Largest Graduate Schools in Minnesota

In Minnesota, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities has the most enrolled graduate students of 16,297 students. Saint Mary's University of Minnesota and University of St Thomas have the large number of graduate students followed by University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Next table shows the top 10 largest graduate schools by graduate enrollment with tuition and number of offered programs in Minnesota. We exclude the online completely schools that all programs are offered only online and all students have enrolled online exclusively.
Largest Graduate Schools in Minnesota (2019-2020)
School NameGraduate Student PopulationTuition & FeesNumber of Programs
TotalStudents Enroll Only exclusivelyMenWomenIn-StateOut-of-StateTotalOnline Programs
1University of Minnesota-Twin CitiesPublic, 4 yearsMinneapolis 16,297739
(4.53%)
7,3628,935 $19,221$28,845 3452
2Saint Mary's University of MinnesotaPrivate, 4 yearsWinona 4,1181,324
(32.15%)
1,2982,820 $9,180 5114
3University of St ThomasPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Paul 3,640455
(12.50%)
1,7241,916 $24,991 816
4Concordia University-Saint PaulPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Paul 1,9501,660
(85.13%)
5881,362 $8,550 3633
5Minnesota State University-MankatoPublic, 4 yearsMankato 1,882606
(32.20%)
5981,284 $7,856$8,474 11029
6Saint Cloud State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsSaint Cloud 1,800357
(19.83%)
7341,066 $8,572$12,446 8811
7St Catherine UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Paul 1,576215
(13.64%)
1681,408 $16,408 374
8The College of Saint ScholasticaPrivate, 4 yearsDuluth 1,564688
(43.99%)
3951,169 $15,306 5316
9Hamline UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Paul 1,420436
(30.70%)
4111,009 $9,596 4113
10Mitchell Hamline School of LawPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Paul 1,154302
(26.17%)
560594 $32,860 2-
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