Already lower than tuition at most other colleges, universities and trade schools in the region because the state of Minnesota pays a portion of the cost, tuition will remain the same at Minnesota State colleges for the third year in a row. All Minnesota State colleges and universities continue to provide you with the opportunity to earn an affordable degree while keeping college debt levels as low as possible.
Compare College Costs
The college cost comparison chart includes tuition and fees information for public and private colleges and universities throughout Minnesota.
Financial aid can help you pay for college
About half of our Minnesota State students receive financial aid to help pay the cost of college. Tax credits for students also can help lower your net costs.
In-state tuition for all students at most Minnesota State colleges and universities
Most Minnesota State colleges and universities offer in-state tuition rates to residents of other states. Check individual college and university websites for specific information.
Room and board
The cost for a double room and board at a state university averages $7,761 for one year. Some state colleges also have housing on campus or nearby, and many others can help you find housing in the area. The costs of these options will vary.