U of M Crookston ranks as one of top regional colleges by U.S. News

For a 14th consecutive year, the University of Minnesota Crookston has been named one of the top regional colleges in the Midwest by U.S. News. This year’s ranks Crookston in the top three out of nearly 400 colleges in the region.
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For a 14th consecutive year, the University of Minnesota Crookston has been named one of the top regional colleges in the Midwest by U.S. News. This year’s ranks Crookston in the top three out of nearly 400 colleges in the region.

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