Which Minnesota colleges receive the most federal student aid?


University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and Minnesota State University-Mankato reported receiving the most federal financial aid during the 2015-16 academic year among Minnesota schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

The analysis is based on data reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education.

Top Minnesota recipients of federal student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Minneapolis
51,579
1,086
$5,320,632
$4,899
2
Minnesota State University-Mankato
Mankato
15,165
706
$3,195,526
$4,526
3
Saint Cloud State University
Saint Cloud
15,744
701
$3,047,704
$4,348
4
University of Minnesota-Duluth
Duluth
11,018
483
$2,295,149
$4,752
5
Saint Paul College
Saint Paul
6,949
500
$2,255,288
$4,511
6
Century College
White Bear Lake
8,925
413
$1,751,576
$4,241
7
Normandale Community College
Bloomington
9,810
398
$1,696,088
$4,262
8
Winona State University
Winona
8,139
404
$1,652,074
$4,089
9
Minneapolis Community and Technical College
Minneapolis
7,982
380
$1,634,442
$4,301
10
Minnesota State Community and Technical College
Fergus Falls
6,316
363
$1,491,454
$4,109

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Century College Minneapolis Community and Technical College Minnesota State Community and Technical College Minnesota State University-Mankato Normandale Community College Saint Cloud State University Saint Paul College University of Minnesota-Duluth University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Winona State University

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