The University of Minnesota Duluth consists of 50 buildings on 244-acres of land that overlook Lake Superior. Founded in 1948, UMD confers more than 150 majors across 5 different colleges and schools, which are all influenced by the liberal education UMD promotes so that students are “Prepared, Informed, and Committed.” The Tweed Museum of Art, the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium, and the Hekkila Chemistry & Advanced Science Building all call the Duluth campus home.
This school is incredibly welcoming, with tons of student activities. I love how often there is free food in the commons. Also I personally think the building is fun to explore with its maze-like qualities.
Daniel from Proctor, MN
There is always something to do on campus or in Duluth. There are numerous campus organizations and everyone is involved in at least one organization. The campus is mid-sized but still has the small town feel which was important for me since I came from a very small town.