Minnesota Business - Waite Park is a for-profit college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 95 undergraduate students. The Minnesota Business - Waite Park acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 47% of students, Minnesota Business - Waite Park alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,700.
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The professors are great! They all have experience in the work field with what they teach. The curriculum also matches real world situations. There are a lot of helpful resources at the school to help with classes scheduled tutoring sessions, the library, multiple people to check and proof read your work, and you can also meet one on one with the professors.
Financial aid was very confusing and had not confidence when answering (attempting to answer) my questions. Tuition is extremely expensive. It should be more than a state school but not quadruple!
I really enjoy the student body at my school. It is a fairly small school so there is not much diversity but it still exists. I would say that all of the students I have met at my school are smart, dedicated, easy to talk to, and friendly.