Skip to main content

Fordham Fact Book

Data Definitions

Data Definitions A glossary of key terms and definitions to contextualize the data presented in the Fordham Fact Book

Fordham Fast Facts

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 2021 Demographic Profile

Summer 2021 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 majors, minors, and disciplines of degree recipients by school, department/program, and level

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

The Office of Institutional Research is working to reformat materials in accordance with ADA requirements. If you need updated data that is not yet available on this webpage, please contact us at iroffice@fordham.edu.