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Current Year Institution Facts and Figures: Updated annually by October 31.
Each year M State publishes a Snapshot Profile which includes the college's history, statistics (enrollment, persistence, tuition and financials) and points of pride for the year. This profile provides a glimpse into the student population and the results of the work and dedication of M State faculty and staff.
Demographics of Enrolled Students
M State's 30th day demographics reports provide a breakdown of enrolled students each semester, including gender, ethnicity, enrollment status and whether students are new or returning.
Fall 2017 Student Data:
The three primary categories of M State students include students enrolled in college for the first time, students transferring from another institution, and dual enrollment students. Dual Enrollment students are receiving both high school and college credit.
As a federal requirement, M state reports gender in the binary (men/women) categories
Racial and Ethnic categories represent terminology used in official Federal reporting and may not reflect the way our students think about themselves.
Excluding dual enrollment students, M State’s student age distribution and full-time/part-time status is:
M State students are assigned a home campus based on geographic location and academic program.
With a wide variety of options, students have three primary types of schedules: only ground-based courses, schedules with both ground-based and online courses, or online-only schedules.