About Campus Life
Life outside your classroom at Anoka-Ramsey is full of vitality! Students are invited to participate in a variety of social, educational, recreational and cultural clubs and activities.
We also welcome the community at large to our campuses for various theatre, music, art, creative writing, multicultural and fundraising events.
Sharing Circle on Culture - Coon Rapids Campus
Everyone is an expert about their own cultural experiences. Since each culture is diverse within itself, sharing our own experiences can be a fun way to learn. In these monthly conversations, participants are invited to just show up - sharing whatever insights/experiences they like for that month. See themes below. Learn from one another in this informal way and connect with new friends. This group is open to students, faculty and staff. All are welcome! This meeting: "Social Norms & Communication" If I am an "outsider" visiting your culture, what are some important social norms to follow - so that I'm received well? (What is polite? What is impolite?) Sometimes this is behavior and sometimes it has to do with ways of communicating. What advice would you give to a visitor?
Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Coon Rapids Campus, Mississippi Boulevard, Coon Rapids, C256
Cambridge Campus Blood Drive
The 30th Annual Minnesota Writers Series Presents:— Anoka-Ramsey College (@AnokaRamseyCC) March 14, 2018
Kelly Barnhill, The Girl Who Drank the Moon. Saturday, March 24th, 7 pm in Cambridge Campus Rm. G202. #1 New York Times Bestseller and the 2017 recipient of the Newbery Award. #AnokaRamsey #DareToDiscover pic.twitter.com/5fbq9HczNf
Meet Our Students and Alumni
Meet Jared WalnJared WalnArts & CommunicationMusic
"The whole music department at Anoka Ramsey is amazing! All the instructors are very helpful. Not only are they wonderful educators, but they have also been great mentors for me. They have pushed me, and helped me reach my potential further than I’ve expected."
Meet Anna PescolaAnna PescolaNatural SciencesEnvironmental Science
"The approachable faculty is the main contributor to my success as a student. I took mostly STEM core classes where the classes were small, but the content could get pretty heavy. Every professor I had made me feel comfortable visiting their office to get help."
Meet Elijah MuhammadElijah MuhammadHuman ServicesAS Community Health
“There is no ivory tower perspective here. Anoka-Ramsey is inclusive, and education is the priority. From the first day and every day since then, I can ask for support when I need it. ”