University of Minnesota, Duluth

The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) is a comprehensive regional university offering 12 bachelor's degrees in 75 majors and graduate programs in 20 different fields. UMD's fall 2004 enrollment was 10,366 and over 1,700 people work at UMD. UMD's central campus consists of more than 50 buildings on 244 acres overlooking Lake Superior and also has more than 10 remote sites around Duluth and northeastern Minnesota. During the school year UMD could be considered the third largest city in northeastern Minnesota. The University of Minnesota is considered a municipality and has its own police departments, building code office, and storm water pollution prevention programs.

University of Minnesota, Duluth official website

Explore UMD

Maps (exit site)

Bagley Nature Area (exit site)

UMD Facts (exit site)

UMD Weather - coming soon!

Stormwater Information

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (exit site)

Take a self-guided tour of UMD's stormwater runoff mitigation features using this map (0.2 MB pdf)

Join one of the Sustainability Tours to see what it takes to build, maintain and operate a sustainable campus (exit site)

UMD MS4 SWPPP Reauthorization- 2014 Update (0.2 MB pdf)

MS4 Annual Report for 2008 (0.6 MB pdf)

UMD SWPPP – 2008 Update (1.8 MB pdf)

Storm Water Plan (exit site)

Program Mission (exit site)

Hot Line (exit site)

Involvement (exit site)

UMD Streams

Amity Creek

Lester River

Miller Creek

Oregon Creek

Tischer Creek


Natural Resources Research Institute (exit site)

Minnesota Sea Grant (exit site)

Large Lakes Observatory (exit site)

Center for Freshwater Research and Policy (exit site)

Center for Environmental Education (exit site)

College of Science and Engineering (exit site)

Water Resources Science Graduate Program (joint Duluth-Twin Cities campuses, exit site)