2015 Enrollment Report

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2015 Enrollment Report
On behalf of hundreds of colleagues in Enrollment
Services, I am pleased to present the 2015
Enrollment Report. The report summarizes enrollment levels on our Columbus and regional campuses;
highlights key data about our undergraduate,
graduate and professional students; and provides
comparisons that capture nearly a decade’s worth
of statistics on meaningful measures such as number
of applications received, average ACT and degrees
awarded. Once again, the number of new record
highs tells a great university success story.
Enrolling well-prepared students, focusing on
their transition through campus-wide first-year
Undergraduate applications and enrollment, Columbus
45,919
42,791
40,000
35,475
30,000
While these record numbers tell an impressive story,
it is important to remember that within the numbers
are students, each on a unique path, each creating a
unique story. And behind these great students are
dedicated staff members who are committed to
attracting them and supporting them during their
years at the university. Thank you for all you do to
make Ohio State better every day.
Percent in top 10% of high school class
21,184
21,878
22,281
20,000
Our 2015 Columbus campus freshman class achieved
record-high quality measures, with an average ACT
composite average score of 28.9; 62 percent were
in the top 10 percent of their high school classes.
First-year student minority representation increased
to 18.6 percent of the incoming class, a record high;
the total enrollment of minority students at all campuses and levels also reached a record high of
11,805. Total enrollment at all campuses increased
to a record high of 65,184.
M. Dolan Evanovich
Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Planning
28,675
29,247
26,635
25,000
programming, and providing them with a tremendous
academic experience has resulted in a recordhigh first-year retention rate of 93.8 percent.
100
6,904
80
15,748
15,000
60
53
10,000
54
50
54
55
54
58
61
62
40
6,978
7,024
7,083
Enrolled
2010
7,186
Applicants
2009
6,904
2008
6,549
2007
6,607
6,041
1995
6,110
0
5,794
5,000
20
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
0
21
1995
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Undergraduate information (for the class of 2015)
Admission information, Columbus
Freshman enrollment
by campus
Total freshman applicants 45,919
Number admitted 19,851
ATI Enrolled freshmen
6,978
Columbus Academic qualifications
First-year retention: Ohio State’s first-year
retention for the class of 2014 was 93.8%,
well above the national average for
four-year colleges and universities.
Underrepresented minority students
retained at very high levels: 89.3% of
African American students returned for
a second year as did 94.2% of HispanicLatino students.
331
6,978
Lima 344
Mansfield 521
% in top 10% of high school class 62
% in top 25% of high school class 95
Marion 383
ACT Composite (middle 50%)
27–31
Newark 1,238
SAT Combined (middle 50%) 1190-1350
Demographics
Male/Female ratio
Minority students
49/51
1,301 (18.6%)
Lima
Agricultural Technical
Institute-Wooster
Mansfield
Marion
Newark
Residency distribution
Ohio residents
Domestic out-of-state students Columbus
4,883 (70%)
1,715 (25%)
International students 380 (5%)
Undergraduate trends, 2007–2015, Columbus
Average ACT composite
Percent in top 25% of high school class
100
32
28.0 28.1
27.5 27.8
27.0 27.3
28
89
28.9
28.5 28.8
24
91
85
89
89
89
92
95
95
80
60
22.8
46
20
1995
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Average SAT combined critical reading and math
40
20
1400
0
1269 1266
1243 1246 1256
1220 1224 1230 1235
1200
1074
1000
1995
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
1995
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Enrollment counts
Undergraduate distribution by major, Columbus
Arts and Sciences
16,186
35.7%
Business
6,62714.6%
Total university enrollment, all
levels, all campuses (2015)
Continuing Education
827
1.8%
Total65,184
Dental Hygiene
144
0.3%
Undergraduate51,759
Education and Human Ecology
3,643
8.0%
Graduate10,270
Engineering and Architecture
8,254
18.2%
Professional3,155
Exploration
3,3787.5%
Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences 2,490
5.5%
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
3.4%
1,519
Nursing
9422.1%
Pharmacy
3800.8%
Public Affairs
237
0.5%
Public Heath
262
0.6%
Social Work
400
0.9%
Total
Minority students, all levels
11,805
12,000
10,882
11,216
10,069 10,284
10,000
9,434
8,423 8,576
8,851
8,000
6,895
45,289100.0%
6,000
Enrollment by country and state, all levels and campuses
Top 13 countries: China, India, Korea (Republic of), Malaysia, Taiwan,
Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Indonesia, Turkey, Iran (Islamic Republic
of), Japan, Bangladesh
Top 12 states : Ohio, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, California, New
Jersey, Michigan, Maryland, Virginia, Indiana, Texas, Florida
Campus-change and transfer enrollment
Undergraduate
campus-change students
(from regional to Columbus)
Transfer students (from
two and four year colleges)
Autumn 2015
2,721
Autumn 2015
1,346
Autumn 2014
2,606
Autumn 2014
1,224
Autumn 2013
2,513
Autumn 2013
1,117
Autumn 2012
2,390
Autumn 2012
1,366
Autumn 2011
2,428
Autumn 2011
1,254
Autumn 2010 2,312
Autumn 2010 1,128
4,000
2,000
0
1995
2007 2008 2009 2010
2011
2,419 – Hispanic
2012
2013
2014 2015
3,672 – African American
98 – American Indian or Alaska Native
3,723– Asian
44 – Native Hawaiian or
other Pacific Islander
1,849– Two or more races
Number of international students, all levels
6,032 6,039
6,000
6,178 6,153
5,588
4,940
5,000
4,238
4,000
3,827
3,936
3,648
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
1995
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
2012 2013
2014 2015
Degree attainment and graduation
Degrees awarded
16,772
15,003
14,430
14,680
13,909
13,759
13,579
14,217
15732
15,000
Percent of undergraduates
graduating within six years
of enrolling
Percent of undergraduates
graduating within four years
of enrolling
100
100
16,030
80
78.0 79.7
82.4 83.2 83.5 83.1
80
10,000
60
58.5 61.4 58.5 58.7 58.5
60
52.6
5,000
0
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2012* 2013 2014
836 – Associate
832 – Doctorate
10,788 – Bachelor
861 – Professional
2,707 – Masters
6 – Certificate
40
40
20
20
2015
0
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
0
2010 2011* 2012* 2013 2014 2015
*Higher rate due to semester conversion
Graduate and professional information (Columbus)
For 2015
2010–2015
Enrolled graduate students
Columbus graduate student
applications
5,022
Ph.D. 4,679
Non-degree/Certificate
518
Columbus enrolled
post-baccalaureate professional
students, by college
Dentistry 442
Autumn 2015
17,003
Autumn 2014
17,819
Autumn 2013
18,317
Autumn 2012
18,986
Autumn 2011
17,632
Autumn 2010 15,905
Enrolled graduate students
Arts and Sciences
Business
2,662
26.0%
1,01710.0%
Education and Human Ecology
970
9.5%
Engineering and Architecture
1,973
19.3%
Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
496
4.9%
GRD Health Professions
410
4.0%
GRD Interdisciplinary
631
6.2%
3.1%
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
321
757
Autumn 2015
10,219
Nursing
7147.0%
Optometry252
Autumn 2014
10,389
Pharmacy
Pharmacy D. 503
Autumn 2013
10,013
Public Affairs
166
1.6%
645
Autumn 2012
10,034
Public Health
335
3.3%
Autumn 2011
10,575
Social Work
453
4.4%
Autumn 2010 10,665
Total
Law Medicine Veterinary Medicine
556
710.7%
10,219100.0%
Columbus enrolled post-baccalaureate
professional students
Autumn 2015
3,155
Autumn 2014
3,192
Autumn 2013
3,252
Autumn 2012
3,295
Autumn 2011
3,376
Autumn 2010
3,317
UAP160088, rev 5/16
Master’s Graduate distribution by major
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