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Minnesota High School Graduate Numbers Peaked Last Year (November 2010)

A Look at College Transfer (May 2010)

Graduation Rates Inching Up at Some Minnesota Colleges (January 2010)

Minnesota's 2008 High School Graduates Enrolled in College at Record Rates (December 2009)

Women Continue to Outnumber Men in College at All Levels (April 2008)

Nontraditional Students: An emerging segment of Minnesota's undergraduate population (January 2007)

Student employees: The majority of undergraduates work while enrolled in school (December 2006)

First-Generation College Students More Likely to Be Older, Independent, and Attending Part Time (June 2006)

Sixty-four Percent of Minnesota High School Graduates Choose College (March 2006)

Student Borrowing Increases - Most Growth Among Higher-Income Families (February 2006)

ACT Scores Reveal Much About College Readiness (August 2005)

Minnesota's Postsecondary Participation Rate Remains Strong (February 2005)

Minnesota Undergrads: Too Diverse for Typical Labels (March 2003)


Minnesota High School Graduate Numbers Peaked Last Year (November 2010)

New high school graduation projections for Minnesota's public and private high schools.

November 2010 Insight (html version)

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A Look at College Transfer (May 2010)

Public Community and Technical Colleges are a Popular Transfer Destination in Minnesota.

May 2010 Insight (html version)

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Graduation Rates Inching Up at Some Minnesota Colleges (January 2010)

A look at Minnesota's progress in improving college completion rates.

January 2010 Insight (html version)

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Minnesota's 2008 High School Graduates Enrolled in College at Record Rates (December 2009)

Participation rates of Minnesota high school graduates.

December 2009 Insight (html version)

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Women Continue to Outnumber Men in College at All Levels (April 2008)

Comparison of postsecondary enrollment and program choices between men and women in Minnesota.

April 2008 Insight (html version)

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Nontraditional Students: An emerging segment of Minnesota's undergraduate population (January 2007)

Characteristics of nontraditional students in Minnesota.

January 2007 Insight (html version)

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Student employees: The majority of undergraduates work while enrolled in school (December 2006)

A look at undergraduate students who work in Minnesota.

December 2006 Insight (html version)

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First-Generation College Students More Likely to Be Older, Independent, and Attending Part Time (June 2006)

Information about the characteristics of first-generation students.

June 2006 Insight (html version)

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Sixty-four Percent of Minnesota High School Graduates Choose College (March 2006)

College attendance patterns of Minnesota's 2004 high school graduates.

March 2006 Insight (html version)

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Student Borrowing Increases - Most Growth Among Higher-Income Families (February 2006)

A look at undergraduate borrowing in the 2003-2004 academic year.

February 2006 Insight (html version)

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ACT Scores Reveal Much About College Readiness (August 2005)

ACT results for the Minnesota high school students who graduated in 2005. With an average score of 22.3, Minnesota students posted the highest average score in the country among the 25 states where more than half of the graduating students took the ACT. Students taking rigorous high school courses score consistently better than those who do not.

August 2005 Insight (html version)

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Minnesota's Postsecondary Participation Rate Remains Strong (February 2005)

In fall 2003, 65 percent of Minnesota's approximately 64,000 recent high school graduates attended a postsecondary education institution in Minnesota or elsewhere. Slightly more than 50 percent attended a Minnesota institution and approximately 15 percent attended out-of-state. The participation rates are up slightly from the previous year.

February 2005 Insight (html version)

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Minnesota Undergrads: Too Diverse for Typical Labels (March 2003)

Generally speaking, the typical Minnesota undergraduate, in fall 2001, was a white (90 percent) female (55 percent) who was younger than 24 years old (73 percent) and attended full-time (66 percent). Minnesota undergraduates, however, are too diverse to be captured by any typical description.

March 2003 Newsletter.

March 2003 Newsletter (html version)

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