Students are not required to take the ACT or Accuplacer prior to admission to M State, but minimum assessment or ACT scores are needed to register for most classes. To sign up for an Accuplacer assessment, visit minnesota.edu/assessment. For students who do not meet minimum scores, developmental classes are available.
We have multiple computer labs designated for student use on each campus.
Yes. Please consult your advisor if you wish to take courses on multiple campuses.
The M State foundations award a variety of scholarships to many students each year. For more information, contact the Solution Center at 877-450-3322 or check with specific campus foundations by visiting minnesota.edu/foundation.
There are many jobs available on campus for interested students. Some of the on-campus jobs are based on eligibility for financial aid.
M State allows admitted students to change their expected start date without penalty. You will need to fill out the "Change of Major/Semester/Campus" form located at minnesota.edu/forms. Please note that if you have been accepted to a selective admission or waiting list program, you may forfeit your place by deferring your enrollment.
A student can be dropped for non-payment of tuition. To find the payment deadlines, please visit our academic calendar at minnesota.edu/news/events.
eCampus students are not required to submit their immunization records unless they attend a course on an M State campus.
Students must complete the online orientation prior to registering for classes. Information regarding the online orientation will be sent with your M State acceptance letter.
Students who are attending M State through the PSEO program must fill out the Department of Education form every semester in order to register for classes.
Due to federal guidelines, M State requires students to submit a copy of their high school transcripts or GED for admission to the college.
eCampus students are welcome to use the tutoring centers on any of our campuses. eCampus students also have access to the Smarthinking online tutoring service. Smarthinking login information is sent to eCampus student email accounts.
Yes, M State accepts all eligible students who have previous college credits.
The M State Spartans compete in football, men's and women's golf, volleyball, men's and women's basketball, baseball and softball. The home campus for the Spartans is Fergus Falls, but all M State students are eligible to compete.
Each M State campus has dining options available to students and guests.