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President's Progress Report 2012: By the Numbers
Author: ucomm
Posted: March 6, 2012

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
College of Urban and Public Affairs
Graduate School of Education
Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science
School of Business Administration
School of Extended Studies
School of Fine and Performing Arts
School of Social Work

FRESHMAN SNAPSHOT
High school GPA 3.75+: 19%
High school mean GPA: 3.4
Average PSU class size: 24 students
Retention rate (fresh. to soph. standing): 72%

ALL STUDENT SNAPSHOT
Total: 29,703
Undergraduate: 23,222
Graduate: 6,481
Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas counties: 17,230
Oregon residents: 23,568
Top states: Washington, California, Hawaii
Top countries: Saudi Arabia, China, India, Japan, Vietnam

STUDENT DIVERSITY
White: 19,039
Asian: 2,165
Hispanic: 2,086
International: 1,952
African American: 880
Native American: 440
Pacific Islander: 176
Unidentified: 2,965

FULL-TIME TUITION AND FEES (ANNUAL)
Resident undergraduate: $7,764
Resident graduate: $13,632
Nonresident undergraduate: $22,983
Nonresident graduate: $20,400

FINANCIAL AID
Students receiving: 56%
Average dollar amount: $4,650
Breakdown of awards:
71% loans
22% grants and scholarships
7% other

SERVICE
Community partners: 600+
Top partners: Intel, OHSU, Portland Public Schools, City of Portland, Multnomah County, PGE
Community-based learning courses: Nearly 500
Student service hours: 1.5 million
Value of service hours: $28.4 million

DEGREES AWARDED IN 2011
Total: 5,784
Bachelor: 3,945
Master: 1,783
Doctoral: 56

TOP UNDERGRAD MAJORS
Accounting, Art, Biology, Management, Psychology

TRANSIT HUB
Students using mass transit: 40%
Driving alone: 22%
Walking: 17%
Bicycling: 12%
Carpooling and other: 9%

EMPLOYEES
Faculty: 1,601
Graduate assistants and temporary staff: 1,007
Administrative and research faculty: 991
Staff: 625

ANNUAL ECONOMIC IMPACT
$1.4 billion contribution