Demographics

Freshmen

  • 38% male/62% female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 37% of all freshmen
  • 63 percent are from out of state; 44 states (plus DC, PR, VI), 2 percent are international; 7 countries are represented
  • 99.5 percent are full-time; .5 percent part-time
  • The average high school grade point average of our freshmen is 3.58
  • SAT scores (middle 50%) Critical Reading 520–630, Math 500 – 610
  • ACT scores (middle 50%) range from 23-29 (71% of freshmen submitted the ACT
  • 615 freshmen students, 25% of the total undergraduates population are new freshmen
  • 84% freshmen live on campus; 16% commute
  • 80 percent of freshmen receive some form of financial aid

Undergraduate

  • 40% male/60% female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 39% of all freshmen
  • 57 percent are from out of state; 48 states (plus DC, PR, VI), 4 percent are international; 39 countries are represented
  • 94 percent are full-time; 6 percent part-time
  • 2,506 undergraduate students, 65% of the total population is undergraduate
  • 49 percent of undergraduates live on campus; 51% commute
  • 89 percent of undergraduates receive some form of financial aid

Graduate

  • 21 percent male; 79 percent female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 27 percent of student body
  • 60 percent are from out of state; 44 states (including DC, PR, VI) are represented
  • 1 percent are international; 12 countries are represented
  • 59 percent are full-time; 41 percent part-time
  • 635 graduate students, 134 continuing education students are enrolled; graduate population 17% of the total enrollment
  • < 1 percent of graduate students live on campus

Doctoral

  • 6 percent male; 94 percent female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 38 percent of student body
  • 66 percent are from out of state; 20 states (including DC, PR, VI) are represented
  • 0 percent are international; 1 countries are represented
  • 87 percent are full-time; 13 percent part-time
  • 82 Doctorate students; Doctoral students make up 2% of the total enrollment
  • 0 percent of doctoral students live on campus

Law

  • 47 percent male; 53 percent female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 29 percent of student body
  • 23 percent are from out of state; 28 states (including DC, PR, VI) are represented
  • 2 percent are international; 8 countries are represented
  • 79 percent are full-time; 21 percent part-time
  • 479 law students are enrolled; law students make up 12% of the total enrollment
  • 4 percent of Law students live on campus

Updated December 2016 with Fall 2016 data; next upate Fall 2017

Source: Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness Fact Book