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Residence

Enrollment statistics at a glance

During the past ten years, while the number of undergraduates enrolled changes from year to year, the percentage of undergraduates who are Minnesota residents has remained relatively stable.

Undergraduates Enrolled in Minnesota by Residence and Type of Institution Attended, Fall 2013
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Does not include high school students.

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Source: Minnesota Office of Higher Education


Residence of All Students Enrolled in Minnesota, Fall 2013
Age Undergraduate Graduate Total Private Online Only
Minnesota Residents 223,28379%29,74668%253,02978%2,2003%
Nonresidents 57,67321%14,01532%71,68822%82,47397%
Total 280,956100%43,761100%324,717100%84,673100%

Private Colleges Online are Capella and Walden University. These institutions have corporate offices in Minnesota and report their nationwide enrollment. They enroll predominantly students in graduate programs.


What States Do New Freshmen Come From?

11,290 nonresident new-entering freshmen attended Minnesota institutions in fall 2013; 27 percent were from Wisconsin.

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Source: Minnesota Office of Higher Education


Trends in Undergraduate Enrollment in Minnesota by Residence, Fall 2004 to 2013
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Does not include Capella and Walden undergraduate students; these institutions are online only and report their nationwide enrollment. Does not include high school students.

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Source: Minnesota Office of Higher Education

 

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