In response to COVID-19
We have adjusted our services to remote/alternative formats and remain committed to providing the information you need to complete your academic objectives. Find additional information on webpages for each of our service areas. For general information, please call 763-433-1100.
Academic Advising & Planning
Plan your college pathway. Advisors will help you understand your degree requirements, develop an academic plan to stay focused on meeting your educational goals.
Work with a college counselor to discover what careers you may be well suited for based on self assessment, career exploration, career matches and finally develop a career plan.
Post-Traditional Student Services
The Post-Traditional Advising Office serves adult learners who may be returning or new to college. Assistance is provided in planning your academic schedule, connecting you to resources and answering questions such as how to navigate the academic system and how to apply past work experiences, skills and competencies to Credit for Prior Learning (CPL).
Personal Counseling & Resources
Whether you're experiencing a personal issue that makes concentrating on coursework difficult, feel you lack confidence in your ability to be successful, or suffer from symptoms of stress, depression or anxiety, our professionally-trained counselors are here to help you. A list of community resources also available.