We present new rotationally resolved observations of asteroid (93) Minerva with the Lowell Discovery Telescope, investigating potential heterogeneity of Minerva’s surface mineralogy. McAdam et al., (2018, Icarus, 306, pp.32-49) identify the presence of amorphous materials on the surface of Minerva from an IRTF+SPeX spectrum taken in 2003. Marchis et al., (2013 Icarus, 224(1), pp.178-191) also observed Minerva with SPeX but did not identify such a feature. Minerva’s spectrum had a significant red slope in the Marchis observations. These observations were taken at 87% difference in rotation phase. This suggests that there is surface heterogeneity on Minerva. We collected near-infrared spectra of (93) Minerva on NIHTS using the 1.34×12” slit covering the wavelength range from 0.86-2.46 microns. Results: Using LDT+NIHTS, we observed ~55% of Minerva’s surface with some overlap with previous IRTF+SpeX observations. We find that (93) Minerva shows evidence for widespread amorphous materials, similar to the least-processed meteorites presented in McAdam et al., 2018. Implications: The implications of these results are that (1) the surface of Minerva, that we observed, appears to have abundant amorphous materials, (2) these materials seem to be wide-spread, appearing in all the usable data, spanning at least 30-40% of the surface, (3) more data are needed to determine if Minerva has a homogeneous or heterogeneous surface. With future observations we can potentially constrain the timing of accretion of this asteroid.