Minot State offers an Automatic 4-year Award program based on GPA and ACT/SAT scores for incoming domestic and Canadian students.
Minot State is home to approximately 3000 students with over 100 areas of study, and our Canadian students make up six percent of our Minot State's population. Our top majors are nursing, elementary education, management, biology and communication sciences and disorders. Ninety percent of Minot State graduates are employed or continue their education. To find out more about other students’ success, check out Student Spotlight videos where students share their experience attending Minot State and how they enjoy working in their program with their classmates and faculty members.
There are always events happening throughout the school year like bingo, Pinterest night, comedy acts, and Beaver Athletics. It's hard not to be involved on campus because of all the activities Minot State has for their students. One of my favorite events is the welcome back to school bonfire. New and current students can join others to roast marshmallows around the bonfire, eat snacks, play life-size connect four, cornhole, and socialize. Minot State welcomes students to Be Seen. Be Heard. Be You.
Greeting from Minot State University! My name is Sydney Clark and I’m one of the Canadian Admissions Counselors at Minot State University. I have been in my current role for over a year. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with minors in Art and Deaf and Hard of Hearing from Minot State in 2019. I'm currently pursuing a Master's in Higher Education. I have a passion for reading books, going to the lake in the summertime, traveling abroad and enjoying the fall weather while it last in North Dakota.
It is my mission to make Minot State Canadian students and International students to feel welcome to campus and helping them with their transition to Minot State University. I enjoy seeing Canadian students on campus for campus visits, our events, New Student Orientation and Welcome Weekend. Throughout the year, I will be working with Canadian families to complete the admissions checklist, and after students are accepted, help them find a New Student Orientation to attend and a Welcome Weekend group to join as Canadian students learn more about their new home away from home.