After tuition hike, Minnesota sees fewer out-of-state students

November 8, 2018


A steep drop in the number of new University of Minnesota students from outside the state and its environs has prompted the university to consider cutting back on an aggressive planned tuition increase for 2019. Minnesota’s travails may also prompt state systems to consider whether improving state economies — and more intense competition for a shrinking pool of 18-year-olds — might be taking a bite out of their ability to rely on tuition premiums from out-of-state students.

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