We highly recommend students use MCIS – Minnesota Career Information System for all sorts of research into colleges and more! Lakeville Schools has purchased the license for our students to utilize the system and they are able to continue using it even after graduation, as long as we have it.
The “School Sort” is a great way to narrow down colleges choices based on specific criteria you enter in regard to your personal preferences, etc…
The “Financial Aid Sort” will customize a search for scholarships and is available to use every year even after you graduate from LSHS as long as we continue to use MCIS.
LSHS students were assigned a UserName and password already. Stop and see Julie in the Career Center, if you need help with your log-in information, a quick tutorial or any other assistance!
The following resources also provide excellent planning resources for students who are interested in attending a college or university in the state of Minnesota.
- Choosing a College
- Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Guide – MnSCU
- Minnesota Private College Guide: 2018-2019
- Questions to ask a College Representative when Visiting
DISCLAIMER: Please note that by following external links on this website, you will leave the Lakeville Schools and/or individual school website and enter a website created, operated and maintained by a third party. By providing links to other sites, Lakeville Area Schools does not guarantee, approve, or endorse the information or products available on these sites. Privacy and security policies may differ from those of ISD 194 – Lakeville Area Public Schools. They are provided as a resource for you to look into.
- Minnesota Dept of Education – Ready, Set, Go
- Any College
- Career Net
- Degree Search
- Fast Web
- MN Colleges
- My Majors
- National College Fairs
- Wet Feet
Minnesota has ongoing reciprocity agreements with Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, one institution in Iowa, and the Canadian province of Manitoba. The agreements reduce non-resident tuition prices and eliminate non-resident admissions barriers for residents of each state who attend a public institution in the other state. Click here for more information!
Midwestern Student Exchange Program (MSEP)
Through the MSEP, public institutions agree to charge students no more than 150% of the in-state resident tuition rate for specific programs; private institutions offer a 10% reduction on their tuition rates. You must be enrolling as a non-resident student at a participating MSEP campus to receive the discount. All enrollment decisions are made at the discretion of the receiving campus and the campus may exercise its right to limit participation or set specific admission requirements for MSEP.
|Date:||September 18, 2015|