University Profile

Student Enrollment
Set forth below are both headcount and full-time equivalent enrollments of the University for the past five academic years, based upon fall semester registrations. Also shown is the distinction between full and part-time students and change in student profile.

Enrollment- Headcount/FTE

Headcount
Full-Time Equivalent*
Fall
Undergrad
Graduate
Total
Undergrad
Graduate
Total
20075,2171,5936,8103,8608214,681
20085,2111,6096,8203,8439354,778
20095,3981,8377,2354,0291,1635,192
20105,6751,6877,3624,2771,1875,464
20115,2801,6026,8824,0311,2185,249
20124,6181,4896,1073,4541,1544,608
2013
4,340
1,361
5,701
3,236
1,081
4,316
2014
3,912
1,299
5,211
2,891
1,050
3,941

* Based on the Illinois Board of Higher Education definition of full-time equivalency. Undergrad student full-time equivalent is computed as the total number of Fall term full-time semester credit hours divided by 15. Graduate student full-time equivalent is computed as the total number of Fall term full-time semester credit hours divided by 12.

Enrollment- Full-Time/Part-Time

Full-TimePart-Time
FallUndergradGraduateTotalUndergradGraduateTotal
20073,3083763,6841,9091,2173,126
20083,3004743,7741,9111,1353,046
20093,5456614,2061,8531,1763,029
20103,8367304,5661,8399572,796
20113,5858614,4461,6957412,436
20123,0124673,4791,6061,0222,628
20132,8527383,5901,4886232,111
20142,4987363,2341,4145631,977

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Full-time enrollment for undergraduates is based on 12 hours and graduates is 9 hours. Part-time enrollment is anything less than the numbers noted respectively for each category. 

Student Profile

 2007200820092010201120122013**2014
Men28%28%29%30%29%29%29%30%
Women72%72%71%70%71%71%70%70%
Minority92%92%91%92%94%88%94%94%
Non-Minority8%8%9%7%6%12%6%6%
Average Age (includes graduates)3130303131313232
Average Age of Freshmen*2323222322222423
Average ACT Scores19.219.017.717.318.018.218.418.9

* This denotes the average age of all freshman students including new freshman first time students.
** Also note that 1% of the CSU population did not identify their gender. 
 

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Revised by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Research