The Council produces a variety of research reports, briefs and other publications about our 17 institutions. If you are from a member institution looking for a member-only version of a report, please contact Megan Rozowski.
This report provides four-year rates on bachelor’s degrees earned for first-time and non-first-time students, full-time and part-time students, and those who were and were not Pell Grant recipients. (March 2021)
This report presents comprehensive fall 2020 enrollment data for our 17 institutions. The report also includes comparisons to Minnesota public institutions. (January 2021)
Report of bachelor's degrees granted in 2018-19 to students attending a Minnesota college or university. (December 2020)
This policy fact sheet discusses the value of the bachelor’s degree in order for Minnesota's economy to thrive.
Report of graduate degrees granted in 2018-19 to students attending a Minnesota college or university. (December 2020)
The report examines graduation rates for Minnesota Private College Council member institutions compared to other sectors in Minnesota and nationwide averages. (March 2021)
Facts and background about our 17 institutions' commitment to health care education. (January 2021)
A summary of the contributions Minnesota Private Colleges make to Minnesota’s economy. (December 2019)
Facts about the state impact of Minnesota private colleges.
Our 17 private nonprofit institutions make a high-quality education accessible to all students.
Students from all income levels come to our 17 private nonprofit colleges — and succeed.
The 9,500 students earning a bachelor’s degree each year at our 17 private nonprofit institutions are well position to pay back debt.
Students at our 17 private nonprofit colleges graduate ready to contribute to the vitality of our state and its economy.
Minnesota Private College Council member institutions collaborate on surveying our recent graduates to gain a better sense of our graduates’ plans and employment after graduation. This report summarizes results for the class of 2019. (January 2021)
Facts and background about our 17 institutions' commitment to STEM education. (December 2018)