Twin Cities Metro Area
The Blaine campus of Rasmussen College is located just north of the Minneapolis and St. Paul metropolitan areas. Our Blaine college campus offers students an inviting atmosphere to learn, grow, and earn in-demand Bachelor’s and Associate’s degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates to help them prepare for a relevant and rewarding career.
The Bloomington campus is located off I-494 and France Avenue. Take a tour of the campus and learn about degrees that can help prepare you for a career in a number of growing industries. Our program managers on campus will walk you through the enrollment process and answer your questions about our in-demand degrees and programs across our seven schools of study, including Business, Education, Health Sciences, Justice Studies, Nursing, Technology and Design.
Brooklyn Park/Maple Grove, MN
The Brooklyn Park/Maple Grove campus is located just miles northwest of downtown Minneapolis. The Rasmussen College Brooklyn Park/Maple Grove campus has degrees in a variety of in-demand fields that can help start your future. With many course schedule options—including on campus, online, and combined online and on campus courses.
The Rasmussen College Eagan campus is located off I-35E just south of Yankee Doodle Road. Less than 20 miles south of Minneapolis and St. Paul, our Eagan campus is filled with educational opportunities, including earning a market-relevant and practical Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, Diploma, or Certificate from our School of Education, School of Business, School of Justice Studies, School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing, School of Technology, or School of Design.
Lake Elmo/Woodbury, MN
Located east of St. Paul and Minneapolis, the Lake Elmo/Woodbury campus is east of I-694 and just north of I-94. The Lake Elmo/Woodbury campus is opens students’ opportunities to earn an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, Diploma, or Certificate in one of our seven schools of study. This focused, practical, and relevant education options allow students to immediately apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world situations.