Quick Facts 2016-17

I. FALL 2016 ENROLLMENT STATISTICS

A. Headcount

 
Delawareans Nonresidents Total
Undergraduate
Full-Time 6,774 10,962 17,736
Part-Time 541 233 774
Total 7,315 11,195 18,510
Graduate
Full-Time 410 2,589 2,999
Part-Time 450 345 795
Total 860 2,934 3,794
Professional and Continuing Studies 
Full-Time 20 5 25
Part-Time 483 197 680
Total 503 202 705
Total
Full-Time 7,204 13,556 20,760
Part-Time 1,474 775 2,249
Total 8,678 14,331 23,009

 

B. Matriculated Students by Ethnic Category

Undergraduate N %
Total 18,510 100.0
White 13,471 72.8
African American 1,067 5.8
Hispanic 1,451 7.8
Asian 952 5.1
Native American 19 0.1
International 749 4.0
Other 801 4.3
Graduate  N %
Total 3,794 100.0
White 1,857 48.9
African American 195 5.1
Hispanic 129 3.4
Asian 160 4.2
Native American 4 0.1
International 1,310 34.5
Other 139 3.7
II. 2016–17 DEGREE PROGRAMS
Associate’s 3
Bachelor’s 138
Master’s 121
–Joint Degrees Offered Within 13
Doctoral 62
III. FALL 2016 FRESHMAN ADMISSIONS STATISTICS
Delawareans Nonresidents Total
Total Applications 3,756 22,641 26,397
Completed Applications 3,455 21,001 24,456
Offered Admission 3,248 13,750 16,998
New Freshmen Enrolled 1,642 2,749 4,391
IV. 2016–17 TUITION, FEES, ROOM AND BOARD
Undergraduate Tuition
Resident $ 11,540
Nonresident 30,960
Undergraduate Fees
Total $ 1,290
Health Service 454
Student Center 238
Comprehensive 598
Graduate Tuition $ 30,960
Graduate Fees
Total $ 792
Health Service 454
Student Center 238
Recreation 100
Typical Room and Board
Total $ 12,068
Room 7,316
Board 4,752
V. 2015–16 DEGREES AWARDED as of OCTOBER 13, 2016
Associate’s Degrees 288
Bachelor’s Degrees 4,085
Master’s Degrees 889
Doctorates 315
VI. PRELIMINARY FACULTY AND STAFF as of OCTOBER 2016
Full-Time Part-Time Total
Faculty 1,197 30 1,227
Faculty Administrators 28 0 28
Exempt 1,821 58 1,879
Non-Exempt 787 33 820
Hourly 387 0 387
ALL EMPLOYEES 4,220 121 4,341
VII. FINANCES as of JUNE 30, 2016 ($ millions)
Operating Revenue $ 964.8
Expenditures for Externally Sponsored Activities 204.8
Endowment and Funds Invested with the Endowment 1,488.1
Long-term Debt and Capital Leases 540.3
VIII. FACILITIES as of OCTOBER 1, 2016
Total Square Footage 9,077,777
Buildings (Total Number) 451
    Academic 235
    Student Residence and Service 169
    Administrative 47
Land (Acres) 2,012
Students Housed-Capacity 6,767
Students Housed-Occupancy 7,109
IX. UNIVERSITY LIBRARY as of JUNE 30, 2016
Books and Bound Periodicals 2,790,000
E-Books (not a subset of above) 450,000
Microforms 3,300,000
Electronic and Print Journals and Newspapers 84,000
      (includes 83,000 electronic)
Other Resources (videos, maps, etc.) 480,000
      (includes 28,000 videos)
Databases 410
Research Guides to the Internet 250
Linear Feet of Manuscripts and Archives 9,500

 

X. ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERS as of OCTOBER 25, 2016

Dennis Assanis, President

Domenico Grasso, Provost

Alan Brangman, Executive Vice President and University Treasurer

Ann Ardis, Senior Vice Provost for Graduate and Professional Education

Beth Brand, Interim Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations

Glenn Carter, Vice President for Communications and Marketing

Jason Cash, Interim Vice President for Information Technologies

Trevor A. Dawes, Vice Provost for Libraries and Museums and May Morris University Librarian

Laure Ergin, Vice President and General Counsel

Jeffrey W. Garland, Vice President and University Secretary

Carol Henderson, Vice Provost for Diversity

Matt Kinservik, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs

Peter Krawchyk, Interim Vice President for Facilities, Real Estate and Auxiliary Services

Christopher Lucier, Vice President for Enrollment Management

Lynn Okagaki, Deputy Provost for Academic Affairs

Gregory S. Oler, Vice President for Finance and Deputy Treasurer

Christine Rawak, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services

Mary Messina Remmler, Vice President for Strategic Planning and Analysis

Charles Riordan, Deputy Provost for Research and Scholarship

Dawn Thompson, Vice President for Student Life

XI. COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION as of OCTOBER 25, 2016

Mark Rieger, Dean, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

George Watson, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Bruce Weber, Dean, Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics

Mohsen Badiey, Interim Dean, College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment

Carol Vukelich, Dean, College of Education and Human Development

Babatunde A. Ogunnaike, Dean, College of Engineering

Kathleen Matt, Dean, College of Health Sciences

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