Is Crookston the M for You?

Big enough to grow. Small enough to care. With the best of both worlds: Earn a University of Minnesota degree in a close-knit community -both on campus and online.  

A place to call home. You're more than a number here --we're family. Find your niche on-campus or online. 117 years of Maroon and Gold tradition. 1400 students. 75+ majors, minors, and certificates. A proven leader in online delivery for more than 25 years. Golden Eagle Proud, supportive and close-knit community. Laptop for on-campus students. Diverse student body from 20 countries and 40 states. Oh, and did we mention the world-class University of Minnesota degree? Yep, in a nutshell, we're awesome. See for yourself.

University of Minnesota Crookston campus is located in the northwest corner of Minnesota

Student Stories

    Student Spotlight: Erin Turman

    Erin Turman, a  fifth-year senior at the University of Minnesota Crookston, recently applied to several vet schools and one day hopes to become a veterinarian. She is a biology major with a chemistry minor and an animal science minor.

    Lindsey Strendin

    Online Student Feature: Lindsey Strendin

    How an online student is making connections on campus.

    Michelle Beeghly

    Golden Eagle Alumni Feature: Michelle Beeghly 2003

    University of Minnesota Crookston Administrative Professional, PSEO Coordinator and 2003 alumni, Michelle Beeghly, was recently given the opportunity to complete the Women's Leadership Academy, which is sponsored by the Community Foundation’s Women's Fund.

    What's Going On?

    At U of M Crookston, we celebrate success - from the everyday to the extraordinary. Here, you'll discover your people, begin new adventures, explore fascinating ideas, and find your inspiration. Follow us on social media to see what it means to be #UMNproud.

    News

    U of M Crookston announces new Director of Admissions

    Melvin began her role on campus February 26, 2024.

    Exercise Science and Wellness students participate in special populations experiential learning project

    Student’s written reflections about the project included lessons learned and why it mattered to them.

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