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Some Minn. schools waive fees during 'College Application Week'

High school students thinking about going to college may have the opportunity to apply for free Nov. 12-16 during Minnesota College Application Week. Last year, Governor Dayton proclaimed that the second week in November is to be dedicated to informing students about the college application process, especially first generation college students, students of color and low-income students.
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High school students thinking about going to college may have the opportunity to apply for free Nov. 12-16 during Minnesota College Application Week.

Last year, Governor Dayton proclaimed that the second week in November should be dedicated to informing students about the college application process, especially first generation college students, students of color and low-income students.

Over 100 high schools around the state are registered to participate this year. During the event, schools will work with students to complete and submit at least one online application.

For a list of colleges that waive application fees during College Application Week, click here.

We've found online contact information regarding Minnesota College Application is limited. Contact your student's high school to see if they participate with in-school events.

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