Minnesota Cooperative Admissions Program (MnCAP)
Saint Paul College is a member of
MnCAP, the Minnesota Cooperative Admissions Program, a cooperative arrangement between the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities and the Minnesota State system, designed to facilitate the transfer of students from Minnesota’s public two-year campuses to select colleges within the University of Minnesota.
Saint Paul College students who are eligible for the
MnCAP Program and successfully fulfill the requirements of the Associate of Arts degree, will be assured admission to the University of Minnesota participating colleges when they meet MnCAP’s entrance requirements.
Not all colleges within the University of Minnesota participate in the MnCAP program. Participating U of M colleges are as follows:
- College of Biological Sciences (CBS)
- College of Continuing Education (CCE) (Construction Management, Health Services Management, Information Technology Infrastructure, Manufacturing Operations Management)
- College of Design (CDes) (Landscape Design & Planning only)
- College of Education & Human Development (CEHD) (Family Social Science, Recreation Administration, and Youth Studies only)
- College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS)
- College of Liberal Arts (CLA)
- College of Science and Engineering (CSE) (Astrophysics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Mathematics, and Physics only)
Saint Paul College students enrolling in the MnCAP program should work with our designated
Pathway Advisors, as well as the University's Office of Admissions to define the specific conditions for transfer and any additional admission conditions for individual U of M colleges.
For more information
Please visit the University of Minnesota
MnCAP, the Minnesota Cooperative Admissions Program for more information and the specific requirements for admission to the University under the MnCAP program.