University of Minnesota Morris
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University of Minnesota Morris
Admissions Office
180 Welcome Center
600 East 4th Street
Morris, Minnesota 56267
Best Public Liberal Arts College 14 times by U.S. News and World Report and Forbes

Morris Numbers speak Value

  • Doors opened:1960
  • Student population:approx. 1,900
  • Town population:5,000
  • Student/faculty ratio:15:1
  • Faculty with highest degree in their field:99%
  • Students who seek advanced degrees after Morris:47%
  • Average class size:16 students
  • Average ACT:25
  • In-state & out-of-state students:80% & 20%
  • Students of color:24%
  • Majors and minors:35
  • Pre-professional programs:9
  • Study abroad:50 countries on 7 continents
  • Student organizations:90+
  • Men’s intercollegiate sports:8
  • Women’s intercollegiate sports:9
  • Intramural leagues:18

Morris is one of the best educational values in the United States.

Real value.

Morris is known for providing excellent academics at an affordable price. According to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Morris students graduate with one of the lowest debt levels in the Midwest, and the college was rated highest of all public institutions in Minnesota by Forbes magazine’s, “America’s Top Colleges” list. Each year over 90% of our students receive some form of financial aid, whether based on merit, need, or both.

Enduring education.

Morris is an educational value that proves its worth on every level. The lasting skills and insights you’ll acquire from a wide-ranging Morris education will prepare you for a changing world and economy. Friendships and connections you make here will last and support you, professionally and personally.

Lowest Debt Load. On average, Morris students have the lowest debt load in the University of Minnesota system. 94 percent of recent morris graduates were either employed or pursuing a higher degree within one year of graduation.
94 percent of alumni say their Morris degree was a smart investment. One-third of Morris students are the first in their family to attend college.
Morris tuition is one-fourth the cost of the most expensive private school in the state. 93 percent of Morris students receive financial aid.

Discover what a renewable, sustainable education means to you.