How does the University of Minnesota, Morris measure up?
To get an unbiased opinion and see how Morris compares to other colleges and universities, take a look at some of our recent national rankings:
- A “Top 10 Public Liberal Arts College”
- Also listed as an “A-Plus School for B Students,” recognizing and valuing “spirit and hard work” as well as “a broad, engaged student body”
- One of 14 “Standout Best Bang for the Buck” schools
- Ranked 27th of the 349 schools included
- Most highly ranked of the 14 Minnesota schools listed
- A Top 200 Colleges for American Indians
- 28% of American Indian students attending Minnesota Four-Year Colleges Full-Time attend Morris.
- 15% of Morris students are American Indian; the national average is 1%.
- A Top 40 “Cool School” for Sustainability Initiatives
- Ranked 38th in the nation—the highest ranking in the state
- One of “America’s Top Colleges”
- Ranked eighth-lowest in cost nationally and fourth-lowest in the Midwest
- Least expensive of the 17 Minnesota colleges on the list
- The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges
- Charter signatory of the ACUPCC and STARS Charter Participant program
- One of the first public colleges to generate on-site renewable power from local resources
- One of “100 Best Values in Public Colleges”
- The low average student debt, financial aid availability, and overall value of Morris distinguished it for inclusion on this year’s Best Values list.