University educators from Canada are bringing attention to a little-known program that lets students from Minnesota attend universities in Manitoba with the promise of inexpensive tuition and an international experience.
Changing how it partners with business and industry, the University of Minnesota plans to forgo its intellectual property rights on some research.
Fifty-four percent of students at the University of Minnesota are graduating in four years.
The University of Minnesota's board of regents will consider a plan Thursday to raise tuition on business majors higher than other university students.
Lawmakers aren't likely to take up the issue in the next session, but that could change if the state's lawsuit against a for-profit college is successful.
A new online calculator is meant to help prospective college students estimate the cost of college, but the tool is getting mixed reviews.
Two groups representing Minnesota college students have collected 4,000 signatures on a petition opposing cuts to federal financial aid for needy college students.
If you're a college student thinking about transferring to the University of Minnesota, pay attention: it's about to get tougher to make the cut.
For the first time in two years, the state expects to have enough money to cover its portion of aid for needy college students.
The Minneapolis DFLer spent three decades in the Legislature, serving in several leadership positions including majority leader, and chairman of committees on education and taxes.
The new leader of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system faces a heavy workload and some challenging times ahead. Steven Rosenstone was officially installed as chancellor of the 31 college MnSCU system during a ceremony Wednesday at the state Capitol.
A proposal suggests adding 1,000 students to science and technology programs, increasing undergrads on campus to about 33,000.
The regents of the University of Minnesota are scheduled to approve a formal request to the Legislature for $170 million for building and renovation projects during their regular meeting Friday.
After years of growth, enrollment dipped this fall in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, compared to last year.
The University of Minnesota has announced that Karen Hanson will be the school's next provost and senior vice president of academic affairs.