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Spring Semester begins January 8!

Fall Semester Session III begins October 23!


  • Choose from over 40 high-demand Career and Technical credit programs that prepare you for immediate employment, certifications, licensures, or further education.

  • Earn a career certificate in a high-demand field in one year or less, or select from a range of non-credit, short-term Continuing Education courses that will enhance your skill set and advance your career.
  • Learn in small classes from career and technical instructors who are experts in their fields, and engage with friendly and supportive staff who will help you through your educational journey.

Career and Technical Highlights

  • Complete a two-year career and technical degree for less than $12,000. Most Century College students graduate through financial aid availability and low tuition rates while avoiding student loan debt.
  • 8 of 10 Century College career and technical graduates gain immediate employment in their field of study.

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Continuing Education

The Century College Continuing Education department offers a wide range of non-credit, short-term Continuing Education courses in the areas of Business & Leadership, Computers & Technology, Health & Human Services, Human Resources, Manufacturing & Skilled Trades, Personal Enrichment, Public Safety, and Transportation/Motorcycle Training that will lead to certifications, career advancement, and employment.

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College is affordable at Century College!

Tuition is frozen through Spring 2025.

Exciting news! It’s a great time to enroll at Century College!
Our tuition rates will be frozen at Century College through Spring 2025!


A majority of our students receive federal and state financial aid. Between financial aid, scholarships, student success programs with financial support, and academic awards for new students, Century College offers a variety of options to help you pay for your education.

As a two-year public community and technical college, Century College receives funding from the State of Minnesota, keeping tuition rates significantly lower than private colleges and universities.

With low tuition rates and financial aid options, most students graduate from Century College with little to no debt.

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