Student Life

Student Life

The Twin Cities campus of the University of Minnesota sits on the banks of the Mississippi River in the heart of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. Light Rail connects campus to both downtown business districts, as well as the airport.

Welcome to Minneapolis

Carlson School students from the MSBA class of 2016 talk about living in Minneapolis.

Located on the west end of campus, the Carlson School of Management overlooks the downtown Minneapolis skyline. Home to major companies like Target, 3M, Medtronic, Best Buy, General Mills, and UnitedHealth Group, the area also boasts a thriving entrepreneurial scene. Professional sports teams, world-class arts and cultural institutions, and abundant recreational areas add to the region's reputation as one of the most livable places in the nation

living in minneapolis


Living in Minneapolis

The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is a magnet for young professionals seeking career opportunity, affordable housing, accessible transportation, and rich culture, all in a booming city.

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Living in Minneapolis


Living in Minneapolis

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U of M Campus

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities is a lively urban campus with much to offer. Take a tour and watch a video highlighting just some of the cool things you'll find here.

Student Organizations and Clubs

MSBA students can socialize, lead, and learn from fellow students by joining one of 20+ student clubs and organizations that represent an array of professional, social, cultural, and athletic interests. From the Carlson Marketing Network and Consulting Club, to Outdoor Adventures Club and Partners Club, there’s plenty of ways to get involved.  

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Find Your Community on Campus

Carlson School Community

Students in the MS in Business Analytics program form close bonds both in and out of the classroom. That community extends beyond graduation to the University's worldwide alumni network.

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