CENSUS ENROLLMENT REPORT – SPRING 2015

SPRING 2015 ENROLLMENT SUMMARY AS OF JANUARY 22, 2015


Table 1: Total Headcount
Spring Term
Total
Undergraduate
% of Total
Graduate
% of Total
Non-Degree
% of Total








2015
5,523
4,210
76.2%
1,222
22.1%
91
1.7%
2014
5,283
4,005
75.8%
1,178
22.3%
100
1.9%



Table 2: Headcount by Residency and Gender
% of
% of
Non-
Spring Term
Total
% Total
Undergraduate
Undergraduate
Graduate
Graduate
Degree
Resident







2015
3,354
60.7%
2,673
63.5%
629
51.5%
52
2014
3,319
62.8%
2,617
65.3%
635
53.9%
67








Non-Resident







2015
2,169
39.3%
1,537
36.5%
593
48.5%
40
2014
1,964
37.2%
1,388
34.7%
543
46.1%
33








Female







2015
1,492
27.0%
1,127
26.8%
340
27.8%
25
2014
1,411
26.7%
1,083
27.0%
301
25.6%
27








Male







2015
4,031
73.0%
3,083
73.2%
882
72.2%
66
2014
3,872
73.3%
2,922
73.0%
877
74.4%
73



Table 3: Headcount by Ethnic, Multi-Racial and International
Total
% Total
Undergraduate
% of
Graduate
% of
Non-
Spring Term
Undergraduate
Graduate
Degree
Ethnic,







Multi-Racial
2015
907
16.4%
769
18.3%
124
10.1%
14
2014
860
16.3%
737
18.4%
113
9.6%
10








International







2015
652
11.8%
230
5.5%
390
31.9%
32
2014
572
10.8%
179
4.5%
362
30.7%
31

Comparison Data are for the Spring Terms.

Prepared by: Tricia J. Douthit
Institutional Research
(303) 273-3383



Table 4: Spring 2015 New Students

Undergraduate
Graduate
Spring Term
Total
% Total
Freshmen
Transfer
Total
% Total
Master’s
PhD’s
Total








2015
90

6
84
128

86
42
2014
78

2
76
106

82
24









Resident








2015
66
73.3%
2
64
62
48.4%
46
16
2014
66
84.6%
1
65
53
50.0%
44
9









Non-Resident








2015
24
26.7%
4
20
66
51.6%
40
26
2014
12
15.4%
1
11
53
50.0%
38
15









Female








2015
16
17.8%
3
13
27
21.1%
18
9
2014
16
20.5%
1
15
27
25.5%
23
4









Male








2015
74
82.2%
3
71
101
78.9%
68
33
2014
62
79.5%
1
61
79
74.5%
59
20









Ethnic,








Multi-Racial
2015
15
16.7%
1
14
17
13.3%
16
1
2014
13
16.7%
0
13
8
7.5%
8
0









International








2015
13
14.4%
2
11
38
29.7%
19
19
2014
8
10.3%
0
8
31
29.2%
19
12


Comparison Data are for the Spring Terms.

Prepared by: Tricia J. Douthit
Institutional Research
(303) 273-3383