Student Financial Support information as been updated to include AY2013 (Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013). This is the first year with Rochester graduates - congratulations!!! As well as graduates, you will now find loan debt information for Rochester. A new line has been added for each student type: Number of Graduates.
The Degrees and Certificates Awarded: 2012-13 have been released. The data in this report represents one academic year, 2013, which includes all degrees conferred between July 1, 2012 and June 30th, 2013.
For the 2013 Academic Year, the University of Minnesota System awarded 15,635 degrees (12,660 from the Twin Cities campus) and 738 certificates. More details can be found in the reports, including SOC and Gender breaks and the counts by major.
Fall 2013 Data
The Fall 2013 Official Enrollment Statistics and New Freshman Characteristics data has been loaded. The Fall Enrollment Map and the Fall Student Enrollment Pivot reports also have the Fall 2013 data. All of these reports can be found in the student data section.
University of Minnesota system: 68,047
Twin Cities: 51,526
New Freshman Undergraduate totals
University of Minnesota system: 8,435
Twin Cities: 5,544
New Freshman Characteristics
The New Freshman Characteristics highlight a continued increase in the ACT scores of the Fall 2013 Freshman cohort. For the Twin Cities campus, the mean composite ACT score is 27.9 and the median score is 28. The mean score for the Fall 2002 cohort was 24.7. The College of Science and Engineering reported the highest college level composite ACT score mean of 30.8, followed closely by the College of Biological Sciences with 30.3 (Source). It should be noted that the High School Rank should be viewed cautiously as fewer values are submitted with students' applications than in the past (Over 37% missing for Twin Cities campus).
Enrollment Map Highlights
The Fall Enrollment Map shows three views of the student population: Normalized by location, 1 Year Difference and 5 Year Difference. This tool can highlight some of the regional differences of UMN Institutions. For example, viewing all Twin Cities campus undergraduates compared to the Duluth campus undergraduates map highlights the number influence on the Arrowhead region of Duluth versus the Twin Cities metro area.
Twin Cities Fall 2013 Undergraduate map (Source)
Duluth Fall 2013 Undergraduate map (Source)
More on the Fall Enrollment Pivot Tool
The Fall Student Enrollment Pivot reports were created to enable our users to cross a few of our key variables which are reported separately on the Official Enrollment Reports. Take a look if you are hoping to find a finer detail level within variable sub-groups, for example Gender by Ethnicity Group. With the Fall 2013 release, we are able to provide six years of data on this report.
Historical Student Data
The Historical Student Headcounts graph shows the Twin Cities campus enrollment since 1867. The 2013-14 enrollment has been loaded.
The University of Minnesota Official Enrollment Statistics for the Summer 2012 term have been released. The overall enrollment stood at 19,798. Undergraduate enrollment is 10,618.
The series of reports is available on the Official Enrollment Statistics page.
The 2013 May Session Term enrollment data has been released. This report is an Excel file as opposed to the full web-based reports. There were 2,701 students enrolled in the University of Minnesota system for this term.
The Spring 2013 Official Enrollment Statistics data has been loaded. The University of Minnesota system-wide total enrollment for all academic levels is 64,376. For each University of Minnesota Campus: Twin Cities - 49,180, Duluth - 10,735, Crookston - 2,300, Morris - 1,784, Rochester - 377. Visit the Official Enrollment Statistics page for more details.
The Office of Institutional Research (OIR) rolled out in December 2010 a student aid profile that provided financial aid data on all undergraduate students by campus. A new report is now available and replaces the old report. It can be found under Student Data, Student Financial Support, and contains twelve years of data covering Fall 2000 - Summer 2012 or Aid Years 2001 - 2012. The report now contains financial aid data on the following student types by campus:
MN Degree-Seeking Undergrads
Graduate and Professional Students:
And comparison data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) can be found for the student type = IPEDS-First-Time, Full-Time UGRD for new incoming full-time undergraduate students.
The report allows the user to select the number of years of data they want displayed on the page.
The Fall 2012 and Summer 2012 Undergraduate Student Performance reports, which contains Term/Cumulative GPA, Credits Completed and Credits Completed Percentage for all campuses, are now available to current students, faculty and staff. Previously, the data was open to a much more limited audience.
The 2012 CIRP (Cooperative Institutional Research Program) Survey results for the University of Minnesota have been posted. The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities has participated in this national study on an every-other-year basis. The survey is completed during the fall semester orientation process by new first-year students on the Twin Cities campus. The survey is administered by the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California - Los Angeles.
More detailed reports will be available later in the Spring semester.
The 2012 Graduation/Retention data has been released. The report can be found here:
Here are the highlights for each campus with the latest cohort updates:
Twin Cities: 91.0% First Year Retention Rate, 58.1% 4 Year Grad Rate, 73.2% 6 Year Grad Rate
Crookston: 77.1% 1 Year Retention Rate, 35.5% 4 Year Grad Rate, 53.4% 6 Year Grad Rate
Duluth: 79.1% 1 Year Retention Rate, 37.4% 4 Year Grad Rate, 59.6% 6 Year Grad Rate
Morris: 81.4% 1 Year Retention Rate, 57.4% 4 Year Grad Rate, 64.2% 6 Year Grad Rate
Rochester: 85.6% 1 Year Retention Rate*
(1 Year retention rate is based upon the Fall 2011 New High School freshman cohort, 4 Year Grad Rate is based upon the Fall 2008 New High School freshman cohort and 6 Year Grad Rate is based upon the Fall 2006 New High School freshman cohort)
* Rochester's first cohort began in 2009, 4 year data will be available next Fall and 6 year in Fall 2015.