1250 Homer Rd, Winona, MN 55987
Minnesota State College Southeast is an online, two-year community college and trade school based out of Winona, MN. It has nonselective admissions (100% acceptance rate). It is a very small college with full-time enrollment of 741 students. Minnesota State College Southeast's most frequently decided major is a Mechanics and Repair Certificate, which is comprised of 17% of the student body. Alternative often preferred majors include Nursing, which accounts for 12% of students, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN) (7%). If you would like to major in medical assistant technology or cosmetology in Minnesota but don't have the best grades, Minnesota State College Southeast is an incredible option for you, because it is ranked third in the state for both these subjects. Furthermore, Minnesota State College Southeast is 3rd in MN on our top online community colleges list. At the sticker price, tuition runs $5,346 annually. Before you decide not to apply because of cost constraints, keep in mind that just about 3 quarters of Minnesota State College Southeast undergraduates get some monetary aid. 50% of Minnesota State College Southeast students wear a cap and gown on graduation day, wide-eyed and hoping to find that perfect profession. On average, graduates make an annual salary of $31,700 a couple years after receiving their degrees. After an additional four years of experience, the alumni's average salary grows 11.7% to $35,400; however, that is still 11.7% south of the national median wage for individuals. Many of you might like to hear that it does not offer early decision. Further, it does not offer evening degree programs. Respecting your wallet, be aware that if your household has an annual income of $30k to $48k, you can expect to pay around $11,984 annually for tuition. Related to demographics, international undergraduates make up 17% of the undergraduate population at Minnesota State College Southeast and 1% of students are 18 or 19. With regard for campus life, meal plans are not available. To conclude, six years after college, a fourth of graduates make $49,600 or more and the average Minnesota State College Southeast student graduates with $6,919 per year of debt.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Mechanics and Repair
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Operation