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Fordham Fact Book

Fordham Fast Facts A concise compendium of key metrics related to all facets of the institution

Admission

Admission 10-year history of Fordham’s acceptance rate (the percentage of undergraduate applicants who were admitted) and yield rate (the percentage of admitted undergraduates who enrolled)

Demographic Profiles by Term

Term-by-term snapshots of: enrollment time status (full-time/part-time); gender; race/ethnicity; student type; residence hall status; religious affiliation; class level; geographic origin – top states; international students – top countries of origin; credit hours; and full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment 

Fall 2020 Demographic Profile

Spring 2020 Demographic Profile

ARCHIVE of earlier Demographic Profiles

Longitudinal Enrollment Trends

Ten-Year Enrollment 10-year history of enrollment time status (full-time/part-time); school; geographic origin; race/ethnicity; degree program; and field of study

Majors, Minors, and Disciplines 5-year history of undergraduate majors; undergraduate minors; and graduate disciplines – by school and campus

International Student Enrollment 5-year history of enrollment by country of origin; visa status; gender; and undergraduate class level

Retention and Graduation

Retention and Graduation Rates - University 10-year history of undergraduate retention and graduation rates from a University-wide perspective

Retention and Graduation Rates By College and HEOP 15-year history of retention and graduation rates for each of the undergraduate schools of the University and for HEOP

Transfer Student Retention and Graduation Rates By College 15-year history of retention and graduation rates for transfer students for each of the undergraduate schools of the University

Degrees Conferred 5-year history of all degrees conferred by degree and gender; by Bundy Aid eligibility; by level and school; and by majors of degree recipients

Faculty

Faculty 10-year history of Fall faculty data presented by academic division, time status (full-time/part-time), rank, tenure, and gender

There are six separate faculties at Fordham University: an Arts and Sciences faculty (serving Fordham College at Rose Hill, Fordham College at Lincoln Center, the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences), a Business faculty (serving the Undergraduate and Graduate Divisions of the Gabelli School of Business), an Education faculty, a Law faculty, a Religion and Religious Education faculty, and a Social Service faculty.

Financial Aid Awarded

Financial Aid Awarded 10-year history of scholarships/grants, loans, work-study, and other assistance by source

Finance

Finance 10-year history of tuition and fees; percent change in tuition and fees; and room and board