Campus Facts at a Glance
Percentages represent the proportion of distinct students who are enrolled in credit-bearing classes as of the fall third-week census. Aggregated ethnicity categories follow federal IPEDS definitions for ethnicity, using students' self-reported identifications on the admission application. Underrepresented minority (URM) students include those who identify as Native American, Black/African American, Chicano/Latino, or Pacific Islander. Figures for low income and first generation status are based, respectively, on students' family income and parental education levels, as self-reported at application time. Students are defined as Pell recipients when they receive the need-based federal Pell grant for their entering term; Pell recipient status reported for the most recent year is provisional. Low income, first generation, and Pell measures include undergraduate students only. Medical residents are not included.
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