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Facts at a Glance

Total Number of Students – 4,352

  • 2,303 undergraduate students
  • 2,049 graduate students

Status

  • 88% full-time undergraduate students (1,685 out of 2041)
  • 35% full-time graduate Students (527 out of 1806)

Racial/Ethnic Composition of Student Body

Undergraduates

  • 48% White: 1,164
  • 24% Hispanic: 583
  • 11% Black, non-Hispanic: 264
  • 4% Asian/Pacific Islander: 104
  • 1% International/Visiting: 28

Graduate students

  • 63% White: 1,408
  • 13% Hispanic: 303
  • 10% Black, non-Hispanic: 211
  • 3% Asian/Pacific Islander: 72

Degrees Granted

During the 2016 – 2017 academic year, The College of Education and Human Services awarded:

  • 628 Bachelor’s degrees
  • 659 Master’s degrees
  • 10 Doctoral degrees
  • 44 Post-baccalaureate certifications and certificates

Faculty Profile

  • 124 Full-time faculty
  • 30 Involved in funded research
  • 12 Serving on editorial boards of academic journals