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Adelphi University Fact Sheet

View Adelphi’s enrollment statistics and demographics.

 

Adelphi Enrollment Statistics – Fall 2016

Undergraduate Total
Arts and Sciences 1,850
Business 639
Education 426
Psychology 289
Nursing 1,418
Social Work 129
College of Professional and Continuing Studies (formerly University College) 296
General Studies 158
Total:
5,205
Graduate Total
Arts and Sciences 74
Business 378
Education 762
Psychology 255
Nursing 383
Social Work 610
College of Professional and Continuing Studies (formerly University College) 20
Total: 2,482
Total University: 7,687
Undergraduate Special Programs* Total
Honors College 275
Learning Resource Program 81
Bridges to Adelphi 96

*Also included in undergraduate totals above

Adelphi Student Demographic – Fall 2016

  New Freshmen Undergraduate Graduate
Percent from out of state 8.4% 6.2% 6.4%
Percent international students 2.3% 3.8% 9.0%
Percent in residence halls 37.5% 22.2% 1.3%
Age Undergraduate Graduate Total
Under 20 42.2% 0.0% 28.6%
20 to 24 45.1% 38.6% 43.0%
25 to 29 5.1% 26.0% 11.8%
30 to 39 4.1% 17.2% 8.3%
40 or above 3.5% 18.2% 8.3%
Sex Undergraduate Graduate Total
Men 31.4% 25.1% 29.4%
Women 68.6% 74.9% 70.6%
Race/Ethnicity* Undergraduate Graduate Total
Asian/Pacific Islanders 11.3% 8.4% 10.4%
Black 10.6% 18.0% 13.0%
Hispanic 17.9% 15.2% 17.0%
Native American 0.1% 0.2% 0.1%
White 57.7% 55.9% 57.1%
Two or More 2.3% 2.3% 2.3%

*Percentages are based on U.S. Residents with known race/ethnicity.

Full-time Undergraduates – Fall 2016

Sex
Men 31.4%
Women 68.6%
Race/Ethnicity
Asian/Pacific Islanders 10.6%
Black 9.0%
Hispanic 16.4%
Native American 0.1%
White 52.5%
Two or More 2.1%
Non-residents 3.3%
Unknown 6.0%
Pell Recipients
Percent receiving Pell 26.7%

Admissions Statistics – Fall 2016

First-time Freshmen*
Number of applicants 11,863
Percent accepted 70%
Enrollment/acceptance (yield) 15%
Mean SAT critical reading (verbal) 549.5
Mean SAT math 562.5
Mean SAT writing 551.8
Combined SAT (all 3 sections) 1,663.8
Mean High School GPA 3.5

*SAT Scores reported for regularly admitted freshmen

Undergraduate Transfers
Number of applicants 3,098
Percent accepted 37%
Enrollment/acceptance (yield) 52%
Mean previous college GPA 3.2

Instruction – Fall 2016

Student Faculty Ratio
Undergraduate 10:1
Graduate 10:1
Total: 10:1
Average Class Size
Undergraduate 21.1
Graduate 14.4

Faculty – Fall 2016

Full-time (including library) 334
Part-time 704
Part-time FTEs 315.8
Percent FT Faculty w/terminal degree 89%
Percent FT Faculty w/tenure 67%
Percent of FT Faculty who are Women 53%
Percent of FT Faculty who are Minority 24%

Degrees Awarded—2015-2016 (Summer, Fall, Spring)

A.A. 26
A.S. 0
B.A. 348
B.B.A. 137
B.F.A. 66
B.S. 782
B.S.W. 48
M.A. 249
M.B.A. 130
M.F.A. 6
M.P.H. 10
M.S. 276
M.S.W. 253
Advanced Certificate 120
Au.D. 4
Ph.D. 19
Postdoctoral 1
Total Degrees Awarded: 2,475

Post-Graduate Experience*

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Education after graduating from Adelphi

Baccalaureate
Undergraduates who continue to pursue a degree education one year after graduation (based on data from the National Student Clearinghouse for all 2014-2015 graduates) 31%
Students who reported continuing their education 37%
   Of those pursuing degree education in a Master’s Program (excluding M.B.A.) 65%
   Of those pursuing degree education in Business (M.B.A.) 13%
   Of those pursuing degree education in Law 5%
   Of those pursuing degree education in Medicine/Dentistry 7%
   Of those pursuing degree education in Doctoral Programs 6%

Employment after graduating from Adelphi

Baccalaureate
Employed within one year of graduation 86%
For those who work
Found a job within two months of graduation 21%
Found a job before graduation 38%
Hold jobs related to their major area of study 76%

*Based on a survey of the 2014-2015 graduates

Retention and Graduation Rates*

2010 six-year graduation rate 68.2%
2015 one-year retention rate 83.1%
By Race/Ethnicity (2010 six-year graduation rate)
Asian 82.4%
Black 56.1%
Hispanic 61.9%
White 70.7%
By Gender (2010 six-year graduation rate)
Men 60.0%
Women 71.8%
By Pell and Federal Subsidized Loans (2010 six-year graduation rate)
Pell 64.3%
Federal Subsidized Loans, No Pell 69.0%
No Pell or Subsidized Loans 70.8%

*First-time full-time freshmen

Annual Tuition and Financial Awards – Fall 2016

Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate
Full-time $35,740
Part-time per credit $1,040
Room and Board (Approximately) $14,052
Graduate
Full-time $35,290– $44,150
Part-time per credit $1,165 – $1,290

Financial Aid – Fall 2016

Full-time New Freshmen
Percent receiving institutional award 95.0%
Percent receiving any financial aid 98.8%
Full-time Undergraduate Transfers
Percent receiving institutional award 77.4%
Percent receiving any financial aid 87.6%
Full-time Undergraduates
Percent receiving institutional award 85.5%
Percent receiving any financial aid 93.7%
Percent of financial aid applicants receiving aid 99.5%
Average grant total $16,400
Average federal work study $400
Average loans $4,700
Average aid package $21,500

 

 
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