The University of Minnesota Duluth is a regional branch of the University of Minnesota system located in Duluth, Minnesota, United States.
At UMD a strong liberal arts foundation anchors a variety of traditional degree programs. Our liberal education program is designed to:
develop the art of critical thinking.
examine basic values in light of the thought and experience of humankind.
prepare students for lives of leadership and social responsibility, including tolerance of the ideas of others.
encourage broad cultural and intellectual interests.
develop effective communication abilities.
With 86 majors and 6 pre-professional programs, UMD offers you an expansive array of academic choices.
Active learning through internships, honors programs, research, and community service promotes the development of skills, critical thinking, and maturity sought by employers, graduate and professional schools, and society as a whole.
UMD’s campus consists of more than 50 buildings on 244 acres overlooking Lake Superior, all built since 1948. Most UMD buildings are connected by concourses or hallways, providing easy access for students with disabilities and convenience for all students year round.
UMD is also home for the Tweed Museum of Art, the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium, Weber Music Hall, and the Marshall Performing Arts Center.
Other facilities include the Research and Field Studies Center, Glensheen Historic Estate, the Lower Campus, the Large Lakes Observatory, the Natural Resources Research Institute, and the new Bagley Classroom.
UMD has 11,729 students, with approximately 304 international students from 41 countries.
In class, you'll be guided by excellent professors, leaders in their field who care passionately about teaching. 75 percent of UMD's faculty hold the highest degree in their field. In large lectures and small seminars alike, you'll find them available, concerned, and eager to help you succeed. UMD's student/faculty ratio is 21:1.
Best Colleges 2016: Tier 1, 36 in Midwest region, 7th overall among public universities in the Midwest
US News & World Report
POINTS OF PRIDE
UMD Alumnus 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
DreamPlanGo America's 10 Most Scenic College Towns
Travel & Leisure 5th Best College Town
NUMBER OF STUDENTS
Higher Learning Commission (HLC) AACSB ABET ACS
Costs & Scholarships
ESTIMATED COST PER SEMESTER
$7,547 with scholarsip
*Tuition includes estimate of university tuition, books and health insurance. Tuitions vary depending on graduate program.
**Housing includes estimate of on-campus housing and full meal plan.
Tuition amount based on 15 credits hours (undergrad) and 9 hours (graduate).
SCHOLARSHIPS & GPA REQUIRED
$2,173 per semester
3.0 on a 4.0 scale
All scholarships are subject to eligibility and availability and are subject to change without notice.