The University of Minnesota Crookston is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Huntington Bank as the preferred online training provider for bank employees through its tuition reduction initiative. Huntington employees will be offered expedited admissions with fast decision-making, as well as testing, referrals, and waived fees for select programs in Crookston’s online bachelor’s degrees and certificates.
UMN Crookston and Huntington have also partnered with the Carlson School of Management at U of M to offer additional discounts on professional MBA and master’s degree programs or Carlson School graduate certificates with the option of register for in-person or online courses.
“Someone once said ‘success is better when it’s shared.’ UMN Crookston is proud to partner with Huntington Bank as the preferred online training provider for its employees, and to collaborate with the Carlson School of Management at U of M so that students can continue their studies with an MBA or a master’s degree from Carlson after earning their first undergraduate degree from Crookston,” said Chancellor Mary Holz-Clause.
“Colleagues at Huntington are eager to take advantage of the incredible educational opportunities the University of Minnesota Crookston will provide,” said Darrel German, Minnesota Regional President for Huntington National Bank. “This emerging partnership exemplifies the deep connection Huntington has in communities across Minnesota.”
Minnesota Crookston offerings for Huntington Bank employees include 18 online options such as accounting, agricultural business, applied studies in agricultural communication, applied health, applied studies, communication, criminal justice, English, Finance, Health Management, Information Technology Management, International Business. , management, manufacturing management, marketing, quality management, software engineering, sports and recreation management, plus six online certificate options in agriculture, finance, healthcare, manufacturing management, nursing home administration, and sports and recreation management. Online certificates that involve high-impact learning and honing your skills can be integrated into a degree program.
Students must meet the admission requirements for each program to be eligible.
For more information, visit www.crk.umn.edu/huntington or contact Sarah Monson, Associate Director of Online Recruitment and Admissions, at email@example.com.