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University of Utah Enrollment, Retention, and Graduation Stats

Academic Years 2004-05 through 2009-2010

  • Over 40% of all undergraduates on campus are classified as Seniors.
  • 1 in 3 undergraduate students attends part-time.
  • Overall undergraduate enrollment was up this year by over 3%.

09 Undergrad Enrollment

  • Graduate Fall 2009 enrollments were up from 6,685 to 7,135.
  • Approximately 25% of graduate students on campus are classified as part-time.
  • 1 out of every 3 graduate student on campus is from out-of-state.

09 Grad Enrollment

  • Overall enrollment increase of 4% from the prior Fall Term.
  • Second Bachelor’s Degree students had a 16% growth in enrollment from prior Fall Term.
  • Origin of students: 91% from North America, 4.7% from Asia.
  • 54% of the student population is male.

09 Total Enrollment

  • The 2003 6-year graduation rate of 57.6% is the highest of prior graduating cohorts.
  • 36% of the 2003 cohort took greater than 4 years, and less than 6 years, to earn their degree.

09 Graduation Rates

  • Women have a greater Fall to Fall retention rate (by 15-20%) than men.
  • Minorities have an 6-year average retention rate of 74%.
  • Full time, first time students have a 3-4% greater retention rate than all first time students.

09 Retention Rates