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State institution: These 2-year U.S. schools attract the fewest in-state students

Arnot Ogden Medical Center, New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and Joffrey Ballet School enrolled the fewest in-state students of all two-year schools in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

Analysis: Syracuse University athletes No. 1 in New York for economic impact

Syracuse University sports programs brought in $161,280 per athlete in revenue in 2016, meaning its athletes on average generated the most sports revenue of any school in New York that year, according to a New York Business Daily analysis of U.S. Department of Education data.

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE: Rensselaer Announces Innovative New Degree in Business Analytics

A new undergraduate degree program in business analytics is coming to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute this year.

State institution: These 2-year New York schools attract the fewest in-state students

Arnot Ogden Medical Center, New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and Circle in the Square Theatre School enrolled the fewest in-state students of all two-year New York schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

Cornell University has most student athletes in New York

Cornell University ranked No. 1 for student athletic participation in the state, according to a New York Business Daily analysis of college sports participation.

State institution: These 4-year New York schools attract the most in-state students

Bet Medrash Gadol Ateret Torah, Beth Hamedrash Shaarei Yosher Institute and Boricua College enrolled the most in-state students of all four-year New York schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

College wrestling earned $5.6 million for New York schools in 2016

Hofstra University wrestling brought in $52,403 per athlete in revenue in 2016, making it among the highest-grossing wrestling programs in New York that year, according to a Business Daily analysis of U.S. Department of Education data.

Analysis: Which college golf program grossed the most in the U.S.

St John's University-New York, LIU Brooklyn and University at Albany top the list of highest grossing women's college golf programs nationwide in 2016

Analysis: Which college golf program grossed the most in the U.S.

LIU Brooklyn, St John's University-New York and Nyack College top the list of highest grossing men's college golf programs nationwide in 2016

St. Joseph's College-New York fields most volleyball players in New York

St. Joseph's College-New York ranked No. 1 for student volleyball participation in the state, according to a Watchdog analysis of college sports participation.

15 percent of borrowers at 2-year colleges in New York default on student loans

At Elmira Business Institute, 26 percent of borrowers who started repaying student loans in 2014 defaulted on those loans by the end of 2016, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

State institution: These 4-year New York schools attract the fewest in-state students

Beth Hatalmud Rabbinical College, Manhattan School of Music and Ohr Hameir Theological Seminary enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year New York schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

State institution: These 4-year U.S. schools attract the most in-state students

Boricua College, Bryant & Stratton College-Amherst and Bryant & Stratton College-Buffalo enrolled the most in-state students of all four-year schools in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

State institution: These 4-year U.S. schools attract the fewest in-state students

Manhattan School of Music, Sh'or Yoshuv Rabbinical College and Yeshiva of Far Rockaway Derech Ayson Rabbinical Seminary enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year schools in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 20

100 percent of applicants to Rabbinical College of Long Island were admitted for fall 2017

At Rabbinical College of Long Island, 100 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 100 percent are male, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

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