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Campus tours: 

M State students tell us that a campus visit is a great way to learn more about our campuses in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead and Wadena! We know you’ll be amazed by our offerings, and our tuition is the lowest in the state. During uncertain times like these, why not choose a college that is virtually right next door and ready to meet your needs?

We are currently offering both in-person campus tours and Zoom virtual campus visits. During both on-campus and virtual visits, you'll get a campus tour and learn about the many opportunities at M State. There'll be time for questions about financial aid, programs and majors, scholarships, student life and more.



Live chat (Zoom Room) with an Admissions Enrollment Manager
Monday - Friday from 10 am-2 pm CST. 

Click here ---> Zoom

Or choose a self-guided virtual campus tour:

Detroit Lakes - Fergus Falls - Moorhead - Wadena

Admissions, recruitment and enrollment team
Class schedules

Academics and a whole lot more

Whether you want to get involved in college or need a little extra help, M State has you covered.

Fergus Falls Athletics
Fine Arts
M State Life
Spartan Centers
Student Organizations
University Centers

See what our students have to say

Read our students’ stories to see why they recommend M State. 

Tanya Weets
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Tanya Weets

I chose M State based on the ease of online learning, as well as the specific courses in the Web Design program. M State’s instructors and staff are incredibly helpful and responsive.

Tristan Trosvig
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Tristan Trosvig

Associate of Arts - Liberal Arts and Sciences

After taking PSEO classes during high school, I started my sophomore year at M State in Fergus Falls with all but 22 credits completed. Like most AA students, I dabbled in a bit of everything in terms of subject matter.

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