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Residence of New Entering Student Enrollment Trends


 

Enrollment by Type of Minnesota Postsecondary Institution, Fall 2003 to Fall 2012

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Minnesota Residents 54,968 51,864 54,797 47,116 48,875 47,050 51,325 46,482 43,369 41,688
Reciprocity States* 7,253 6,403 6,434 6,051 5,822 5,522 5,579 5,616 5,285 5,092
Other U.S. 2,942 3,226 3,442 3,458 3,562 3,706 4,395 5,223 4,191 4,540
Foreign 327 258 434 354 401 578 1,110 960 964 1,053
Total Nonresident 10,522 9,887 10,310 9,863 9,785 9,806 11,084 11,799 10,440 10,685
Unknown Residency 832 354 227 522 205 268 141 137 104 114
Total 66,322 62,105 65,334 57,501 58,865 57,124 62,550 58,418 53,913 52,487

*Reported residency in North Dakota, South Dakota, or Wisconsin; not necessarily participants in interstate tuition programs.

A new entering student is an undergraduate who has not previously attended any postsecondary institution for credit except while a secondary student. Numbers include students who enter with advanced standing, through college credits earned before graduation from high school.

Source: Office of Higher Education