Student-Faculty Ratios, most recent 10 years

This web page contains a summary of data concerning total numbers of students and faculty following national definitions established by the AAUP and the Common Data Set:

  • Student counts are officially established by the Registrar at the 10th day of classes in the fall semester.
  • Full-time faculty are defined as those full time employees whose “primary regular assignment” is instruction, excluding faculty on leave without pay, sabbatical replacements, librarians, coaches, and administrators (even if the latter do some teaching). All others who teach are counted (a “headcount”) as part-time.
  • The full time equivalent (FTE) for both students and faculty is estimated by adding to the full time total one-third the part time total: FTE = FT + (1/3)PT. The ratio of these two estimates is the Student-Faculty Ratio (SFR).
 
07-08
08-09
09-10
10-11
11-12
12-13
13-14
14-15
15-16
16-17
Student FTE Estimate 3004 3035 3052 3122 3135
3144
3096
3004
3019
3007
Faculty FTE Estimate 240.3 237.0 247.0 254.0 256.3
262.0
253.0
254.7
253.0
252.3
Student-Faculty Ratio 12.50 12.80 12.35 12.29 12.23 12.00 12.24 11.80 11.93 11.92
Student Headcounts:
07-08
08-09
09-10
10-11
11-12
12-13
13-14
14-15
15-16
16-17
Men (FT) 1333 1363 1352 1410 1373
1380
1352
1258
1289
1307
Women (FT) 1653 1653 1676 1695 1740
1748
1729
1731
1716
1683
Total Full Time 2986 3016 3028 3105 3113
3128
3081
2989
3005
2990
Men (PT) 23 16 32 22 34
26
18
24
10
22
Women (PT) 31 41 39 29 32
22
26
21
31
28
Total Part Time 54 57 71 51 66
48
44
45
41
50
Total Students 3040 3073 3099 3156 3179
3176
3125
3034
3046
3040
Faculty Headcounts:
07-08
08-09
09-10
10-11
11-12
12-13
13-14
14-15
15-16
16-17
Men (FT) 116 112 115 118 122 125 121 117 114 116
Women (FT) 81 82 92 95 96
98
92
98
99
97
Total Full Time
197 194 207 213 218
223
213
215
213
213
Men (PT) 63 68 65 59 53
63
59 60 59 55
Women (PT) 67 61 55 64 62
54
61
59
61
64
Total Part Time
130 129 120 123 115
117
120
119
120
119
Total Faculty 327 323 327 335 333
340
333
334
333
332