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Net Migration of College Freshmen in 2015

RankStateFIPS CodeStudents
1Pennsylvania4200014,930
2Massachusetts250008,013
3Indiana180007,969
4Alabama010007,541
5Arizona040006,733
6Iowa190006,696
7District of Columbia110006,344
8South Carolina450006,302
9North Carolina370005,835
10Rhode Island440005,802
11Ohio390005,321
12Utah490005,032
13New York360004,440
14West Virginia540004,285
15Oklahoma400004,085
16Kentucky210003,910
17Missouri290003,740
18Mississippi280003,689
19Virginia510003,607
20Arkansas050003,458
21Oregon410003,362
22Wisconsin550002,906
23Vermont500002,851
24North Dakota380002,583
25Louisiana220001,942
26Kansas200001,851
27Tennessee470001,767
28Delaware100001,703
29Florida120001,557
30New Hampshire330001,458
31Michigan260001,418
32Montana300001,386
33South Dakota460001,221
34Nebraska310001,125
35Idaho16000911
36Maine23000539
37Wyoming5600060
38New Mexico35000-177
39Alaska02000-817
40Colorado08000-956
41Nevada32000-1,031
42Georgia13000-1,326
43Hawaii15000-1,517
44Washington53000-1,938
45Connecticut09000-5,275
46Minnesota27000-5,287
47Maryland24000-8,890
48Texas48000-10,929
49California06000-14,967
50Illinois17000-17,063
51New Jersey34000-27,179

Note: Freshmen students are those enrolled in four-year degree-granting institutions who graduated from high school in the previous 12 months.
Data Source: National Center for Education Statistics

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