE COLLEGES:
SEVEN STATE UNIVERSITIES:
* Colleges and universities waiving fees for week of Oct. 28 to Nov. 1
** Colleges and universities that never charge an application fee
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