Quick Facts

The following "Quick Facts" are designed as a quick reference guide to the information compiled in a variety of “Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness” venues. This overview consists of select data that were collected from various university departments for the purpose of planning, decision making and institutional improvement.

Student Enrollment 2015

Headcount

FTE

Overall Enrollment

3904

3915

Undergraduate

3614

3644

Graduate

290

272

 

Fall 2015 Freshman Class

Applicants

4,976

Acceptance Rate

74%

Yield

23%

Full-Time Matriculates

848

Part-Time Matriculates

6

 

Enrollment by Gender

Undergraduates

Full-time

Part-time

Headcount

Percent

Male

1503

56

1559

43.1%

Female

2001

54

2055

56.9%

Total

3504

110

3614

 

Graduates

Full-time

Part-time

Headcount

Percent

Male

39

29

68

23.4%

Female

151

71

222

76.6%

Total

190

100

290

 

 

Degree-Seeking Undergraduate Students

by Race/Ethnicity

Headcount

Percent

International Students

22

0.6%

Hispanic

451

12.5%

Black or African-American, non-Hispanic

364

10.1%

White, non-Hispanic

2,338

65.0%

American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic

65

1.8%

Asian, non-Hispanic

64

1.8%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic

3

0.1%

Two or more races, non-Hispanic

83

2.3%

Race and/or ethnicity unknown

205

5.7%

Total, Undergraduate Degree-Seeking

3,595

 

Degree-Seeking Graduate Students

by Race/Ethnicity

Headcount

Percent

International Students

22

7.6%

Hispanic

6

2.1%

Black or African-American, non-Hispanic

11

3.8%

White, non-Hispanic

212

73.1%

American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic

4

1.4%

Asian, non-Hispanic

7

2.4%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic

1

0.3%

Two or more races, non-Hispanic

4

1.4%

Race and/or ethnicity unknown

23

7.9%

Total, Graduate Degree-Seeking

290

 

 

Number of Degrees Conferred (2014-2015)

Bachelor’s

748

Double Majors

95

Master’s

180

Post-Master’s Certificates

6

 

Top 5 Majors of Bachelor Degrees Granted (2014-2015)

Major

Count

Percentage

Psychology Major

69

9.2%

Business Administration (BS)

65

8.7%

Music Education Major

61

8.2%

Childhood/Early Child Ed Major

60

8.0%

Speech Communication Major

40

5.3%

Total number of Bachelor’s degrees granted in 2014-2015

748

 

 

Top 5 Majors of Masters Degrees Granted (2014-2015)

Major

Count

Percentage

Childhood Education MST

38

21.1%

Literacy MSED

29

16.1%

Special Education Major MSED

24

13.3%

Curriculum & Instruction MSED

22

12.2%

Org Performance &Tech MS

11

6.1%

Total number of Master’s Degrees Awarded 2014-2015

180

 

 

 

1-year Retention (Persistence) Rate -- Undergraduate

Fall 2014 Cohort

74.9%

Fall 2013 Cohort

80.2%

Fall 2012 Cohort

74.3%

Fall 2011 Cohort

74.8%

Cohort Graduation Rates
(entering term)

4-Year

5-Year

6-Year

Transfer-out rate

Fall 2009

35.7%

52.4%

54.8%

 

Fall 2008

36.3%

52.4%

54.2%

27%

Fall 2007

29.7%

48.6%

51.3%

28%

Fall 2006

32.0%

49.3%

51.4%

29%

Graduation Rates may not match exactly Graduation Rates from SUNY.  This is due to some students graduating after data files were already submitted.

 

1-year Graduate Retention and Graduation Rates

 

Returned the Following Fall Semester

Graduated by the Following Fall Semester

Overall Returned or Graduated by Following Fall Semester

 

Cohort

N

%

N

%

N

%

Fall 2014

161

71

44%

51

32%

122

76%

Fall 2013

157

65

41%

58

37%

123

78%

Fall 2012

174

82

47%

68

39%

150

86%

Fall 2011

222

85

38%

95

43%

180

81%

Fall 2010

242

101

42%

103

43%

204

84%

 

Placement Rate (7-9 months out)

Class 2014 (Undergraduates)*

Total Placement Rate**

98%

Graduate School**

49%

Number Employed**

49%

*Class of 2015 data not yet available

**Percentages of respondents to survey (62% - 447 returned out of 723)

 

Placement Rate (7-9 months out)

Class 2014 (Graduates)*

Total Placement Rate**

98%

Graduate School**

3%

Number Employed**

95%

*Class of 2015 data not yet available

**Percentages of respondents to survey (50% - 91 returned out of 183)

 

6-Year Graduation Rate Detail

Below is the six-year graduation rate broken down by gender, financial aid status, and race/ethnicity for the cohort entering Fall 2009

 

 

By Gender

 

Male

44%

Female

63%

 

 

By Financial Aid Status

 

Received Pell Grant

52%

Received Stafford Loan, Not Receiving Pell Grant

55%

Not Receiving Pell Grant or Stafford Loan

58%

 

 

By Race/Ethnicity

 

American Indian/Alaska Native

25%

Asian

55%

Black

60%

Hispanic

54%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander

0%

White

56%

Non-Resident Alien

38%

Unknown

42%

More than one Race

58%

 

Tuition and Fees (2015-2016)

Undergraduate

Undergraduate In-State

Undergraduate Out of-State

Tuition & Fees (Annual)

$7,885

$17,735

Room & Board (Annual)

$11,705

$11,705

Graduate

Graduate In-State

Graduate Out-of State

Tuition & Fees (per semester)

$6,063

$11,733

Room & Board (per semester)

$5,710

$5,710

 

Financial Aid Profile (2015-2016)

Full-Time Undergraduates Receiving Aid

2,563

Full-Time Undergraduates Receiving Pell Grants

44% 

Average Aid Package (grants, loans, work-study) (Full-Time Undergrad)

$14,563

Average need-based scholarship or grant award (Full-Time Undergrad)

$8,230

Percentage of need that was met of students who were awarded any need-based aid (Full-Time Undergrad)

89%

 

Faculty (Fall 2015)

Total Number of Instructional Faculty

359

Total Number of Full Time Faculty

249

Total Number of Part-Time/Adjunct Faculty

110

Total Number with PhD/Terminal Degree

241

Total Number who are members of minority groups

33

Student-to-Faculty Ratio

13:1

 

National Survey of Student Engagement (2014)*

Freshmen

Seniors

% who rated the quality of relationships with faculty members at least a four (on a scale of 1(poor) to 7(excellent))

89%

 

93%

% who reported that they discussed their academic performance with a faculty member often or very often

37%

 

53%

% who reported that they talked about career plans with a faculty member or advisor often or very often

35%

 

62%

% who reported that they discussed course topics, ideas, or concepts with a faculty member outside of class often or very often

33%

 

56%

            *NSSE was not administered in Spring 2015

Student Opinion Survey (SOS) 2015

School Rank

School Rank

Other 11 University Colleges

Other 26 SUNY 4-year institutions

Academic Advising in your major

2 of 12

5 of 27

Availability of instructors outside of class

2 of 12

4 of 27

Had discussions, meetings, or conversations with instructors outside of class?

1 of 12

3 of 27

Received feedback (written or oral) from instructors on the quality of your work?

2 of 12

4 of 27

Student Life (Fall 2015)

Living in college-owned, -operated, or –affiliated housing

60%

Student Population involved in Greek Organizations

6%

Involved in Intercollegiate Athletics

7.5%

# Clubs & Organizations

82

 

Information Technology

# PCs for public and academic purposes

608

% of students who self-rated their computer skills as average or above average compared to the average person their age*

80%

* According to the CIRP Freshman Survey 2014 (CIRP not administered in Summer 2015)