Higher Education

The Northland has thirteen campuses across 9 cities. The data for each school represent the number of fall enrollees at each institution and the number of conferred degrees as reported by each university or college. In addition to large numbers of people with bachelor's and advanced degrees, particularly in the greater Duluth area, the region as a whole boasts one of the highest concentrations of associate's degrees in the nation.

The institutions total around 6,200 graduates each year.

University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth)

University of Wisconsin Superior (Superior)

College of St. Scholastica (Duluth)

Fond Du Lac Tribal & Community College (Cloquet)

Lake Superior College (Duluth)
 
Northeast Higher Education District (5 community and technical colleges in Ely, Grand Rapids, Hibbing, Virginia/Eveleth, and International Falls)

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College Superior (Superior)

Duluth Business University (Duluth)