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  • ADMISSIONS

    Century College is committed to the success of its students. We strive to provide high-quality, affordable programs and degrees for all students.

    Whether you are a high school senior looking for post-high school education or an adult learner looking for advancement or a career change, Century College has something to meet your needs.

    The Century College Admissions Office is here to help you.

If you have questions about a program, degree, or the admissions process, please feel free to request more information, schedule a campus visit, chat with us online (click on the 'Chat Now' icon in the lower right; if no icon appears, then a representative is not currently available), or give us a call at 651-773-1700.

When you are ready to begin the admissions and enrollment process, simply select the type of student you are below.

What type of student are you?

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    • First-Time Student
    • You have never attended another college, nor taken any college courses, and wish to complete a degree/program at Century College.

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      2. Transfer students
        • Transfer Student
        • You are currently enrolled at another college or university (or have gained college credit in other ways) and wish to complete a degree/program at Century College.

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            • Non-Degree Seeking or Visiting Student
            • You plan to take a course or two. You are not seeking a certificate, diploma, degree or financial aid from Century College.

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                • International Student
                • You are a resident of a nation other than the United States and wish to complete a degree/program at Century College.

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                    • Returning Student
                    • You want to return to Century College, and it has been over three years since you last attended.

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                      • High School Options
                      • You are a Minnesota high school student who wants to take college-level courses prior to graduating high school. 

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                        For information on non-credit courses and customized training, visit Continuing Education & Customized Training.