NHCC has compiled statistics and data into one, easy-to-use resource with the 2019 Student Fact Book鑫众棋牌. In it you will find quick facts, enrollment trends, student profiles, student engagement information, student outcomes, and financial aid information.

Enrollment

  • 9,400 unduplicated headcount
  • 4,041 FYE students

Demographics

  • 33% full-time students, 67% part-time (Fall 2018) 43% new students, 57% returning
  • 59% female, 41% male
  • 53% age 18-25, 31% age 26-older
  • 25 average age
  • 21 median age
  • 49% students of color
  • 35% low income (Pell eligible)
  • 55% first generation (federal definition)
  • 22% first generation (MN definition)
  • 62% underrepresented (MN definition)
  • 48% Caucasian
  • 22% Black or African American
  • 14% Asian
  • 8% Hispanic
  • 5% Two or More Races
  • 2% Non-Resident Alien
  • <1% Native American
  • <1% Pacific Islander
  • 84 International students
  • 271 EAP students

Average Credit Load (Fall 2018)

  • Full-time students: 13.4 credits
  • Part-time students: 6.6 credits
  • All students: 8.9 credits

Average Class Size

  • 21.1 Students

Course Sections Offered: 1,927

  • 53% Traditional/classroom
  • 27% Online
  • 20% Hybrid/Blended

Top Cities – Student Residence (Fall 2018)

  • Brooklyn Park
  • Maple Grove
  • Minneapolis
  • Brooklyn Center
  • Plymouth

Top Sending High Schools

(Fall 2018 First Time Students)

  • Champlin Park High School
  • Park Center Ib World School
  • Osseo Senior High School
  • Maple Grove Senior High School
  • Robbinsdale Armstrong High School

Top Declared Majors

  • Liberal Arts
  • Pre-Nursing
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Science
  • Pre-Engineering

Top Degrees Granted

  • Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Nursing (MANE)
  • Business Administration

Top Certificates Granted

  • Small Business Accounting
  • Business Principles
  • Application Programming

Retention Rates

(Fall 2017 entering first-time full-time students)

  • 81% retained to first spring
  • 51% retained to second fall

IPEDS 3-Year Graduation & Transfer Rates

(Fall 2015 entering first-time full-time students; 150% of normal time)

  • 20% graduated
  • 29% transferred

Financial Aid (Undergraduates)

(Based on Award Year; Fall to Fall)

  • 5908 Potentially Eligible Students
  • 2783 (47.1%) Students received Grants
  • 1752 (29.7%) Students received Loans
  • 182 (3.1%) Students received Scholarships
  • $3,321 average grant aid
  • 13.3% 3-year (fiscal year) official cohort default rate (2016 cohort)

Employee Demographics (Fall 2018)

Gender Status  
Female Students 57%
Female Faculty & Staff 60%
Military Veteran Status  
Students 3%
Faculty & Staff 1%
Disability Status  
Students 4%
Faculty & Staff 5%
Race/Ethnicity Status  
Students 49%
Staff of Color 38%
Faculty of Color 14%
All Faculty & Staff 24%