Apply online. Before you begin the application, you will be prompted to create your Star ID and password. Minnesota North College requires a non-refundable $20 application fee. This fee can be paid online after you apply, through your eServices account, or by sending the payment directly to: Minnesota North College c/o Business Services 1515 East 25th Street Hibbing, MN 55746.

We will determine if you have placement into college level course work based on,
your academic program, current test scores, evaluated college level transcripts on file or high school GPA.

Please request an official copy of your high school transcript be sent at the time of application and an official final copy after graduation. This can be done by contacting your high school counseling office.

Transcripts can be sent to or Admissions, Minnesota North College, 1515 E. 25th St., Hibbing, MN 55746.

Applicants must supply documentation (month and year) of immunization against mumps, measles, rubella, and tetanus. This requirement is waived if you graduated from a Minnesota High School in 1997 or later. Click here for the Immunization Form.

Students that have attended college previously, are transferring into Minnesota North, or
have college credit classes while in high school need to send an official college
transcript. Contact the college that you attended or received credits from to find out their process for getting this transcript to Minnesota North from colleges outside of the Minnesota State system.

Transcripts can be sent to or Admissions, Minnesota North College, 1515 E. 25th St., Hibbing, MN 55746.

If you received a GED, please google where to request your transcript from the state of which you received your GED and follow their instructions.

Transcripts can be sent to or Admissions, Minnesota North College, 1515 E. 25th St., Hibbing, MN 55746.

Payment of tuition and housing should be made before the start of the academic
semester. To stay enrolled a student must complete one of the following by the end of
the fifth day of the term:
Pay your tuition and fees in full; or
Pay 15% of tuition and fees due for the term or make a $300 down payment towards tuition and fees, whichever is less (see below); or
Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at allowing 7 business days for Minnesota North College to receive the necessary Institutional Student Information Record (ISIR); or
Enroll in a Nelnet tuition and fee payment plan; or
Receive an approved deferral from Minnesota North College; or
Receive and approved waiver, 3rd party authorization (TAA, Veteran, DRS), or scholarship. Supporting documentation must be on file with the Minnesota North Business Office. The on-campus Veterans Certifying Official can be reached at 218.749.7762.
To help you meet your educational expenses, Minnesota North is proud to offer the Nelnet Payment Plans – a convenient, interest free, payment plan. This is NOT a loan program. You have no debt, there are no interest or finance charges and there is no credit check.
Visit the Business Office for more information about paying your bill and common FAQs.

Students can fill out and complete their financial aid application through the
online FAFSA. This can be done any time after October 1

During an Orientation and Registration session, students will be appropriately placed in
courses, get registered for classes at the campus of their choice, have an opportunity
to tour the campus, meet with faculty, and learn about Minnesota North.

While you are completing the application process, there are additional  steps that
students may choose to complete:
Apply for Financial Aid
Students can fill out and complete their financial aid application through the online FAFSA. This can be done anytime after October 1.
Apply for Scholarships
All students are encouraged to apply for scholarships from the Minnesota North Campus Foundations. Click here for Scholarship information.
Apply for Housing
Students can apply for on campus housing.
Students must complete the online housing application and pay the deposit to secure housing at their selected campus. Housing is offered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Apply for TRIO
Students are encouraged to become a member of TRIO Student Support Services to aid in their transition to college and in their successful completion of their academic goals.
Click here for additional information and how to apply to TRIO SSS.

Minnesota North College Bookstores provide all required textbooks and course materials for your courses. Bookstore hours, policies, booklists, and more can be found on the Minnesota North Bookstores webpage.

Students that have left Minnesota North for more than one semester will need to complete a new online application. Students can change/update their address, email, phone number in their eServices account.

Students will need to update any records that have changed since their last date of
attendance in their eServices account. This may include immunization records, change of address information, new transcripts, or other required documents.

Minnesota North College’s Enrollment Management team strives to engage and provide information to prospective students and interested parties, with the goal of enrolling at Minnesota North College.  The Minnesota North College Enrollment Management team is a member of Minnesota Association for College Admission Counseling (MACAC) and adheres to the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC)  Guide to Ethical Practice and the MinnState System Procedure 1C.0.1 Employee Code of Conduct.