CHICAGO - A review by Moody's Investors Service of higher education credits in Minnesota has resulted in three downgrades, three upgrades, and six rating confirmations, the rating agency said Monday. Moody's also issued three new ratings.

John Nelson, assistant vice president in the higher education rating group at Moody's, said that while colleges and universities in Minnesota are "generally well managed," many suffer from weak endowments.

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