Fall 2019 Fact Sheet

Enrollment

Total headcount: 2,022 (1,720 FTE) - does not include collaborative or outreach students 

Undergraduate students: 1,298 (1,124 FTE)

Traditional: 858 (831 full-time, 27 part-time)
Adult: 440 (206 full-time, 234 part-time)

  • by gender: 83% women, 17% men
  • by ethnicity: 69% white, 18% African-American, 10% all others, 3% unreported
  • by religion: 32% Catholic, 32% other Christian, 19% all others1, 17% unreported
  • by home: 60% Allegheny County, 35% other PA, 5% other states, <1% non-resident aliens

first year traditional undergraduates who live on campus: 83%
traditional undergraduates who live on campus: 42%

Graduate students: 724 (596 FTE)

Master: 649 (490 full-time, 159 part-time)
Doc: 75 (42 full-time, 33 part-time)

  • by gender: 86% women, 14% men
  • by ethnicity: 70% white, 13% African-American, 7% all others, 10% unreported
  • by religion: 27% Catholic, 28% other Christian, 21% all others1, 24% unreported

Retention

For first time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates of all ages who started in Fall 2018 and returned for Fall 2019

Total rate: 77.7%

  • 83% white
  • 71.9% African-American
  • 63.2% all underrepresented minorities**

Graduation Rates

For first time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates of all ages who started in Fall 2013

Overall: 4 years: 45%, 5 years: 55% , 6 years: 57%

  • white: 4 years: 47%, 5 years: 58%, 6 years: 58%
  • African-American: 4 years: 26%, 5 years: 37%, 6 years: 37%
  • all underrepresented minorities2: 4 years: 35%, 5 years: 45%, 6 years: 47%

Undergraduate career placement and enrollment in graduate school

For students who graduated between Aug. 1, 2017 and July 31, 2018.
 
Knowledge rates for graduates3
  • Outcome rate for job seekers: 95% bachelor's, 99% master's, 100% doctoral
  • Outcome rate for bachelor's graduates seeking continuing education: 93%
  • Outcome rate for master's graduates seeking continuing education: 100%

1It appears that many students are choosing "Other" rather than "Christian other than Catholic" when they do not find their Christian denomination listed
2Includes students who self-identify as: African-American, Hispanic, Native American/Alaskan Native, Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, or two or more races
3The percent of graduates for whom we have reasonable and verifiable information concerning their post-graduation career activities


Tuition and costs

For the 2019-2020 academic year


Current enrollment for the 2018-19 academic year (fall 2018, spring 2019 and summer 2019) is 2,356, of which, 76% receive Title IV financial aid.  Title IV aid includes Federal Pell Grant, FSEOG, Work-Study, and Federal Direct Loan.