September 2017

The median family income for FAFSA-filing Minnesota students at our colleges falls within a similar range as the state’s public universities. (“Median” means that 50% of families have higher incomes and 50% have incomes lower than the amounts shown below.)

median family income for FAFSA-filing MN students

This can be broken down even further into three general income categories:

FAFSA-filing MN students by family income

Source: Minnesota State Grant End-of-Year Statistics Fiscal Year 2016 report, Minnesota Office of Higher Education
Note: Uses adjusted gross income. Includes only Minnesota residents who file a FAFSA
*The Minnesota Private College Council’s 17 member institutions