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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
IAPS 289
Nursing 1,418
Social Work 129
University College 296
General Studies 158
Total:
5,205
Graduate Total
Arts and Sciences 74
Business 378
Education 762
IAPS 255
Nursing 383
Social Work 610
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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