20 Best Mfa Programs In Minneapolis, MN

1. Macalester College

Macalester College is a private liberal arts college in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Founded in 1874, Macalester is exclusively an undergraduate four-year institution and enrolled 2,174 students in the fall of 2018 from 50 U.S. states, four U.S territories, the District of Columbia and 97 countries.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.6 )
  • Address:  1600 Grand Ave, St Paul, MN 55105
  • Phone:  (651) 696-6000
  • Total enrollment:  2,146 (2016)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  60,518 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • Mascot:  The Scots
  • Acceptance rate:  38.7% (2020) IPEDS
  • Areas served:  Ramsey County
  • Profiles:  LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube
  • Hours: 
    Thursday 8AM–4PM
    Friday (Veterans Day) 8AM–4PM Hours might differ
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
    Monday 8AM–4PM
    Tuesday 8AM–4PM
    Wednesday 8AM–4PM

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2. St. Catherine University

St. Catherine University is a private Catholic university in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It was established as one of the first institutions of higher learning specifically for women in the Midwest and was known as the College of St. Catherine until 2009.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.1 )
  • Address:  2004 Randolph Ave, St Paul, MN 55105
  • Phone:  (651) 690-6000
  • Graduation rate:  64.6% (For non-first-time, part-time in 2020–21)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  46,494 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • Mascot:  Wildcat
  • President:  Andrea J. Lee
  • Colors:  Purple, Gold
  • Acceptance rate:  76.1% (2020) IPEDS
  • Profiles:  Facebook | LinkedIn
  • Hours: 
    Monday 8AM–4:30PM
    Tuesday 8AM–4:30PM
    Wednesday 8AM–4:30PM
    Thursday 8AM–4:30PM
    Friday 8AM–4:30PM
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed

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3. Saint Paul College

Saint Paul College is a public community college in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. The college enrolls nearly 15,000 students in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area; the average student age is 26..Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (3.9 )
  • Address:  235 Marshall Ave, St Paul, MN 55102
  • Phone:  (651) 846-1600
  • Graduation rate:  15.9% (For first-time, part-time in 2020–21)
  • Founded:  1910
  • Total enrollment:  11,271 (2011)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  6,041 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • President:  Rassoul Dastmozd
  • Color:  Blue
  • Profiles:  LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
  • Hours: 
    Monday 6:30AM–8PM
    Tuesday 6:30AM–8PM
    Wednesday 6:30AM–8PM
    Thursday 6:30AM–8PM
    Friday 6:30AM–6PM
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed

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4. Minneapolis College Of Art And Design

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design is a private college specializing in the visual arts and located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. MCAD currently enrolls approximately 800 students. MCAD is one of just a few major art schools to offer a major in comic art.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.5 )
  • Address:  2501 Stevens Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404
  • Phone:  (612) 874-3700
  • Graduation rate:  63.5% (For first-time, full-time in 2020–21)
  • Founded:  1886
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  41,794 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • Acceptance rate:  54.7% (2020) IPEDS
  • Profiles:  YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
  • Hours: 
    Thursday 8AM–8PM
    Friday (Veterans Day) 8AM–8PM Hours might differ
    Saturday 8AM–8PM
    Sunday 12–5PM
    Monday 8AM–8PM
    Tuesday 8AM–8PM
    Wednesday 8AM–8PM

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5. Augsburg University

Augsburg University is a private university in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It was founded in 1869 as a Norwegian-American Lutheran seminary known as Augsburg Seminarium.Wikipedia

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6. Capella University

Capella University is a private for-profit, online university headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The school is owned by the publicly traded Strategic Education, Inc. and delivers most of its education online.
Capella has 52 degree programs with over 1900 online courses.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (3.6 )
  • Located in:  Capella Tower
  • Address:  225 South 6th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402
  • Phone:  (888) 227-3552
  • Graduation rate:  18.8% (For non-first-time, part-time in 2020–21)
  • Founded:  1993
  • Total enrollment:  37,708 (2016)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  14,148 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • President:  Scott L. Kinney
  • Profiles:  LinkedIn | Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Twitter
  • Parent organizations:  Strategic Education, Capella Education Company

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7. Minneapolis Institute Of Art

The Minneapolis Institute of Art is an arts museum located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Home to more than 90,000 works of art representing 5,000 years of world history, Mia is one of the largest art museums in the United States.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.8 )
  • Located in:  Minneapolis College of Art and Design
  • Address:  2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404
  • Phone:  (888) 642-2787
  • Founded:  1883
  • Profiles:  Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube
  • Hours: 
    Wednesday 10AM–5PM
    Thursday 10AM–9PM
    Friday (Veterans Day) 10AM–5PM Hours might differ
    Saturday 10AM–5PM
    Sunday 10AM–5PM
    Monday Closed
    Tuesday 10AM–5PM

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8. Foci Minnesota Center For Glass Arts

  • Rating:  (4.9 )
  • Address:  2213 Snelling Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404
  • Phone:  (612) 759-8476
  • Profiles:  Facebook | Instagram
  • Hours: 
    Wednesday 11AM–6PM
    Thursday 11AM–6PM
    Friday (Veterans Day) 11AM–6PM Hours might differ
    Saturday 11AM–6PM
    Sunday 11AM–6PM
    Monday Closed
    Tuesday 11AM–6PM

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9. Katherine E. Nash Gallery

The Katherine E. Nash Gallery is an art gallery located at the University of Minnesota Department of Art on the West Bank of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. Founded by Katherine Nash during the 1970s, the gallery occupies 4,900 square feet in the department's Regis Center for Art.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.6 )
  • Address:  405 21st Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55455
  • Phone:  (612) 624-7530
  • Areas served:  Minneapolis
  • Profiles:  Instagram
  • Hours: 
    Thursday 11AM–7PM
    Friday 11AM–5PM
    Saturday 11AM–3PM
    Sunday Closed
    Monday Closed
    Tuesday 11AM–5PM
    Wednesday 11AM–7PM

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Great modern gallery. Lots of interesting events!Duccio Mondanelli
Whenever you get a chance check it outjohn finlay, iii

10. Northern Clay Center

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11. University Of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota, formally the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, is a public land-grant research university in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.4 )
  • Address:  Minneapolis, MN 55455
  • Phone:  (612) 625-5000
  • Total enrollment:  51,147 (2014)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  In-state tuition 15,254 USD, Out-of-state tuition 33,818 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • Mascot:  Goldy Gopher
  • Acceptance rate:  69.6% (2020) IPEDS
  • Football stadium:  Huntington Bank Stadium
  • Profiles:  LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube
  • Areas served:  White Bear Lake

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12. University Of St. Thomas

The University of St. Thomas is a private, Catholic university in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Founded in 1885 as a Catholic seminary, it is named after Thomas Aquinas, the medieval Catholic theologian and philosopher who is the patron saint of students.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.3 )
  • Address:  2115 Summit Ave, St Paul, MN 55105
  • Phone:  (651) 962-5000
  • Total enrollment:  9,878 (2017)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  48,329 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • Mascot:  Tommie the Tomcat
  • President:  Dennis Dease
  • Acceptance rate:  87.4% (2020) IPEDS
  • Profiles:  LinkedIn | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
  • Hours: 
    Monday 8:20AM–4PM
    Tuesday 8:20AM–4PM
    Wednesday 8:20AM–4PM
    Thursday 8:20AM–4PM
    Friday 8:20AM–4PM
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed

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13. Hamline University

Hamline University is a private liberal arts college in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Founded in 1854, Hamline is known for its emphasis on experiential learning, service, and social justice. The university is named after Bishop Leonidas Lent Hamline of the United Methodist Church.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.3 )
  • Address:  1536 Hewitt Ave, St Paul, MN 55104
  • Phone:  (651) 523-2800
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  46,221 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • Mascot:  The Piper
  • President:  Fayneese S. Miller
  • Colors:  Grey, Burgundy
  • Acceptance rate:  68.9% (2020) IPEDS
  • Profiles:  Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube
  • Hours: 
    Monday 8AM–4PM
    Tuesday 8AM–4PM
    Wednesday 8AM–4PM
    Thursday 8AM–4PM
    Friday 8AM–4PM
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed

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14. North Hennepin Community College

North Hennepin Community College is a public community college in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. It was founded in 1966 and is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (3.7 )
  • Address:  7411 85th Ave N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
  • Phone:  (763) 488-0391
  • Graduation rate:  20.2% (For non-first-time, part-time in 2020–21)
  • Founded:  1966
  • Total enrollment:  7,505 (2010)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  4,882 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • President:  John O’Brien
  • Colors:  White, Blue
  • Profiles:  LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
  • Hours: 
    Monday 6:30AM–10PM
    Tuesday 6:30AM–10PM
    Wednesday 6:30AM–10PM
    Thursday 6:30AM–10PM
    Friday 6:30AM–10PM
    Saturday 8AM–6PM
    Sunday Closed

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15. Minneapolis College

Minneapolis Community and Technical College is a public community college in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It has one of the most diverse student populations in the state and enrolls nearly 11,100 credit students annually.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (3.7 )
  • Address:  1501 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403
  • Phone:  (612) 659-6000
  • Graduation rate:  23.6% (For non-first-time, part-time in 2020–21)
  • Founded:  1996
  • Total enrollment:  14,609 (2010)
  • Undergraduate tuition and fees:  5,906 USD (2020 – 21) IPEDS
  • President:  Sharon Pierce
  • Color:  Purple
  • Profiles:  Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
  • Hours: 
    Monday 6:30AM–10:30PM
    Tuesday 6:30AM–10:30PM
    Wednesday 6:30AM–10:30PM
    Thursday 6:30AM–10:30PM
    Friday 6:30AM–10:30PM
    Saturday 7AM–5PM
    Sunday Closed

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16. Carlson School Of Management

The Curtis L. Carlson School of Management is the business school of the University of Minnesota, a public research university in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Carlson School offers undergraduate and graduate degrees as well as an executive education program.Wikipedia

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17. Minnesota Center For Book Arts

Minnesota Center for Book Arts is the largest and most comprehensive independent nonprofit book arts center in the United States.Wikipedia

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18. College Of Liberal Arts, University Of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts is the largest college of the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities of Minnesota.Wikipedia
  • Rating:  (4.8 )
  • Located in:  University of Minnesota
  • Address:  Johnston Hall, 101 Pleasant St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
  • Phone:  (612) 625-2020
  • Founded:  1868
  • Total enrollment:  16,716 (2010)
  • Profiles:  Facebook | Twitter
  • Hours: 
    Thursday 8AM–4:30PM
    Friday 8AM–4:30PM
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
    Monday 8AM–4:30PM
    Tuesday 8AM–4:30PM
    Wednesday 8AM–4:30PM

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Very nice clean and quietjohns089 University of Minnesota
Liberal arts 🤣Satire

19. Rarig Center

The Rarig Center is a brutalist theater, television, radio, and classroom building on the University of Minnesota's campus in the West Bank neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, US.Wikipedia

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20. University Of Minnesota – College Of Science And Engineering

The College of Science and Engineering is one of the colleges of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On July 1, 2010, the college was officially renamed from the Institute of Technology.Wikipedia

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