Our instructors make your success their top priority; their powerful combination of industry knowledge, academic expertise and first-hand experience provides you with the education you need to achieve your goals.
Quite simply, there is no one more important than YOU. We are here to help you become successful in your academics, career and your life.
You’ll find much more here than classes – you’ll find a wide variety of resources to help you achieve success in your education and career. Be sure to take advantage of all the student services we have to offer.
With more than a dozen student clubs and associations offered through Student Life, finding your place here couldn’t be easier. Joining gives you the opportunity to develop leadership skills, network in your career area, be active in the community, make friends and have fun!
We offer personal enrichment courses, professional development, and career and technical training so you can become a better employee or life long learner.
We take pride in preparing students for high-demand careers and outstanding four-year degree programs. With more than 500 industry partners and community organizations, we provide invaluable opportunities for learning in the classroom and countless real-world settings.
apply for benefits through the VA, which is responsible for determining eligibility.
Students may be certified once they have registered for the upcoming term and have provided all required documentation to the School Certifying Official (SCO).
The VA will pay for prerequisite and required coursework for a student’s declared program major. The VA will NOT pay for:
Yes. VA education benefits are paid based on the number of approved enrolled credits and may not be sufficient to cover all educational expenses. For more information about applying for financial aid at the College,
please view Financial Aid.
Monthly benefits are paid based on training type, length of service, benefit chapter, eligibility for kickers, and enrollment status. Enrollment status is classified as full-time, 3/4 time, 1/2 time or less than 1/2 time.
In order to be eligible for work study students must:
Inquiries regarding VA work study positions should be directed to the Veterans Administration at Fort Snelling.
Students may request military transcripts via the
Joint Services Transcript (JST) website.
Students may request a replacement Certificate of Eligibility (COE) through the
Ask a Question tab of the VA website.
MyMilitaryEducation.org website gives individuals a streamlined way to obtain information about higher education and to determine what military benefits might be available.
The Higher Education Veterans Program initiative was created by the Minnesota Legislature and the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs in 2006 to serve the unique higher education needs of Veterans, military members and their families.