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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 FTE3,501
Housed on campus2,762 (79.7% of traditional undergraduates; 69.9% of men, 72.2% of women)
Commuters284 (8.2% of traditional undergraduates)
Off-campus/permission given365 (10.5% of traditional undergraduates)
Distance education (including College Now)472 (12.2% of undergraduate headcount)
  
Graduate headcount497 (female 62%, male 38%, minority 23%)
 Graduate FTE381 (87.7% of the headcount)

Academic programs

Degrees offered9 bachelor's, 4 master's, 1 doctorate
Authorized degree programs73 undergraduate, 5 graduate
Academic programs offered152 undergraduate

Graduation

Completion rate (undergraduate)72.2%
Awards conferred for 2017–18702 bachelor's, 2 postbaccalaureate certificates, 65 master's, 34 doctoral
 

Most popular undergraduate majors

Nursing461
Mechanical engineering238
Early childhood education170
Psychology115
Computer Science108
Industrial and Innovative Design102
 

Largest academic departments (for undergraduate students)

Nursing536
Engineering and Computer Science
524
Business Administration
471
Science and Mathematics 300
Education267
Art, Design, and Theatre208
 

Geographic representation (undergraduate)

States and U.S. territories48
Most popular state: OH1,597 (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%)
International68 (1.8%)
 

Church Affiliation

 
Baptist39.7%
Bible / Nondenominational31.3%
Other31.6%

New Students

Freshmen995
Average ACT26.7 (National average = 20.8)
Average SAT1237 (National average = 1060)
Average GPA3.86
Public school53%
Christian school25%
Home school21%
Private, non-Christian1%
Applications4,876
Acceptances3,806 
Matriculations995
Transfers126

Retention

Freshman to sophomore84.9%
  

Student Loan Default Rate

FY 20151.8%
FY 20141.1%
FY 20132%
FY 20122%
FY 20111.4%
  
National Average10.8%
State Average12.2%
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Faculty

Full-time237
Part-time2
Terminal degrees183
Student-to-faculty ratio15:1 undergraduate,
 7:1 graduate
  

Staff

Full-time322
Part-time53