Quick Facts

Fall 2013

Fall Enrollment

  • Total Enrollment: 3180
  • Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)1: 3033.5

Academic Level

  N % of Total
Dual Enrollment 40 1.3
Freshman 1029 32.4
Sophomore 576 18.1
Junior 517 16.3
Senior 692 21.8
Post-Baccalaureate 4 0.1
Graduate 316 9.9
Educational Specialist 6 0.2
Total 3180

Gender

  N of Men % of Total N of Women % of Total Total
Undergraduate 1215 43.1 1603 56.9 2818
Graduate 58 18.0 264 82.0 322
Dual Enrollment 13 32.5 27 67.5 40
Total 1286 40.4 1894 59.6 3180

Academic Status

  Full-Time % of Total Part-Time % of Total Total
Undergraduate 2569 91.2 249 8.8 2818
Graduate 125 38.8 197 61.2 322
Dual Enrollment 1 2.5 39 97.5 40
Total 2695 84.7 485 15.3 3180

Average Age

  Years
Undergraduate 22.5
Graduate 33.6
All Students 23.6

Race / Ethnicity

  N % of Total
Am. Indian or Alaskan Native 2 0.2
Asian or Pacific Islander 12 0.4
Black (Non-Hispanic Origin) 3045 95.8
Hispanic 10 0.3
Multiracial 6 0.2
Prefer Not to Respond 17 0.5
White (Non-Hispanic Origin) 88 2.8
Total 3180

2012-2013 Degrees

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, FAMILY SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

  Bachelor Master’s Educational Specialist Total
Infant and Child Development 16 16
Electronics Engineering Technology 11 11
Plant Science 10 10
Veterinary Technology 9 9
Agricultural Economics 8 8
Agriculture Engineering Technology 4 4
Animal Science 3 3
Food and Nutrition 3 3
Ornamental Horticulture 1 1
Subtotal 65 65

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

  Bachelor Master’s Educational Specialist Total
Biology, General 70 70
Criminal Justice 58 58
Management 43 43
Psychology 43 43
Mass Communication 36 36
Social Work 26 26
Marketing 21 21
Mathematics 16 16
Accounting 11 11
Political Science 10 10
Computer Science 9 9
Chemistry 7 7
Commercial Design 7 7
Liberal Studies 7 7
English 6 6
Computer Information Systems 4 4
History, General 3 3
Music 2 2
Economics 1 1
General Business 1 1
Sociology 1 1
Subtotal 382 382

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

  Bachelor Master’s Educational Specialist Total
Middle Grades Education 20 20
Early Childhood Education/Special Education 17 17
Family Consumer Sciences Education 2 2
Agricultural Teacher Education (Vocational) 1 1
Health and Physical Education 1 1
Subtotal 41 41

COLLEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES

  Bachelor Master’s Educational Specialist Total
Mental Health Counseling 20 20
School Counselor Education 4 16 20
Rehabilitation Counseling 19 19
Biotechnology 8 8
Environmental Health 3 3
History, General 3 3
Animal Science 1 1
Biology, General 1 1
Mathematics 1 1
Middle Grades Education 1 1
Subtotal 61 16 77
  Bachelor Master’s Educational Specialist Total
Total 488 61 16 565
For additional information, contact:
The Office of Institutional Research, Planning & Effectiveness.
Ph. (478) 822-7596
OIRPE@fvsu.edu
1Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) is different from the number of students attending the university who are enrolled "full-time". Historically, FTES has been a measurement of enrollment derived by dividing total student credit units for a term by 12, both for the undergraduate and graduate level.

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