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Campus Profile 2019–20

 

Enrollment

Total enrollment (undergraduate, graduate, College Now) 4,380  
   
Undergraduate headcount (includes College Now, part-time) 3,883 (female 54%, male 46%, minority 10.1%)
Traditional undergraduate (full-time, degree-seeking) 3,466 (89% of undergraduate headcount)
Undergraduate FTE 3,501
Housed on campus 2,762 (79.7% of traditional undergraduates; 69.9% of men, 72.2% of women)
Commuters 284 (8.2% of traditional undergraduates)
Off-campus/permission given 365 (10.5% of traditional undergraduates)
Distance education (including College Now) 472 (12.2% of undergraduate headcount)
   
 Graduate headcount 497 (female 62%, male 38%, minority 23%)
 Graduate FTE 381 (87.7% of the headcount)

Academic programs

Degrees offered 9 bachelor's, 4 master's, 1 doctorate
Authorized degree programs 73 undergraduate, 5 graduate
Academic programs offered 152 undergraduate

Graduation 

Completion rate (undergraduate) 72.2%
Awards conferred for 2017–18 702 bachelor's, 2 postbaccalaureate certificates, 65 master's, 34 doctoral

Most popular undergraduate majors

Nursing 461
Mechanical engineering 238
Early childhood education 170
Psychology 115
Computer Science 108
Industrial and Innovative Design 102

Largest academic departments (for undergraduate students)

Nursing 682
Business Administration 557
Engineering and Computer Science
524
Business Administration
471
Science and Mathematics 300
Education 287

Geographic representation (undergraduate)

States and U.S. territories 48
Most popular state: OH 1,597 (41.1%)
Contiguous states (IN, KY, MI, PA, WV) 938 (24.2%)
Midwest (IL,IN,IA,KS,MI, MN,MO,NE,ND,OH,SD,WI,WV) 2,564 (66.0%)
Northeast (CT,DE,ME,MD,MA,NH,NJ,NY,PA,RI,VT,DC) 712 (18.3%)
South (AL,AR,FL,GA,KY,LA,MS,NC,OK,SC,TN,TX,VA) 366 (9.4%)
West (AK,AZ,CA,CO,HI,ID,MT,NV,NM,OR,UT,WA,WY) 173 (4.5%)
International 68 (1.8%)
 

New Students

Freshmen 995

Average ACT

26.7 (National average = 20.8)

Average SAT

1237 (National average = 1060)

Average GPA

3.86

Public school

53%

Christian school

25%

Home school

21%

Private, non-Christian

1%
     

Applications

4,876  

Acceptances

3,806   

Matriculations

1099
1,099   
     
 Transfers 126  

Retention

Freshman to sophomore 84.9%  
     

Student Loan Default Rate

FY 2015 1.8%  
FY 2014 1.1%   
FY 2013  2%  
FY 2012  2%  
FY 2011 1.4%  
   
National Average 10.8%  
State Average 12.2%  
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Faculty

Full-time 237
 
Part-time 2  
Terminal degrees 183  
Student-to-faculty ratio

15:1 undergraduate,
7:1 graduate

 
     

Staff

Full-time 322  
Part-time 53  
165