Applicants attending an educational institution other than high school may receive unemployment benefits while attending school if they are:
Note: These requirements do not apply to a dislocated worker participating in a full-time training program (Reemployment Assistance) that will help them re-enter the job market.
Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Law holds high school students ineligible to receive benefits until graduation. This ineligibility includes summer breaks. Students working towards a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) are not considered high school students.