Students

 

 NC State Facts 

 STUDENT STATISTICS

Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Fall 2015

 Total (On-Campus Plus Distance Education)

 1  Total Headcount Enrollment 33,819 34,376 34,767 34,340 34,009 33,989 34,015
 2  Total Undergraduate Enrollment 25,255 25,246 25,176 24,833 24,536 24,473 24,111
 3  Total Graduate Enrollment 8,564 9,130 9,591 9,507 9,473 9,516 9,904
 2a  Bachelors Enrollment 23,010 23,165 23,304 23,039 22,739 22,680 22,127
 3a  Masters Enrollment 4,397 4,860 5,082 5,029 4,994 5,020 5,363
 3b  Doctoral Enrollment 2,917 2,930 3,156 3,191 3,149 3,267 3,296
 3c  First Professional (DVM)  Enrollment 316 309 312 334 357 376 396
 4  Female Percent of Enrollment 44.5 44.5 44.1 44.2 44.4 44.3 44.8
 5  In-State Percent of Enrollment 84.2 83.2 81.5 80.8 79.9 78.6 77.7
 6  Minorities Percent of  Enrollment 16.6 17.5 17.7 18.3 18.4 18.8 18.9
 7  Number of Entering Freshmen 4,772 4,705 4,697 4,398 4,307 4,499 4,364
 7a  New Freshmen Bachelor’s  Degree 4,638 4,558 4,564 4,225 4,165 4,374 4,212
 7b  New Freshmen Associate Degree 134 147 133 173 142 125 152
 8  New Freshman Average SAT  Total Score 1183 1186 1190 1218 1242 1242 1256
 9  Latest Six-Year Cohort Graduation  Rate  73% 73% 72% 71% 74% 76% 76%

 On-Campus Only

 10  On-Campus Total Headcount  Enrollment 30,568 30,831 30,876 31,116 30,644 30,775 30,411
 11  On-Campus Undergraduate  Enrollment 23,600 23,560 23,476 23,661 23,286 23,229 22,712
 12  On-Campus Graduate Enrollment 6,968 7,271 7,400 7,455 7,358 7,546 7,699

 

NOTES:

STUDENT STATISTICS: Sources of Information:

  • Items 1-8, 10-12 Student Data File as submitted to UNC-General Administration
  • Item 9 – IPEDS reports

STUDENT STATISTICS — Explanatory Notes:

  • 1. Total Headcount Enrollment – Includes all students enrolled for one or more course in both on-campus regular fall term enrollment and distance education fall enrollment. Each person is counted only once. Excludes audit only.
  • 2. Undergraduate Enrollment – Includes bachelor’s, associate, and lifelong undergraduate students.
  • 3. Graduate Enrollment -Includes masters, doctoral, professional, graduate in education and lifelong graduate students.
  • 2a. Bachelors Enrollment – Includes only bachelor degree-seeking undergraduates.
  • 3a. Masters Enrollment – Includes only masters degree-seeking graduate students.
  • 3b. Doctoral Enrollment – Includes only Ph.D. degree-seeking graduate students.
  • 3c. First Professional Enrollment – Includes only DVM degree-seeking graduate students.
  • 4. Female Percent of Enrollment – Percent of headcount enrollment that is female.
  • 5. In-State Percent of Enrollment – Percent of headcount enrollment whose tuition residency is North Carolina.
  • 6. Minorities Percent of Enrollment – Percent of headcount enrollment who are African-American, Asian, Hispanic, Native American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, and Two or more races. Excludes international students.
  • 7. Number of new freshmen – first-time bachelor’s degree-seeking students and associate degree students.
    • 7a Bachelors Degree Freshmen Only (Undergraduates)
    • 7b Associate Degree Freshmen Only (Agricultural Institute)
  • 8. New Freshman Average SAT Total Score – The mean Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) total score-the sum of SAT math and SAT critical reading scores. Beginning in 2006 a SAT writing section was added and the SAT verbal was changed to SAT critical reading. At the present time the SAT writing scores are not included in the total reported in item 8.
  • 9. Latest Six Year Cohort Graduation Rate – The six year graduation rate for the class that entered six years earlier. For example, the fall 2009 number represents the rate for the 2003 new freshman cohort.
  • 10. On-campus Total Headcount Enrollment – Includes all on-campus students enrolled for one or more course in regular fall term with each person counted only once. Excludes audit only and extension students (distance education programs).
  • 11. On-campus Undergraduate Enrollment – Includes on-campus bachelors, associate, and lifelong undergraduate students.
  • 12. On-campus Graduate Enrollment – Includes only on-campus masters, doctoral, professional, graduate in education and lifelong graduate students.