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Pride Month

Happy Pride to all our LGBTQIA+ students, friends, and colleagues! 

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Can you afford a tuition increase?

Before the Minnesota State Board of Trustees considers this request, we wanted to get your thoughts on whether or not they should increase tuition.

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Lift up the voices of students at the capitol, on campus and throughout our community.

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"There are so many things that could have gone differently with my story, so many opportunities for a different path if there had been a clear, on-campus pathway to mental healthcare for any student."
Axel Kylander
Student Stories
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"While I was enrolled, my outstanding tuition balance prevented me from using campus resources such as the food court or the bus system. I struggled to pay my rent, pay for groceries, or pay for medical expenses with a job that only paid minimum wage. I remember staring blankly in my kitchen, calculating how I would survive on only frozen food."
Ali Tomashek
Student Stories
Marcelus Ifonlaja poses in front of Washington Monument
"Whatever you're passionate about, whatever you care about, whatever you like - let that shine. Because when you let that shine, others around you see that. And that will attract the right people."
Marcelus Ifonlaja
Student Stories
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If you are a Minnesota resident under age 27 and were in the Minnesota foster care system at any point after you thirteenth birthday, this grant may cover the cost of attendance at any eligible Minnesota public or participating private college and university.