Minnesota State University Moorhead is an affordable, mid-sized, four-year public university with a private college appeal.
77 majors, 84 emphases and optionsOff-site programs, metro/Twin Cities outreach at Twin Cities area community and technical colleges17:1 student-to-faculty ratio23 average class size
Elementary Inclusive Education, Business Administration, Biology, Social Work, Nursing
Athletic Training, East Asian studies, Film Studies, Geosciences, International Studies, Medical Physics, Music Industry, Operations Management, Paralegal, Project Management, Speech/Language/Hearing Science, Sustainability
MSU Moorhead is located in Moorhead, Minn., just across the Red River from Fargo, N.D. The campus is 3.5 hours from:
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The MSU Moorhead School of Business has earned AACSB International Accreditation, which less than 5 percent of the world’s business schools achieve. The Nursing program is accredited at both the baccalaureate (BSN) and master’s (MS in nursing) levels by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Additional areas of accreditation include: Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences; Athletic Training; and Teacher Education.
The MSU Moorhead Dragons are a NCAA Division II school and a member of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC). MSU Moorhead has 14 varsity sports–5 men’s and 9 women’s–plus many club and intramural sports. Check out Dragon Athletics for schedules and rosters.
We’re one of the most reasonably priced four-year residential universities in Minnesota. And we’re proud of it. Our banded tuition allows you to take up to 19 credits a semester for the price of 12. Plus we provide a variety of automatic and competitive scholarships to help you pay your education.
*Tuition: $6,898Housing and Meals: $7,132Fees: $918Annual Total=$14,818*With banded tuition, students pay the same flat rate for 12-19 credits. Housing andmeal costs are based on a double room, 19 meals per week; other housing and mealoptions available. Books are an estimated to be an additional $800 per year.Personal and travel expenses are approximately $2,200 per year. Actual cost may vary.