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Our residential campus on a hilltop in the small town of Northfield, Minnesota, is only 45 minutes from a major urban area.

Located only 7.5 miles apart, Minneapolis and St. Paul are bustling epicenters of culture, entertainment, and natural elements that draw in their three million residents and visitors alike.

Minneapolis lake with a skyline of the city in the background

Walk around one of the lakes that comprise the Chain of Lakes in Minneapolis, just five miles southwest of downtown Minneapolis

Downtown Minneapolis from Yellow Room at Guthrie Theater

See a show at the Guthrie Theater (or any of our myriad theater options). Did you know Minneapolis-St. Paul is home to the second-highest number of theater seats per capita next to New York City?

Concert at US Bank Stadium, Home of the Minnesota Vikings

Go to a big-name concert at one of our two large arenas (the Xcel Energy Center and Target Center) or catch a show at the legendary First Avenue

Minneapolis, Minnesota Skyline seen from above by Drone in Spring

Experience a special exhibition or see one of the permanent shows at museums like the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Walker Art Center

Allianza Field, the new home of Minnesota United FC

Cheer on a Minnesota sports team (or your favorite home team) at state-of-the-art professional sports arenas like Target Field, Target Center, US Bank Stadium, and Allianz Field

Mid-town Global Market

Visit Midtown Global Market to taste a variety of foods and experience the arts, crafts, and other aspects that celebrate Minnesota’s diverse heritage

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul are home to over 3,000 Ole alums who provide connections and opportunities for our current students. Our proximity to the airport is a big draw; Oles love that Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is also a quick bus ride or carpool away.