7-Step Application Process for Undergraduate (General) Students
STEP 1: Apply (Online or by Mail)
This is the quickest way to process your application. You will be prompted to:
Create a MnSCU account to complete the online application.
Pay the $20 application fee via credit card or echeck to complete the application. If you experience problems paying online, contact 1-877-GO-MNSCU (1-877-466-6728)
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Apply by Mail
Print and submit this Application Form along with a $20 non-refundable fee.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College - Cambridge Campus
300 Spirit River Dr S
Cambridge, MN 55008
Watch the mail for a letter containing your Student (Tech) ID and PIN number. Then proceed to the next steps. Apply for Financial Aid at this point if needed.
NEXT STEPS - After you are admitted
The Accuplacer Placement Test assesses skill levels in reading, English composition and mathematics. Test results are used to determine the appropriate course placement to promote your success in college. Placement tests are offered on a regular basis throughout the year and the first set of tests are free.
Anoka-Ramsey provides students the opportunity to learn the necessary information to begin college successfully. All students enrolling for eight or more credits during their first semester are required to complete the college's online orientation program.
The Minnestoa State Colleges & Universities (MnSCU) system e-Application states you need to request your transcripts; however, Anoka-Ramsey Community College only requires offical transcripts if you are planning to pursue a degree or certificate or complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC). Guide for transfering.
STEP 5. Schedule a Registration Planning Session Coon Rapids or Cambridge (RPS) & Register
Students have the opportunity to work with an advisor regarding degree/program requirements and appropriate course load, then receive help with registering for courses. In addition, campus tours will be offered. These sessions are required of PSEO students and highly recommended for new students including incoming transfer students with less than 12 college level credits.
NOTE: Transfer students with more than 12 college level credits do NOT need to attend an RPS. Transfer students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with an Advisor at the Cambridge (763-433-1840) or Coon Rapids campus (763-433-1240) or may proceed with their online registration.