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October is College Knowledge Month

Sponsored by a Steering Committee of K12, higher education and nonprofit partners, the goal of College Knowledge Month is to provide every graduating high school senior with the preparation, opportunity, and support needed to apply to college. This statewide effort will occur annually during the month of October.

2020-2021 Free Application Opportunities at Minnesota Colleges for October


Free Application Opportunities at Minnesota Colleges and Universities

As MN high school students think about applying to college, application fees should not be a barrier. Some Minnesota colleges do not charge application fees or they don’t charge fees at a certain time. For students from lower-income families, all colleges offer a fee waiver.

For students from low-income families:

Every day of the year, students form families with modest income scan apply at no charge using a NACAC fee waiver at the University of Minnesota, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and the nonprofit colleges that are members of the Minnesota Private College Council. High school counselors and college admission staff can help a student make these arrangements. Eligibility information and the fee waiver form is available at: http://www.nacacnet.org/studentinfo/feewaiver


With the COVID-19 virus still active, the College Representative Visits will be conducted virtually this year.

As in the past, you must sign up in the Counseling Office in advance and you will be given a code to access the virtual meeting. The following College Representatives have scheduled a virtual meeting with our school:

Hamiline University               Tues., Oct. 27th at 1:00 p.m.

Ridgewater College               Tues., Oct. 27th at 10:30 a.m

Winona State University     Wed., Oct. 28th at 10:00 a.m.   

South Dakota State Univ.     Tues. Nov. 10, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.    


The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) requires prospective college student-athletes to be academically eligible to play Division I or II athletics. The NCAA requires students to take specific high school courses and obtain a combined GPA of at least a 2.0 in those specific courses. Additionally, prospective students must attain a certain ACT/SAT score depending on the GPA. 

NCAA Website

NCAA Eligibility Center