Facts at a Glance

Total Number of Students - 4,020

  • 2,208 Undergraduate Students
  • 1,812 Graduate Students

New Students

  • 134 First-Time Undergraduate Students
  • 192 First-Time Transfer Students
  • 305 First-Time Graduate Students

Status

  • 57% Full-Time Undergraduate Students
  • 79% Full-Time Graduate Students

Racial/Ethnic Composition of Student Body

  • Undergraduates
    • White: 65%
    • Hispanic: 21%
    • Black, non-Hispanic: 8%
    • Asian/Pacific Islander: 3%
    • International: 0.67%
  • Graduate students
    • White: 75%
    • Black, non-Hispanic: 8%
    • Hispanic: 11%
    • Asian/Pacific Islander: 4%
    • International: 1%

Degrees Granted

During the 2010 - 2011 academic year, The College of Education and Human Services awarded:

  • 607 Bachelor's degrees
  • 556 Master's degrees
  • 1 Doctoral degree
  • 36 Post-Baccalaureate Certifications and Certificates
  • 90 Baccalaureate Certifications

Faculty Profile

  • 114 Full-Time Faculty
  • 22 involved in funded research
  • 13 serving on editorial boards of academic journals
  • 68% women
  • 31% people of color