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Minnesota State University, Mankato provides housing in 11 residence halls on campus and wide variety of living and learning options aimed at student success. Most first-year students coming to Minnesota State Mankato out of high school choose to live on campus because of the academic advising, social networking, and convenience of being close to classes and having meals provided.
Housing around Mankato is not affiliated with campus, but our Student Activities Office maintains a list of some of the local off-campus housing options to help you make the best decision. This website is for students who live off-campus and for those who are considering it, and can help you find answers to some common questions about living on your own.
Whether you are entering your first year of college or transferring from another institution, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will guide you through the process. Find all of the information you need to start pursuing your undergraduate bachelor's degree here.
Whether you're transferring from a community college, technical school or another university, attending Minnesota State Mankato is the right move toward expanding your world and your place in it.
Minnesota State University, Mankato proudly hosts more than 900 international students from more than 90 nations. This diverse and multi-cultural atmosphere fosters the global ideas and real-world solutions that make Minnesota State Mankato such an extraordinary place to study, learn and live.
Minnesota State Mankato is one of the largest providers of graduate education in the state. Our reasonable tuition, outstanding faculty, and nationally recognized academic programs make Minnesota State Mankato one of the best educational values in the country.