Student headcount and FTES for the most recent Fall semester are shown by academic level and residence status for fee purposes. A student/faculty ratio and average class size are also provided.
The percentage distribution of students' racial and ethnic background for the most recent Fall semester are shown by academic level.
The following figures are shown by student level for the most recent academic year: the percentage of students receiving grant or scholarship aid, the average stipend received, the percentage of students receiving loan funding, and median loan amount received.
Degrees granted during the most recent College year are shown by level and racial and ethnic background.
Degrees Programs offered during the most recent academic year are shown by level.
Several facets of undergraduate retention are summarized for the most recent appropriate Fall entry cohorts: one-year continuation rates for first time freshmen and transfer students, three-year graduation rates for transfer students, six-year graduation rates for first time freshmen, and both groups' "likely graduates," a frequently used CSU indicator of the number of eventual graduates.
This section presents the following faculty characteristics: headcount, academic rank, racial and ethnic background. Each characteristic is shown for the most recent Fall semester and for tenured/tenure track and adjunct faculty groups.
The number and percentage of full- and part-time staff members are shown for the most recent Fall semester.
Information in this section includes the following campus facilities data: main campus acreage, campus gross square feet, student housing capacity, total number of parking spaces, capital outlay budget total, and energy/sustainability facts.
Key IPEDS financial indicators for the most recent fiscal year are shown in this section: state general fund appropriations, revenues, and expenditures.
Indicators of the university’s information technology capacity in the most recent Fall term are shown in this section: percentage of smart classrooms, number of general use computers available to students, number of campus computer labs, and statistics related to email and spam.