Admissions Process at Minnesota School of Business
The admissions process is six simple steps, and your admissions representative will be there to help for every one of them:
| ||Schedule a visit with an admissions representative and get a tour of a campus near you |
| ||Complete our online application form |
| ||Choose a program |
| ||Take the Accuplacer assessment* (you may be eligible to skip this step—ask your representative for more information) |
| ||Meet with a financial aid representative to identify loan, grant and scholarship opportunities for which you qualify and get help with FAFSA paperwork |
| ||Register for classes and attend orientation on campus or online |
College admission requirements
Some documentation will be necessary to complete the admissions process; your admissions representative will provide details:
- A high school diploma or GED certificate (for some academic programs, additional requirements may apply)
- Transcripts from secondary and post-secondary schools
- In Minnesota or South Dakota, proof of immunization
You don’t have to take the ACT or SAT exam to enroll. As part of your admissions process, you will take the Accuplacer, an assessment that lets you know where to start your college work. If you need a review or preparatory class, we will help you enroll in the right one.
The admissions process at Minnesota School of Business is streamlined, and we provide accommodations for the needs of the following groups of students:
Take the first step in the college admissions process—call 1-877-655-7676 or contact our admissions office.