Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness
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Questions or information relating to the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Asmeen Radee', Institutional Research Specialist
Governors State University Fact Book 2013-14
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UNIVERSITY FAST FACTS FALL 2014
|TOTAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT |
| || |
| DEGREE SEEKING|
|NON-DEGREE SEEKING||185 |
| Undergraduate |
| Undergraduate|| 28|
| Graduate |
| Masters (N=1803)|| || || |
| Doctorate (N=231)|| || || |
| ENROLLMENT STATUS || || || |
| Doctorate|| 186|| Doctorate|| 45|
| RACE/ETHNICITY|| ||GENDER|| |
| White (N=2278)|| 43%|| Male (N=1723) ||30%|
| Black/African American (N=2222)|| 42%|| Female (N=4037)||70%|
| Hispanic/Latino (N=488)|| 9%|| Unreported (N16)|| |
| Asian (N=117)|| 2%|| || |
| American Indian/Alaska Native (N=15)|| 0%|| || |
| Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (N=8)|| 0%|| || |
| Two or More Races (N=101)|| 2%|| || |
| Nonresident Alien (N=118)|| 2%|| || |
| Race/Ethnicity Unknown (N=429)|| || || |
| AVERAGE AGE OF STUDENTS|| ||AVERAGE CREDIT HOURS|| |
| Undergraduate||30.2|| Undergraduate ||10.0|
| Graduate||36.3|| Graduate|| 7.3|
| DEGREES AWARDED (July 2013 - June 2014)|| || || |
| Undergraduate||976|| || |
| Masters||589|| || |
| Doctorate|| 57|| || |