University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (54)
I really enjoyed my undergraduate courses at the University of Minnesota. The program not only asks you to learn the material, but also apply it. This makes challenging, yet also rewarding. The program is very research/health careers focused, which can cause both positive and negative attitudes while in the program. The faculty and career advisers are incredibly helpful and friendly. They go above and beyond to meet with you and to provide you with help, assistance, or advice. Overall, I have only great things to say about the Biology program at the University of Minnesota.
I loved going to the University of Minnesota. I felt like I got a great education at a fairly affordable price. They have a great class selection and offer lots of extracurricular activities. The campus is huge and I loved being in a big city.
The University of Minnesota is an elite school that cares about it's students. The mathematics department specifically provides various opportunities for students to get engaged within the department as well as on campus. The rigorous courses help foster academic growth throughout all four years and the support given by department staff, professors, graduate students, and your peers will help make your time studying math enjoyable and worthwhile.
I love the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities). The professors are wonderful, the campus is beautiful, and the class choice is vast.
Loved the college-classes and atmosphere. Wish I could have spent longer there.
I love the opportunity to earn dual licenses and get better job offers.
Very knowledgeable staff and fun environment for independent learners. Since there is such a large student population, there are not many opportunities for small group interactions or interactions one on one with a professor .
Great school in terms of opportunities and level of education. Often quite proactive in student engagement, both good and bad.
Sport management was a smaller program and I really liked it. The teachers were very available but at the same time because it is such a large university I was able to do my own thing and not feel like I had to have a certain kind of college experience.
An inspiring school to learn practical skills and critical thinking. Tons of opportunities to get involved in the community and work on policy issues first hand. A roster of exceptional teachers who are active in their field. Powerful alumni connections.