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    *In 2014-15, the Office of Institutional Research went through an update of its database procedures and had to rebuild the tables it uses to publicly present data. We chose to start with five years of data to publicly report. One of the things introduced was a stronger delineation between Majors and Concentrations. Views have been added that break Majors out into their specific concentrations. If you have need for data prior to 2009, please feel free to fill out our REQUEST FORM for additional data.
    Information on Student Head Counts
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    Student Degrees Awarded
    Information Degrees Awarded
    Student Retention/Graduation
    Information on Graduation and Retention Rates
    Information on Employees
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    New definitions for race and ethnicity have been adopted to implement the US Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) 1997 Standards for Race and Ethnicity. Under the new guidelines, individuals may select an ethnicity and one or more races. Hispanic is defined as a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. To match Federal reporting guidelines, all who select Hispanic will be reported under this category and non-Hispanic individuals who select more than one race will be reported in the category titled, Two or More races. Those who select non-Hispanic and a single race will be reported under that race. The new definitions separate Asian, and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, however historical data reported under Asian may include Pacific Islanders.

    We are currently in the process of switching our data (including historical data) to the new definitions. Race/Ethnicity Data taken from this site prior to September 2010 may not exactly match current racial/ethnic role-ups due to the new definitions. Please let us know if you have any questions.

    Because head counts, hours, finances, and other elements of the University are always changing, Freezes - snapshots - are taken to use as static references

    As a practice, we try to take these freezes on a consistent calendar basis (take the snapshots the same time each year).

    After we freeze a set of data, we then take the time to confirm the data, and correct any errors using a consistent set of rules and practices before releasing the numbers to the general public.

    The general calendar when we anticipate public release:
    • Student Freeze: November
    • Employees Freeze: October
    • Financial Freeze: August
    • Sponsored Programs Freeze: November
    • Graduate Assistants: January
    • Student Credit Hours: November, March, August (the only one where we are using full academic year)
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    Student Enrollment by Level, Race and Gender for 2014

    LevelCitizenshipEthnicityRaceSub-totalTotal
    Non Resident AlienHispanicAmerican Indian/
    Native Alaskan
    AsianBlack/ African AmericanNative Hawaiian/
    Pacific Islander
    WhiteTwo or More RacesUnknown
    MFMFMFMFMFMFMFMFMFMF
    Total 1,075 494 322 271 23 18 214 175 670 677 7 7 8,869 8,007 228 237 289 274 11,697 10,160 21,857
    06 - Undergrad Subtotal 115 68 285 225 17 16 188 147 578 538 5 7 7,667 6,704 194 200 180 126 9,229 8,031 17,260
    12 - Grad Subtotal 960 426 37 46 6 2 26 28 92 139 2 0 1,202 1,303 34 37 109 148 2,468 2,129 4,597

    LevelCitizenshipEthnicityRaceSub-totalTotal
    Non Resident AlienHispanicAmerican Indian/
    Native Alaskan
    AsianBlack/ African AmericanNative Hawaiian/
    Pacific Islander
    WhiteTwo or More RacesUnknown
    MFMFMFMFMFMFMFMFMFMF
    Total 1,075 494 322 271 23 18 214 175 670 677 7 7 8,869 8,007 228 237 289 274 11,697 10,160 21,857
    01 - First Year (Freshman) 16 11 55 44 5 4 33 30 130 163 0 1 1,400 1,329 39 50 5 2 1,683 1,634 3,317
    02 - Second Year (Sophomore) 19 13 75 62 2 3 49 42 147 111 0 2 2,016 1,705 49 44 14 7 2,371 1,989 4,360
    03 - Third Year (Junior) 16 10 77 57 1 4 38 34 141 113 2 2 1,865 1,651 42 49 63 35 2,245 1,955 4,200
    04 - Fourth Year & Beyond (Senior) 34 24 78 61 9 5 64 41 155 143 3 2 2,317 1,978 64 55 96 77 2,820 2,386 5,206
    05 - Unclassified Undergraduate 30 10 0 1 0 0 4 0 5 8 0 0 69 41 0 2 2 5 110 67 177
    07 - Graduate I (Masters) 495 183 28 35 4 2 15 16 51 85 2 0 826 854 21 20 74 74 1,516 1,269 2,785
    08 - Graduate II (Doctoral) 462 241 7 10 2 0 11 12 34 29 0 0 336 249 11 15 25 28 888 584 1,472
    09 - Unclassified Graduate 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 18 0 0 36 182 2 1 9 42 58 246 304
    10 - Specialist 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 4 18 0 1 1 4 6 30 36


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    FALL enrollment reported to the Commission on Higher Education

    New definitions for race and ethnicity have been adopted to implement the US Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) 1997 Standards for Race and Ethnicity. Under the new guidelines, individuals may select an ethnicity and one or more races. Hispanic is defined as a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. To match Federal reporting guidelines, all who select Hispanic will be reported under this category and non-Hispanic individuals who select more than one race will be reported in the category titled, Two or More races. Those who select non-Hispanic and a single race will be reported under that race. The new definitions separate Asian, and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, however historical data reported under Asian may include Pacific Islanders.
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    Student Enrollment by Level for 2014




    Footnotes:
    FALL enrollment reported to the Commission on Higher Education

    New definitions for race and ethnicity have been adopted to implement the US Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) 1997 Standards for Race and Ethnicity. Under the new guidelines, individuals may select an ethnicity and one or more races. Hispanic is defined as a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. To match Federal reporting guidelines, all who select Hispanic will be reported under this category and non-Hispanic individuals who select more than one race will be reported in the category titled, Two or More races. Those who select non-Hispanic and a single race will be reported under that race. The new definitions separate Asian, and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, however historical data reported under Asian may include Pacific Islanders.

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