Universtiy of Minnesota
well, well, well maybe i am a bit biased but i think that the U of M is one of the greatest schools around. it has four different campuses all around Minnesota including the twin cites campus, the duluth campus, crookston campus and the morris campus.
twin cities campus
the school was founded in 1851 as a prepatory school (and for all you history buffs, you may know that this was seven years before minnesota became a state.) it became a institution for higher education in 1869 and had a whole 18 students that year. it has the 17th largest library system in north america and is the home of the golden gophers who compete in the Big Ten Conference.
address of the twin cities U of M page can be found here
and a here is the page for those who are looking to apply or transfer to the U prospective students.
the duluth campus joined the U of M system in 1947 and it ranks among the top three midwestern universities according to US News & World Report
adress to the duluth campus page can be found here
morris is one of the seven public schools to be ranked by the Carnegie Foundatioin as a national liberal arts college. it s joined the university school system here in minnesota in 1960.
click here to go to the morris campus homepage
and last but not least is the crookston campus which joined the U of M in 1966. Crookston campus is minnesota's only polytechnic college and the nation's first college to provide all students and faculty with notebook computers.
Crookston's homepage can be found here
for any other information you can catch a quick ride to the main University of Minnesota homepage here
ok ok go golden gophers...but i wanna go home