Key Facts at a Glance

Enrollment 

  • 11,120 total students served (unduplicated head count 2017-2018)
  • 6,302 full-year equivalent (2017-2018)
  • 91% undergraduate students
  • 62% part-time students

Student Diversity

  • 59% female students
  • 41% male students
  • 47% students of color
  • 2% international students
  • 4% out-of-state students
  • 31 average age of students
  • 15–85 age range of students

Degrees granted

Bachelor of Applied Science; Bachelor of Arts *; Bachelor of Human Services; Bachelor of Science *; Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Bachelor of Social Work; Master of: Advocacy and Political Leadership; Business Administration; Liberal Studies; Management Information Systems; Nonprofit Leadership and Management; Public Administration; Public and Nonprofit Administration; Master of Arts and Master of Science in Individualized Studies; Master of Science: Advanced Dental Therapy; Alcohol and Drug Recovery Counseling; Computer Science; Nursing Entry Level; Technical Communication; Urban Education; Professional Science Master’s in Computer Science; Doctor of Business Administration; and Doctor of Nursing Practice.

Top 10 majors

  1. Individualized Studies
  2. MANE BSN (Nursing)
  3. Business Administration
  4. Psychology
  5. Accounting
  6. Human Services
  7. Criminal Justice
  8. Computer Science
  9. Professional Communication
  10. Social Work

Faculty

  • 184 resident faculty (tenured and tenure track)
  • 9 other full-time faculty
  • 722 community faculty

Alumni (degrees awarded)

  • 47,149 (as of January 2019)

    Accreditation

    Regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1413, phone 800-621-7440).
    The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the Council on Social Work Education, Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, and Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board grant accreditation for nursing social work, business, and education programs, respectively.

    Facilities

    • Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Education
      Center, 9110 Brooklyn Boulevard, Brooklyn Park
    • Midway Center, 1450 Energy Park Drive,
      Saint Paul
    • Midway Center–Energy Park Place,
      1380 Energy Lane, Suite 205, Saint Paul
    • Minneapolis Management Education Center,
      1501 Hennepin Avenue
    • Saint Paul Campus, 700 East Seventh Street
    Key Facts at a Glance (PDF)