Fact Sheet

Enrollment (2014–15)

Total Students 10,325
Female 67%
Ethnic* 46%
International 3%
Total Undergraduate Enrollment 6,160
Full-time 88%
Female 64%
Ethnic* 48%
International 2%
Traditional Undergraduate 5,558
Full-time 95%
Female 63%
Ethnic* 47%
International 2%
First-time Freshmen 1,046
Full-time 99%
Female 65%
Ethnic* 50% (29% Hispanic)
International 2%
Total Nontraditional Students
(Including Continuing APS Students)
713
Nontraditional Undergraduate 602
Female 75%
Ethnic* 60%
Part-time 80%
Nontraditional Graduate 111
Female 62%
Ethnic* 59%
Part-time 80%
Total Graduate 4,165
Full-time 46%
Female 71%
Ethnic* 43%
International 4%
Education Majors 32%
M.Div. Students 186
American Language and Culture Institute 43

*Ethnic category includes Black, Asian, Hispanic, American Indian or Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, and Two or More Ethnicities.

Degrees Granted (2013–14)*
Undergraduate 1,764
Graduate 1,176
  • Masters (Including M.Div.)
1,085
  • M.Div.
46
  • Doctorate
91
Total degrees granted 2,940

*Data from IPEDS Completion (10-15-14)

Total Full-time Equivalent Enrollment (FTE)* 8,329
Undergraduate 5,653
  • Traditional
5,373
  • Nontraditional
280
Graduate 2,676

*FTE based on Common Data Set definition: FTE = Total FT + 1/3 PT

Freshman-to-Sophomore Retention* 85%
Six-year Graduation Rate (2008 Cohort)* 67%

*Data from 2014–15 Common Data Set

Overall Student : Faculty Ratio* 12:1 (8,329/704)
  • Undergraduate Student : Faculty Ratio
16:1 (6,160/390)
  • Graduate Student : Faculty Ratio
9:1 (2,676/314)

*Student : Faculty Ratio = FTE students / FTE teaching faculty (administrative faculty are not included)

Full-Time Teaching Faculty Data
Full-time Teaching Faculty 447
  • Graduate
186
  • Undergraduate
261
  • Terminal degrees
67%
  • Ethnic
27%
  • Female
53%
Other Faculty
Adjunct faculty 733
  • Graduate
364
  • Undergraduate
369
Part-time Teaching Faculty 39
  • Graduate
20
  • Undergraduate
19
Administrative Faculty 39
Total Full-Time Faculty (FT Teaching + Administrative) 486
Financial Data (2013–14)
Annual Fund Giving $2,000,141
Value of Academic Funding $1,227,929
Total Combined Giving $8,323,367
Annual Budget $232,439,000
% Budget Supporting Instruction 37.46%
% Budget Supporting Student Services 14.07%
Book Value of Endowment $58,943,568
Financial Aid Data (2013–14)
% Undergraduates Receiving Any Financial Aid 89%
Total Aid Given to Undergraduate Students $106,157,168
First-Time Freshmen Test Score Averages
ACT Composite 24
SAT Composite 1092
SAT Verbal 546
SAT Math 546
Year-Long Numbers (2013–14):
Total Students 12,627
  • Total Undergraduate
7,229
  • Total Graduate
5,398
American Language and Culture Institute 61

Note: For more-detailed information, visit apu.edu/oira/commondata/ or apu.edu/oira/statistics/. Also, “Total Students” from the current year’s enrollment and past years’ yearlong numbers do not include American Language and Culture Institute enrollments or other non-degree-seeking enrollments.

Last updated February 17, 2015