Duluth Campus Information
The Water Resources Science (WRS) program is a multi-institutional, interdisiplinary graduate program. While the WRS program is based primarily on the Twin Cities campus, approximately one third of our students and faculty are housed on the Duluth campus. Based on the shores of Lake Superior, the University of Minnesota- Duluth is home to outstanding water research facilities such as the Large Lakes Observatory (LLO) and the Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI). With approximately 11,000 students, the Duluth campus provides an alternative to both large research universities and small liberal arts colleges for many students.
On the Duluth campus, Water Resources Science students the option of pursuing a Master of Science (M.S.) or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. Students will also work closely with their graduate faculty advisor, who oversees student coursework, research, and overall degree progress. Prospective students should visit the pages below for more information about program specifics for the Duluth campus.
Resources for Students
Within the Water Resources Science program, the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS), and the University of Minnesota as a whole, students have access to a number of resources that can assist them during their academic career.
- Water Resources Students in Action (WRSIA)
- CFANS Research and Outreach Centers
- University Libraries
- University Housing
- UMN Onestop
- Disability Resources
- International Student Services
- Multicultural Center
- Mental Health Counseling Services
- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Services
- UMD is one of the nation's Top 25 LGBT-Friendly Colleges/Universities according to rankings by the Campus Pride Index!
Find out more about Campus Life at the University of Minnesota - Duluth!