New entering students enrolled in more than 40 M State programs are eligible to receive Workforce Development Scholarships for the academic year 2020-21. The scholarships, funded by the Minnesota Legislature, provide free aid of $2,500 per academic year ($1,250 per semester) up to a maximum of $5,000 over four semesters for students enrolled in programs in these areas: Advanced Manufacturing Agriculture Early Childhood Education Healthcare Information Technology Transportation Scholarships totaling $265,000 will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to M State students, so apply early
A total of 28 $2,500 Workforce Development Scholarships has been awarded to M State students enrolled this fall in high-demand programs on...
More than 100 students who enroll in 40 high-demand programs at Minnesota State Community and Technical College will be receiving $2,500...
Learn the skills to begin your career as an early childhood professional in M State's Early Childhood programs.
Transfer Pathways are designed so students can complete a specific associate degree at a Minnesota State college and transfer with junior-year status to a Minnesota State university to earn a bachelor's degree without losing credits or taking extra courses.
Evidence Library A Comprehensive Quality Review (CQR) will be conducted April 23-25, 2018, as part of the AQIP Pathway. Higher Learning Commission peer reviewers will visit M State and review M State's 2017 System's Portfolio, Quality Highlights Report, Federal Compliance Packet and additional documents to ensure HLC Criteria for Accreditation are being met. The Evidence Library is a repository of additional evidence to further illustrate how the College meets HLC Criteria for Accreditation. The relevance of these supporting documents is further explained in the Quality Highlights Report
Program Purpose and Goals M State's High School Partners Program is a collaboration between the college and select Minnesota high schools to increase the academic preparedness and college readiness of regional students. The program is unique in that cohort data is shared annually with the high schools on which pathways their graduates have chosen, as well as how their graduates perform academically at M State. The program strives to have each high school's needs drive the nature of the partnership, placing the college's personnel, services and other resources for the high school's use whenever