Most Selective Community Colleges in Minnesota

  • The average community college acceptance rate in Minnesota is approximately 83% per year.
  • The most selective college in Minnesota is currently University of Minnesota-Rochester, with an acceptance rate of 54%.

Most Selective Community Colleges in Minnesota

  • College Acceptance Rate Location
  • 1.54%
    300 University Square 111 South Broadway
    Rochester MN  55904
    (877)280-4699
  • 2.
    McNally Smith College of Music
    McNally Smith College of Music Photo - Students conversing on the campus of McNally Smih in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.
    Private, for profit
    65%
    19 Exchange Street East
    Saint Paul MN  55101
    (651)291-0177
  • 3.
    Dunwoody College of Technology
    Dunwoody College of Technology Photo - Dunwoody Architecture student showcasing work samples
    Private, non-profit
    76%
    818 Dunwoody Blvd
    Minneapolis MN  55403
    6123745800
  • 4.
    Bethany Lutheran College
    Bethany Lutheran College Photo - Bethany is part a member of the NCAA - Division III.
    Private, non-profit
    78%
    700 Luther Dr
    Mankato MN  56001
    (507)344-7000
  • 5.
    ITT Technical Institute-Eden Prairie
    Private, for profit
    91%
    7905 Golden Triangle Drive, Suite 100
    Eden Prairie MN  55344
    (952)914-5300
  • 6.-8.
    Herzing University-Minneapolis
    Private, for profit
    100%
    5700 W Broadway
    Minneapolis MN  55428
    (763)535-3000
  • 6.-8.
    Hennepin Technical College
    Public
    100%
    9000 Brooklyn Blvd
    Minneapolis MN  55445
    9529951300
  • 6.-8.100%
    235 Marshall Ave
    Saint Paul MN  55102
    (800)227-6029
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