Quick Facts

Established 1960  
Carnegie Classification Public Master's Colleges and Universities: Larger programs
Highest degree offered Doctorate (EdD)
Academics Four colleges, 43 undergraduate major programs, 41 undergraduate minor programs, 15 master's programs, 1 doctoral program, and 7 credential programs
Calendar system Semester (4-1-4 prior to 2010/11)
Acreage 228 (Main campus); 102 (Stockton Center)
Net Asset Value of Endowment  11,638,407 million (as of June 30, 2016)

 

 

Fall 2016

 
*The quick facts reflect state-supported data, unless otherwise noted.

Enrollment

  Number Percent
Total Headcount 9,762  
Undergraduate (incl postbaccs seeking 2nd bachelor's degree) 8,620 88.3
  Degree-seeking  8,610 88.2
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 1,142 11.7
  Credential 431 4.4
  Master's 653 6.7
  Doctorate 36 0.4
  All other postbaccs 22 0.2
     
Total Full-Time Equivalent Student (FTES) Enrollment  8,241  
Undergraduate 7,355  
  Resident only 7,285  
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 886  
  Resident only 880  
     
Stockton Center    
Headcount enrollment 548  
FTES enrollment 193.6  
     
Gender    
Undergraduate 8,620  
  Female 5,578 64.7
  Male 3,042 35.3
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 1,142  
  Female 844 73.9
  Male 298 26.1
Overall 9,762  
  Female 6,422 65.8
  Male 3,340 34.2
     
Race/Ethnicity    
Overall 9,762  
  Nonresident Alien 320 3.3
  Hispanic/Latino 4,840 49.6
  Black or African American 218 2.2
  White 2,397 24.6
  American Indian or Alaska Native 33 0.3
  Asian 973 10.0
  Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 48 0.5
  Two or More Races 384 3.9
  Unknown 549 5.6
Undergraduate 8,620  
  Nonresident Alien 311 3.6
  Hispanic/Latino 4,367 50.7
  Black or African American 189 2.2
  White 2,007 23.3
  American Indian or Alaska Native 29 0.3
  Asian 903 10.5
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 46 0.5
  Two or More Races 336 3.9
  Unknown 432 5.0
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 1,142  
  Nonresident Alien 9 0.8
  Hispanic/Latino 473 41.4
  Black or African American 29 2.5
  White 390 34.2
  American Indian or Alaska Native 4 0.4
  Asian 70 6.1
  Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 2 0.2
  Two or More Races 48 4.2
  Unknown 117 10.2
     
Age    
Overall average age 24  
Undergraduate 8,620  
  Under 25 6,903 80.1
  25 or older 1,717 19.9
  Average Age (All Undergraduates) 23  
  Average Age (First-Time Freshmen) 18  
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 1,142  
  Under 25 293 25.7
  25 or older 849 74.3
  Average Age 31  
     
Geographic Origin    
California 9,665 99.0
  6-County Service Region (Stanislaus, Merced, San Joaquin, Tuolumne, Calaveras, & Mariposa counties) 8,156 83.5
Out-of-State 36 0.4
Out-of-Country 61 0.6
     
     
Academic or Class Level    
Freshman 2,118 21.7
Sophomore  1,144 11.7
Junior 2,394 24.5
Senior 2,958 30.3
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 1,148 11.8
     
Unit Load    
Undergraduate 8,620  
  Full-Time (12 or more units) 7,217 83.7
  Part-Time (Less than 12 units) 1,403 16.3
  Average Unit Load 12.80  
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 1,142  
  Full-Time (9 or more units) 754 66.0
  Part-Time (Less than 9 units) 388 34.0
  Average Unit Load 10.23  
     
Headcount by College    
Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (COAHSS) 2,384 24.4
Business Administration (CBA) 1,623 16.6
Education, Kinesiology & Social Work (COEKSW) 1,961 20.1
Science (COS) 3,082 31.6
  Pre-Nursing 260 2.7
Undeclared 712 7.3
  Undeclared - Biology Interest 24 0.2
  Undeclared - Kinesiology Interest 60 0.6
  Undeclared - Pre-Nursing Interest 246 2.5
     
Largest Enrolled Undergraduate Programs    
Business Administration (CBA) 1,457 16.9
Psychology (COS) 951 11.0
Biological Sciences (COS) 735 8.5
Criminal Justice (CAHSS) 664 7.7
Liberal Studies (COEKSW) 650 7.5
     
Largest Enrolled Graduate Programs    
Education (COEKSW) 237 34.2
Social Work (COEKSW) 150 21.7
Business Administration (CBA) 72 10.4
Psychology (COS) 60 8.7
Public Administration (CAHSS) 54 7.8
Graduate program (master's + doctorate) subtotal 692  
     
Undergraduate Pell Grant Recipients 5,050 58.7
     

Admission Applicants & New Students (Fall Semester)

  Number Percent
First-Time Freshmen (Fall 2016)    
Applicants 7,618  
Admitted Applicants 5,663  
Enrolled Applicants 1,389  
  Average High School GPA 3.32  
  Average SAT score 906  
  Average ACT score 19  
  Under-represented minority (URM) 820 59.0
  CA public high school graduate 1,350 97.2
  First-generation college student 1,107 79.7
  Pell Grant eligible 853 61.4
  Pell Grant recipients 833 60.0
  From 6-county service region 1,071 77.1
     
First-Time Undergraduate Transfers (Fall 2016)    
Applicants 3,884  
Admitted Applicants 2,332  
Enrolled Applicants 1,078  
  Under-represented minority (URM) 557 51.7
  CA community college transfers 987 91.6
  First-generation college student 810 75.1
  Pell Grant eligible 698 64.7
  Pell Grant recipient 676 62.7
  From 6-county service region 938 87.0
     
Postbaccalaureate/Graduates (Fall 2016)    
Applicants 1,110  
Admitted Applicants 506  
Enrolled Applicants 416  
     

Retention and Graduation Rates

  Number Percent
First-Time Full-Time Freshmen (IPEDS/CSREDE/GI rates)  
One-Year Retention Rate   85.1
Four-Year Graduation Rate   14.4
Five-Year Graduation Rate   39.3
Six-Year Graduation Rate   57.4

4-Year Average Student-Right-

To-Know Graduation Rate

54.5
     
First-Time Transfers (CSRDE/GI rates)    
One-Year Retention Rate   85.4
Two-Year Graduation Rate   34.8
Four-Year Graduation Rate   76.2
Six-Year Graduation Rate   79.1
     
*Section includes self-supported data.

Degrees Awarded (July 1-June 30)

  Number Percent
Total degrees 2,142  
Bachelor degrees 1,829 85.4
Master degrees 296 16.2
Doctorate degrees 17 5.7
     
2nd majors (not included in above totals) 40  

Total Degrees Awarded (1960/61-2015/16)                       

52,841  

 

Largest Undergraduate Degrees Awarded

   
Business Administration 395 21.6
Psychology 245 13.4
Liberal Studies 177 9.7
Criminal Justice 150 8.2
Sociology 116 6.3
All other undergraduate degree programs 746 40.8
     
Largest Graduate Degrees Awarded    
Education (COEKSW) 112 35.8
Social Work 56 17.9
Business Administration (CBA) 49 15.7
Education & Credential 37 11.8
Psychology (COS) 26 8.3
All other graduate degree programs 53 16.9

 

   

 

Faculty and Staff (Fall Semester, as of Nov. 1)

  Number Percent
Total Employees (on the payroll as of Nov. 1) 1,128  
Faculty (Primary instruction) 584 51.8
  Full-Time 307 52.6
     Tenured/Tenure Track 245 79.8
  Part-Time 277 47.4

  Full-Time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF)(The sum of full-time faculty and 1/3 of part-time faculty.)

399  
Staff 544 48.2
  Full-Time 492 90.4
  Part-Time 52 9.6
     
     

Course Enrollment (Fall Census)

  Number Percent
Total class sections with undergraduates enrolled (Fall 2016) 1,842  
Average class size 28.1  
  Undergraduate average class size 26.9  
Student-to-faculty ratio (SFR) 21 to 1