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Minerva is an elite private, online college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 500 undergraduate students. Admissions is extremely competitive as the Minerva acceptance rate is only 2%.
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535 Watson Drive
Claremont, CA 91711

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$29,450/ year
Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.
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  • <$30k
  • $30-48k
  • $49-75k
  • $76-110k
  • $110k+


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Minerva is just an amazing school. It's the true definition of defying the norms, which other top institutions teach yet never practice. Somehow, this is crazy! But Minerva takes the lead for providing an extra ordinary education, as far as I have heard from the current students while, as an admitted student, I feel like Minerva is home to all the greatness in academics and all college life.

Fun fact; we recently created a WhatsApp group for the admitted students and in a few minutes, when I checked the group members, we had country codes from +1, +2..., +3.., +4.., +5.., +6..., +7..., +8... to +9.. what does this mean apart from creating an inclusive world out of the diversity that Minerva brings upon.

By the way, is there something better than having the world as your campus??? Somebody tell me that! Because, unless there is, Minerva is then just a guardian angel to the brightest minds in the world.
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I'm a freshman at Minerva and I cannot recommend it more. I heard about Minerva having already enrolled at UCL in the UK but decided to apply anyway. It intrigued me in a way I didn't think a University could! Combined with global travel, Minerva applies the science of learning to how classes are actually taught. We study in small, intense seminars in an online platform specifically designed to enhance learning. Our rigorous curriculum has already exposed me to much more than I feel I would have got out of my single major at UCL. I am learning skills that I didn't think I ever would, like programming and calculus, as well as developing my writing and critical thinking skills. I feel honored to be part of such a diverse community (over 75% international students) who really care about solving the problems we see in the world. I have learned just as much outside the classroom simply by interacting with my classmates. I cannot wait to learn and travel the world with them!
Minerva is still very new, having matriculated only three classes, and is still developing as an institution, which is why I give it 4 stars rather than 5, to recognize room for growth. However, I believe that the institution offers a wealth of resources for students to learn and grow which are very effective. Academics have been appropriately challenging, and I feel that the material is relevant and useful. Additionally, the co-curricular activities are all very interesting, and help me connect my academics to a larger context. The accommodations do leave something to be desired, but I believe this to be fairly typical for college housing which is genuine, old architecture and not freshly built dormitories. Being in downtown San Francisco also creates a bit more concern for safety, but I have not had any incidents and those I have heard of have been fairly minor. Also, I have found the community to be very open and accepting, even in the first few months.