Quick Facts

Fall 2016 Enrollment

Undergraduate/Graduate

Full-time

Part-time

Total

Undergraduate

21,494     

5,012

26,506

Graduate

1,852

2,010

3,862

Total

23,346

7,022

30,368

Residency

Full-time

Part-time

Total

Resident

15,229     

5,517

20,746

Non-Resident

8,117

1,505

9,622

Total

23,346

7,022

30,368

Campus

Full-time

Part-time

Total

Flagstaff (Includes Phoenix Biomedical)

20,254

1,880

22,134

Community Campuses

1,267

792

2,059

Yuma

336

195

531

Online (Includes Personalized Learning)

1,489

4,155

5,644

Total

23,346

7,022

30,368

Gender

Full-time

Part-time

Total

Female

13,821

4,531

18,352

Male

9,525

2,491

12,016

Total

23,346

7,022

30,368

IPEDS Ethnicity/Race   (unduplicated; one value per student)

Full-time

Part-time

Total

American Indian/Alaska Native (3%)

582

243

825

Asian (2%)

462

120

582

Black/African American (3%)

667

340

1,007

Hispanic/Latino (22%)

5,038

1,597

6,635

Native Hawaiian/Oth Pac Island (<1%)

61

18

79

Non-Resident Alien (International)  (4%)

1,184

107

1,291

Not Specified (1%)

203

139

342

Two or more (5%)

1,354

271

1,625

White (59%)

13,795

4,187

17,982

Total

23,346

7,022

30,368

All Declared IPEDS Ethnicity/Race Values (duplicated; one or more values per student)

Full-time

Part-time

Total

American Indian/Alaska Native 

1,142

374

1,516

Asian 

1,348

268

1,616

Black/African American 

1,277

495

1,772

Hispanic/Latino 

5,054

1,597

6,651

Native Hawaiian/Other Pac Island 

465

93

558

Not Specified 

1,220

238

1,458

White 

17,427

5,012

22,439

Total

27,933

8,077

36,010

Academic Level

Full-time

Part-time

Total

Freshman

6,204

799

7,003

Sophomore

4,731

470

5,201

Junior

5,050

1,240

6,290

Senior

5,359

2,056

7,415

Post Baccalaureate Undergraduate

146

345

491

High School Concurrent

0

4

4

Non-Degree Undergraduate

4

98

102

Graduate

1,848

1,909

3,757

Non-Degree Graduate

4

101

105

Total

23,346

7,022

30,368

Gender

Undergraduate

Graduate

Total

Female

15,699

2,653

18,352

Male

10,807

1,209

12,016

Total

26,506

3,862

30,368

Average Age

Undergraduate

23

Graduate

34

Top Undergraduate Academic Plan by Enrollment (does not include Post-Baccalaureate Students)

Criminology and Criminal Justice (BS)

 

Biomedical Science (BS)

 

Biology (BS)

 

Nursing (BSN)

 

Nursing-Opt Rgst Nurs (BSN)

 

Top Graduate Academic Plan by Enrollment

Administration (MADM)

 

Education Leadership-Principal K-12 (MED)

 

Physical Therapy-Entry Level (DPT)

 

Educational Leadership-Comm College (MED)

 

Human Relations (MED)

 

First-Time Full-time New Freshmen Test Score (Average)

SAT (Composite)

 

ACT (Composite)

 
Fall 2016 FTE

Career

Undergraduate

25,612

Graduate

3,098

Total

28,710

Fall 2016 Staff

Staff

Full Time

Part Time

 Total

Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians

5

 

5

Business and Financial Operations Occupations

461

28

489

Community, Social Service, Legal, Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports and Media Occupations

212

8

220

Computer, Engineering, and Science Occupations

346

21

367

Graduate Assistants - Research, Service and Teaching

 

608

608

Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations

22

13

35

Library and Student and Academic Affairs and Other Educational Services Occupations

40

2

42

Management Occupations

114

4

118

Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance Occupations

94

1

95

Office and Administrative Support Occupations

232

22

254

Postsecondary Teachers

1,094

569

1,663

Production, Transportation, and Material Moving Occupations

23

15

38

Service Occupations

195

2

197

Student and Academic Affairs and Other Education Services Occupations

208

13

221

Temporary

 

325

325

Grand Total

3,046

1,631

4,677

These data are based on revised IPEDS/SOC Human Resource categories; temporary hires (325) are not included in IPEDS reports.

Fall 2016 Full-time Faculty by Academic Rank

Rank

Female

Male

Total

Regents' Professor

3

9

12

Professor

104

177

281

Associate Professor

103

102

205

Assistant Professor

140

106

246

Instructor

41

30

71

Principal Lecturer

9

9

18

Senior Lecturer

32

24

56

Lecturer

114

91

205

Total

546

548

1,094

Fall 2016 Full-time Faculty by Tenure and Rank

Tenure

Rank

Female

Male

Total

Non-Tenure Eligible

Professor

10

6

16

Associate Professor

30

17

47

Assistant Professor

95

52

147

Instructor

41

30

71

Principal Lecturer

9

9

18

Senior Lecturer

32

24

56

Lecturer

114

91

205

Non-Tenure Eligible Total

331

229

560

Tenure Eligible

Professor

0

1

1

Associate Professor

2

5

7

Assistant Professor

44

54

98

Tenure Eligible Total

46

60

106

Tenured

Regents' Professor

3

9

12

 

Professor

94

170

264

 

Associate Professor

71

80

151

 

Assistant Professor

1

0

1

Tenured Total

169

259

428

Grand Total

546

548

1,094

 

Fall 2016 Average Class Size (Main Class)
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