Graphs - Out of State Residents

Out of state freshmen attending in Ohio

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Out of state freshmen attending in Ohio

Ohio's standing as a net importer of first-time, full-time freshmen increased markedly in the last two years.

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Out of state freshmen attending in Ohio

Ohio's standing as a net importer of first-time, full-time freshmen increased markedly in the last two years.

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Out of state freshmen attending in Ohio

Both public and nonprofit colleges and universities in Ohio are responding to the continuing drop of in-state high school graduates by enrolling increasing numbers of new students from other states.

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Migration of 1st time fr 02-12

After years of being a marginal net exporter of new college freshmen, Ohio recently has become a significant net importer.

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Out of state undergrads

Ohio independent colleges bring almost 35,000 out-of-state US citizens to study here - and they are more likely to stay after graduation.

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Ohio net migration 86 to 10

Enrollment in the independent sector accounted for two thirds of the much higher net migration to Ohio colleges and universities in fall 2010.

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The appeal of Ohio's independent colleges extends from coast to coast.

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out of state students

Ohio's independent colleges do more than their share of meeting one of the state's strategic higher education goals: attracting students from out of state.

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residency state

Large majorities of entering freshmen at both public and independent colleges are from Ohio, but independent-college students have a better chance of learning with someone from another part of the country.

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grads after college

Ohio's new strategic plan for higher education emphasizes attracting out-of-state students, with the hope that many will settle here after graduation. Ohio's independent colleges lead in this effort.