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Five for Your Future

Students who enroll at Minnesota State Community and Technical College find 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 Campus

The Detroit Lakes campus has more than 400 lakes right in its back yard! Actually, the Detroit Lakes area offers you 412 lakes within a 25-mile radius and is home to a fantastic mile-long beach. Filled with forests and refuges, the area offers plenty of outdoor activities, including fishing, golfing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, hunting, and more.

To learn more about our Detroit Lakes campus please click here.

 

Fergus Falls Campus

The Fergus Falls campus is part of a vibrant community of about 14,000 people. As a regional shopping hub, Fergus Falls is also known for its charm with historic homes and tree-lined streets. At DeLagoon Park in Fergus Falls, the Central Lakes Recreation Trail begins its 55-mile paved route southward through Central Minnesota. You will also find an active arts community and plenty of recreation activities.

The campus is best known for its liberal arts focus, with about 75 percent of its students transferring to four year colleges and universities after they attend M State.

To learn more about our Fergus Falls Campus please click here.

 

Moorhead Campus

The Moorhead campus is at home in a community of about 34,000. Together with Fargo, North Dakota, the two communities combine into a large metropolitan area in the heart of the Red River Valley. The area has all the cultural, recreational, and shopping opportunities you would expect in a metro area, with the advantages and feel of a smaller community.

To learn more about our Moorhead campus please click here.

 

Wadena Campus

The Wadena campus is located at the gateway to the northern Minnesota lakes area. The community gets its name from the Ojibwe word meaning small, round hill. With numerous lakes and rivers surrounding the community, and with 300 acres of attractive public parks, recreational activities abound. Wadena, with a population of 4,300, serves as a regional trade center for 20 communities.

To learn more about our Wadena campus please click here.

 

eCampus

M State has more than 2,200 students enrolled in at least one online course. We have 25 programs and majors which can be completed from the comfort of your own home or any location with reliable daily Internet access. Click here to get ahead with M State's eCampus.

Last modified: May 9th, 2012 at 11:24am