University of Minnesota at Duluth, founded in 1947, is a public university located in Duluth, Minnesota. It is a regional branch of the University of Minnesota system, with a campus overlooking the Lake Superior. It has over 8,900 undergraduates, and a vibrant music, arts and performing arts scene. It’s also home to stunning sculptures top-notch athletic facilities. The Bulldogs, who don maroon & gold, have hockey and football teams that have bagged national championships in the past. Students can integrate themselves into Greek life with ease, or join in on intramurals, club sports or outdoor trips and fitness programs. Notable alumni include Brian Kobilka, Nobel Prize-winner and James Swenson, a notable UMD donor. The university, with its arts, culture and 50+ buildings, offers a multiplicity of opportunities for the community at large.