Study away—but not too far away
This spring, discover the strengths of our state—all without leaving the University of Minnesota.
U of M students have the opportunity to enroll in a unique, semester-long program at any U of M campus. Study Away packages courses in a particular program area for students interested in expanding their education and experiencing Minnesota. As part of the course of study, students may be able to finish the majority of credits for a minor.
Set within the beauty of the Red River Valley region, the Crookston campus (UMC) is a learning community that thrives on student engagement and success, with personal attention from faculty and staff.
The Duluth campus (UMD) is a research university with a strong and deep undergraduate focus. Students connect to the environment in the classroom as well as on hiking trails or the shores of Lake Superior. Duluth's scenic beauty is the backdrop for UMD's academic excellence, vast student organization offerings, respect for diversity, and living-learning experiences.
The Morris campus (UMM) offers a nationally renowned liberal arts experience. Here, high-caliber faculty prepare students to be global citizens who value and pursue intellectual growth, civic engagement, intercultural competence, and environmental stewardship.
The Rochester campus (UMR) offers an unparalleled health sciences education, including an integrated, hands-on curriculum, personalized attention, and a learning experience that is truly one-of-a-kind. Students will engage with medical professionals on a daily basis, and prepare to transform knowledge into discovery in the ever-changing world of health care.
The Twin Cities campus (UMTC) is a diverse and inclusive environment, with students from all 50 states and 142 countries. Here you'll encounter people and ideas from around the world that will challenge your thinking and take you down unexpected paths.
The Twin Cities campus offers two Study Away programs: one in Social Justice and another in Food Science and Systems.