About Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Anoka-Ramsey annually serves more than 12,500 learners of all ages as they pursue associate degrees that transfer as the first two years of a bachelor's degree, or certificate programs that lead immediately to rewarding careers.
The Cambridge Campus is 40 miles north of Minneapolis, Minnesota on the western edge of the City of Cambridge, a rural environment within Isanti County. The 128.8-acre campus is located on a bluff on the banks of the Rum River.
Coon Rapids Campus
The Coon Rapids Campus is nestled on the scenic banks of the Mississippi River on the western edge of Coon Rapids, twenty miles north of the Twin Cities, and just one mile from the City of Anoka. The 101.5 acre campus is a suburban campus and primarily serves the northern metropolitan Twin Cities area.
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200nursing RN grads in 2015
21%of students are from diverse backgrounds
Nearly 3000PSEO students enroll annually
28students in an average class
100+transfer courses & programs
67%of students are under 25 years old
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Strategic Plan Goals
- Commit to Student Success
- Promote Academic Excellence
- Foster a Vibrant, Sustainable Organization
- Establish a Strong Identity and Reputation for Excellence
- Strengthen and Extend Meaningful Partnerships
Diversity & Inclusion
Meet Our Students and Alumni
Meet Amanda MorgensenAmanda MorgensenAllied HealthNursing
"Anoka-Ramsey offers low tuition costs and a positive environment from both peers and professors. It is a great place to start courses for a career. Everywhere you look, there is someone willing to help you with your studies."
Meet Jason BrownJason BrownMnTCEngineering
“The instructors at Anoka-Ramsey for STEM classes are very knowledgeable and will go the extra distance to help you succeed. Anoka-Ramsey offers a great stepping stone to getting a degree in STEM.”
Meet Courtney VonVettCourtney VonVettArts & CommunicationAFA in Theatre
"The sense of community among the students and faculty. If one of my instructors is having a rough day or has to cancel a class due to an emergency, I know there are a number of students who will go out of their way to email that teacher and make sure things are okay. The instructors will do the exact same thing for the students."