Students from many countries attend the University of Minnesota Crookston, a system campus of the University of Minnesota. Each student contributes a unique world view and participates in all aspects of campus life.  We pride ourselves on being a small, safe and transfer-friendly campus which seeks to meet the individual needs of all students through technology, personal attention, and dedicated career planning.

You are considered an international student if you are not a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or refugee, and you are on a temporary visa; or if you will require any type of visa to study in the United States.

  • International Students

    • June 1, 2024 - Fall 2024 Deadline
    • November 1, 2024 - Spring 2025 Deadline
Academic Admission - Step 1: Apply
Academic Admission - Step 2: Submit Materials

Submit your English proficiency (if applicable) and High school transcript courses and grades. If you complete secondary school in a country where a secondary leaving examination is required for university entry, you must also provide results of this examination.

Official Admission - Step 3: Submit 1-20 Documents

After being academically admitted you will want to become officially admitted. To become officially admitted students must submit the required documents to receive an I-20. See I-20 documents in International Admission FAQ.

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There are several residential hall options on campus. There are also off-campus apartments and homes in and around Crookston.

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There is a city bus service available for our students to use. You will need to have your U card to use the bus. See more options at Transportation and Lodging.

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International students studying at Crookston are eligible for institutional student employment jobs. Seek employment at our Bookstore, Dining Services, Computer Help Desk and more!

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(218) 281-8569

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