Profile of Enrolled Students
Knowing the number of enrolled undergraduate and graduate students is vital to the operation of the University. Enrollment data that describe the characteristics of our student body are essential for successful academic programming, budgeting, financing, and other crucial strategic planning activities of the University.
Data for this section of the Fact Book are obtained from the Enrollment Census. Because this section contains numerous tables, it has been divided into four sub-sections for ease of use.
This sub-section provides a snapshot of the following characteristics of enrollees: Time Status; 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. This comprehensive picture is offered from three separate perspectives: Undergraduate by School and Site, Graduate by School and Site, and University-wide by Site.
ARCHIVES of Demographic Profiles from earlier terms
Longitudinal Enrollment Trends
This sub-section includes tables showing a 10-year history of Undergraduate and Graduate Enrollment by: Time Status; School; Geographic Origin; Race/Ethnicity; International Students by Country of Origin; Degree Program; and Field of Study.
Contents of this sub-section include a 5-year history of: Undergraduate Majors; Undergraduate Minors; and Graduate Disciplines – by School and Campus.
Tables in this sub-section provide a 5-year history of: International Undergraduate and Graduate Student Enrollment by Country of Origin; Visa Status; Gender; and Undergraduate Class Level.