Which Campus is Right for Me?

Students who enroll at Minnesota State Community and Technical College get all the advantages of a much larger college on four campuses that offer a more comfortable, manageable fit. You will find smaller class sizes, more supportive instructors and more convenient access to services at M State.

Each campus offers its own personality, proud history and mix of program offerings and opportunities for campus involvement.


Detroit Lakes

Located in the heart of lakes country, the Detroit Lakes campus of M State has 412 lakes within 25 miles and offers some of Minnesota's premiere outdoor recreation opportunities nearby with fishing, boating, water sports, golfing, skiing, snowmobiling and hunting. Each August, the WE Fest country music festival draws hundreds of thousands of visitors to the area. The community, population 8,600, has a vibrant downtown district and is less than an hour from the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area.


Fergus Falls

The Fergus Falls campus is located in a community of 14,000 in west central Minnesota, less than three hours from the Twin Cities and an hour from the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area. The city is home to an active arts community, with venues for theater, concerts, independent films and rotating art exhibits. With the 55-mile Central Lakes Trail and more than 1,000 lakes nearby, there is no shortage of year-round recreation opportunities.



Fargo-Moorhead, with a population of nearly 200,000, is a vibrant college community. Moorhead is small enough to feel comfortable, yet it offers the benefits of a larger metropolitan area with its cultural, recreational and commercial diversity. Arts and culture flourish here, and there are numerous outdoor recreation opportunities. The thriving business community is a center for agri-business, marketing, technology and research.



The welcoming community of Wadena, population 4,500, has a small-town atmosphere with the attractions of a larger community. Located at the gateway to Minnesota lakes country, it has many options for outdoor recreation. There are 1,000 lakes within 50 miles and more than 300 acres of parks nearby, with opportunities for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, canoeing, biking, hunting, golfing, in-line skating, horseback riding and fishing.



M State's online options provide you with an affordable and flexible way to advance your education. Whether you are taking classes or earning your degree, Online lets you choose from more than 300 courses and 25 online majors and programs so you can discover your future without ever traveling to a campus. Classes are taught by M State faculty members. There is online access to your instructors, advisors and student services staff, plus resources such as an electronic library and tutoring that will help you along the way. Expect the same content, assignments, credit and interaction with instructors as on-campus students. M State is fully accredited, courses are highly transferable and there is no requirement for continuous enrollment. Start here, go anywhere. Click here for your Online options at M State!

Last modified: August 30th, 2016 at 11:42am