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With five campuses, 65,000 students and 25,000 employees, the University of Minnesota can seem like a complex place. The resources below help provide a more complete picture of the University’s scope.
The majority of the data is from the Office of Institutional Research (OIR), the University’s central data-housing and analysis unit. More comprehensive data can be found on the OIR website.
Quick Facts•Founded: 1851 •Enrollment: 64,964 (50,067 on the Twin Cities campus) •President: Eric Kaler •Economic Impact: $8.6 billion into the Minnesota economy annually •Alumni: 400,000
The University of Minnesota is home to a highly successful Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. There are 12 women’s and 11 men’s varsity sports competing in the storied Big Ten Conference as well as the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA).
Sporting venues on campus include venerable Williams Arena (the “Barn”), the world-class University Aquatic Center, Mariucci and Ridder Arenas, and TCF Bank Stadium—the Big Ten’s newest multi-purpose football stadium.