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Learn how much more effective Minnesota’s private colleges are at graduating students in four years compared to the state’s public institutions.
Learn how well our colleges graduate Pell Grant recipients in four years compared to the state systems as well as nationally.
Learn how grants and scholarships help keep private colleges affordable.
Learn how students of color and American Indian students enrollment has increased in the last decade.
Find out how the state of Minnesota’s higher education budget is distributed.
Learn how increases in institutional grants at our private colleges have outpaced the growth in state and federal grants.
Learn how our private colleges compare to the publics in the percent of women who earned a bachelor’s degree in a STEM discipline.
Find out which types of institutions send the most transfer students to our member colleges.
Find out how our rates compare to the state's public universities.
Find out how well the class of 2016 fared within one year of graduation.
Find out what percentage of students at our colleges come from Minnesota and elsewhere.
Learn how many Minnesota students benefit from the Minnesota State Grant.
Discover how big an impact our 17 member colleges have on the state.
Learn how many nursing bachelor’s and master’s degrees are awarded by Minnesota private colleges.
Discover why it’s important to weigh how long it will take to earn a degree when comparing college costs.
Learn about how Minnesota continues to be a “net exporter” of undergraduate students.
Learn how the four-year graduate rate for students of color at our member institutions compares to those at the state's public systems.
Learn how the median family income for FAFSA-filing Minnesota students at our colleges is similar to the state’s public universities.
Learn why students at our colleges are never just a number — not with an average 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio.
Learn what the class of 2015 was doing within one year of graduation.
Find out how the Minnesota’s higher ed budget is divvied up.
Find out in which areas of study our 17 member institutions award a larger proportion of bachelor’s degrees than the publics.
Students of color account for 21 percent of all undergraduate students at our colleges, and this year’s incoming first-year students were even more diverse.
Students at our 17 member colleges receive financial aid from a number of sources, but grant aid make up a significant part of it.
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