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Net Migration of College Freshmen in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeStudents
1Pennsylvania4200015,498
2Indiana180009,651
3Alabama010008,532
4Arizona040007,359
5Iowa190007,358
6Massachusetts250006,512
7Ohio390006,326
8Rhode Island440006,185
9South Carolina450005,889
10District of Columbia110005,635
11New York360005,478
12Utah490005,254
13North Carolina370004,925
14Mississippi280004,558
15Oklahoma400003,961
16West Virginia540003,929
17Arkansas050003,778
18Kentucky210003,416
19Oregon410003,389
20Vermont500003,101
21Wisconsin550002,992
22Virginia510002,676
23North Dakota380002,496
24Idaho160002,276
25Missouri290002,188
26Louisiana220002,093
27Kansas200001,935
28Montana300001,768
29Tennessee470001,716
30Michigan260001,685
31South Dakota460001,510
32Nebraska310001,447
33Delaware100001,319
34Florida120001,315
35New Hampshire330001,205
36Maine230001,166
37Colorado08000181
38Wyoming56000-14
39New Mexico35000-239
40Georgia13000-844
41Alaska02000-1,022
42Nevada32000-1,190
43Washington53000-1,232
44Hawaii15000-1,789
45Connecticut09000-5,141
46Minnesota27000-5,513
47Maryland24000-8,170
48Texas48000-12,065
49California06000-13,896
50Illinois17000-19,181
51New Jersey34000-27,387

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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