Just the Facts

Administration: Jonathan R. Alger, President; A. Jerry Benson, Interim Provost & Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs; Nick L. Langridge, Acting Vice President for Advancement; Charles W. King Jr., Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance; Mark J. Warner, Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and University Planning.

Academic Divisions: College of Arts and Letters; College of Business; College of Education; College of Health and Behavioral Studies; College of Integrated Science and Engineering; College of Science and Mathematics; College of Visual and Performing Arts; The Graduate School.

Degree Programs Offered

Undergraduate: 69
Master’s: 31
Educational Specialist: 2
Doctoral: 7
Total: 109

Degrees Conferred (2009-10)

Undergraduate: 3,733
Graduate: 678
Total: 4,411

Enrollment (Fall 2010)

Undergraduate: 17,657
Graduate: 1,777
Full-Time: 17,872
Part-Time: 1,562
In-State: 71.4%
Out-of-State: 28.6%
Total enrollment: 19,434

Applicant details (Fall 2010)

First-Time Freshman Applicants: 22,221
First-Time Freshmen Enrolled: 4,001
Mean SAT (verbal and math only) Score (Freshman): 1146
Transfer Applicants: 2,224
Enrolled: 660
Total applicants: 24,445

Campus/Buildings (712 acres/111)

Academic/Administrative: 62
Support Facilities: 15
Student Housing: 34
TOTAL: 111

Budget (2010-11)

Total Operating Budget: $418.3m

Tuition and Fees (2011-12)

Undergraduate (per semester):
In-State: $4,224
Out-of-State: $10,869
Room and Board: $4,004