semester enrollment report is based on information taken from the Universityís
student information system at the time of the semesterís census date (the tenth
day of classes).† These figures reflect
For fall 2003, 11,375 undergraduates are enrolled at
The average credit load for full-time undergraduates is 14.5 credits and for part-time students it is 6.7 credits.†
Freshmen and sophomores make up 26.4 and 19.4 percent of undergraduates, while juniors and seniors are 24.4 and 29.7 percent, respectively.
Sixty-two percent of undergraduates are female.† For those students who supply this information, 10.6 percent identify themselves as African American, 5.8 percent as Asian, 17.0 percent as Hispanic, 0.3 as Native American and 56.4 percent as White.† Almost 5 percent of undergraduates are international students.††
More than half, 54.8 percent, of undergraduates list
The five undergraduate majors with the most students enrolled are:† Business Administration, Psychology, Human Ecology, English, and Biology.† About 20.1 percent of undergraduates (2,292) have not yet declared a major.
Almost a third (32 percent) of full-time undergraduates live on-campus this fall, compared to a quarter (25 percent) in the fall of 2002.† The number of freshmen living on-campus this fall has increased over 4 percent; to 41.2 percent to 36.7 percent in the fall of 2002.
At the graduate level, 3,829 students are enrolled in fall 2003; an increase of 2.5 percent over last year.† Fifty-eight percent are degree-seeking and most, 79.4 percent, attend as part-time students.
For full-time graduate students, the average credit load this semester is 10.7 hours and for part-time students it is 4.4 hours.
For the Graduate students who do supply this information, 9.4 percent report they are African American, 3.9 percent are Asian, 7.4 percent are Hispanic, and 75 percent are White.† Almost 4 percent are international students, and predominantly graduate students are female (70.7 percent).
Sixty-one percent of enrolled graduate students are
The five graduate majors that enroll the most students are:† Business Administration, Counseling, Teaching, Administration and Supervision, Communication Sciences and Disorders.