The University of Minnesota, Morris makes its home on a more-than-125-year-old campus. The first buildings housed an American Indian boarding school, first administered by the Sisters of Mercy order of the Catholic Church and later by the United States Government.
The University of Minnesota, Morris (UMM) provides a rigorous undergraduate liberal arts education, preparing its students to be global citizens who value and pursue intellectual growth, civic engagement, intercultural competence, and environmental stewardship.
A hallmark of superior undergraduate institutions is the opportunity to expand the body of knowledge in a field by participating in scholarly research or creative activity. Morris provides numerous opportunities for students to make such contributions on campus, within the larger university, and beyond our borders. Faculty from all disciplines are pleased to discuss research and creative opportunities with students, as are students’ advisers.Field and Laboratory Research on Glacial Sedimentology in Brazil & Surficial Geology of West Central Minnesota for Native American Women.
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Living on campus will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your college life. At the University of Minnesota, Morris, more than 90 percent of first year students choose to live on campus. And almost half of the entire student population lives on campus each year.
Welcome to your library. First and foremost, Rodney A. Briggs Library is here to support your learning and research. We hope you find the library inviting and comfortable and that it, indeed, becomes "your library" whether you are here to complete your degree, your career has taken you to UMM or your home is in the West Central Minnesota area.
Technology staff are available to help faculty, staff, and students explore how to effectively incorporate technology into their University activities. Expertise is available in a variety of areas, no project or question is too big or small.
Health Service is an outpatient health care facility offering:
Morris is a national leader in green initiatives—wind energy, biomass energy, Pride of the Prairie local, sustainable food projects. Its goal is to be a carbon-neutral campus.
You may be surprised by all the things to see and do in the Morris area:
We are located in Gay Hall across from Health Services. The Wellness Center exists to support students in making healthy choices related to their health and wellness. We take a holistic approach to supporting students and offer programming throughout the school year related to physical health, mental health, sexual health and violence prevention.
These are a few associations from campus:
Giving a chance to students to be a chef and let them enjoy cooking food, sharing their favorite cuisines with members, cooking together and having fun.
The Academic Center for Enrichment (ACE) provides opportunities and guidance for students who are interested in competing for fellowships and awards, participating in the Honors Program, National Student Exchange, research, and study abroad.
The American Chemical Society Morris chapter actively promotes student interest in Chemistry by hosting chemistry-themed events.
A group dedicated to downhill skiing.
The University of Minnesota, Morris is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Morris's next comprehensive evaluation is scheduled for 2019-20. Professional accreditation for elementary and secondary teacher preparation has been granted by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Minnesota Board of Teaching.
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It was a small University that allowed a lot of direct communication between classmates and professors. There were many opportunities for research, study abroad, and internships associated with the University. I was able to take advantage of many of these opportunities and received an excellent education here.