Welcome to the Family
Admissions at Crown
How to get started?
Crown is a community where you can be known. Our college admissions team is ready to help you through the application process so that you can become a student. Let us help you navigate the process so you can focus on what matters to you: finding the right college to call home. Please reach out with any questions and we would be happy to help.
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How Do I Transfer To Crown College?
We are transfer-friendly. That means that you get credit for more of your courses. Continue your academic career at a school where you will Be Known!Transfer Student Process
WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU
Come on campus to experience the Crown community. Sit in on a class, grab a coffee in our coffee shop, meet with a coach, and explore our beautiful 200+ acres.Our Next Visit Event
EXPERIENCE CROWN COLLEGE
What is Student Life Like?
Curious what it is like to be a Crownie? We would love to share our campus life, our tight-knit community, and our events with you. Discover what Crown is all about!Student Life
Meet our team
They would love to meet you! Meet the staff who will help you navigate finding a college home!
Looking for Early College (PSEO) options?
We can help you get a jump start on college!
Did you know we are online?
Looking for our fully-online programs? You can get a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree fully online.
We would love to help you take the next steps on your journey to Crown!
Crown is unabashedly Christian. Our roots are in the Christian and Missionary Alliance, and we are still affiliated with the denomination today. All of our students sign the Statement of Faith, which means that you can attend a school where others are interested in growing spiritually! With close to 100 chapels each year, faith integrated into every class, and all of our faculty and staff professing Christ, you can be sure that this is a place where you can follow Jesus.
We have a “rolling” application which means that you can apply at any time to Crown. You can start your application now!
Grants and Scholarships
Grants and scholarships do not need to be repaid. Institutional and academic grants, and scholarships from Crown College, require full-time attendance (12 or more credits/semester), continuous full-time enrollment, and cumulative GPA renewal standards.
Federal Scholarships and Grants
Federal Pell Grants and Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) are awarded to undergraduate students based on financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Receipt of funding through these programs is contingent upon meeting student eligibility requirements and the availability of federal funding.
Minnesota State Grant
Minnesota State Grant funding is determined by the state of Minnesota and is subject to change.
Students can apply for an on-campus job at www.crown.edu/workstudy even if work-study is not listed on their award letter. There are other jobs on campus that do not require work-study eligibility, and additional work-study dollars may become available at a later time. (Foodservice requires an application through A’viands.) Student wages are paid directly to the student, not to the student’s Crown College account, and should not be deducted when calculating the amount due to the college. Crown College cannot guarantee a student’s employment or earnings.
Visit www.crown.edu/loans for more information on borrowing or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Crown is located on a beautiful park-like campus 40 minutes west of the Twin Cities in Minnesota.
The nearest airport is the MSP (Minneapolis Saint Paul Airport) which is also about 40 minutes away.
Our mailing address:
8700 College View Dr.
Saint Bonifacius, MN 55375
We encourage every student who is interested in Crown to visit, whether in-person or virtually. However, if you are unable to visit at this time, you can always find out more by exploring our Crown Culture pages.
Title IX Coordinator
In the Crown Community, we hope to create a safe and welcome working and learning environment.
For more information read the Misconduct Policy
Title IX Coordinator