Minnesota State University - Mankato
Minnesota State University Mankato was founded in 1868 as Mankato Normal School. It has been an institution where big ideas meet real world thinking. The school became University in 1975. It promotes the learning through effective undergraduate and graduate teaching, scholarship, and research in service to the state, the region and the global community. The University remains committed to tackling the challenges facing the world and developing solutions that can make a real difference in the lives of real people.
Minnesota State offers more than 130 undergraduate programs of study, including 13 pre-professional programs, and more than 85 graduate programs, including masters, specialist and doctoral programs. These programs are offered through six academic colleges. At the university, the faculty and students thrive in a community of scholars where knowledge is combined with the passion to achieve great things. It’s faculty members are scholars on the leading edge of knowledge in their fields.
Minnesota State Mankato sits atop 303 acres overlooking the Minnesota River Valley, approximately 85 miles southwest of the Twins Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
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