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Colleges and Minnesota

If you live in Minnesota, you should check out some of the best and most affordable colleges and schools in Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

Old university campus buildingIt's hard to choose which school to attend, but you can benefit from the reviews and comments of previous students to help you find just the right school for your situation.

The right college will offer the classes you're for, plus it should offer certain benefits that could include favorable class schedules, a really handy location or affordable internet class opportunities.

There are some expensive universities in the Twin Cities (Hamline and University of St. Thomas), but you don't have to spend a small fortune to learn what you need to learn in order to get a great career started. There are low-priced state community colleges, technical institutes, online courses and four-year state colleges that are all pretty affordable.

All over the Twin Cities, from Stillwater to Plymouth and from Maple Grove to Burnsville, students are signing up for classes in diverse fields like Biology, Digital Arts, Accounting, Massage and Physical Therapy, Natural Sciences, Culinary Career Training, Information Technology, Photo Journalism, Chemical Engineering, History, Nursing, Political Science and many others.

A lot of these students are opting for an undergraduate diploma at a four-year university, but plenty of students are deciding to enroll for shorter, more topic-intensive programs at a community college, technical institute or private training school.

You can find out what education options are available in the Minneapolis and St Paul area right now. Every journey starts with a single step.