Information and Data Management

Quick Stats - Autumn Enrollment

After viewing the following charts, if you want more information about enrolled students, visit:

SPU faculty and staff will find additional information under Resources For Faculty & Staff. Look under Student Information. Enrollment by program can be found under Academic Program Information (see "Enrollment by Graduate Program or Major/Minor").

Figure 1: Autumn Headcounts by Student Level
Autumn 1975-Current Fall Term
Data Source: Prior to 2005, data provided by the OIR Situational Analysis report. Since 2005, data is from OIR autumn Census data.

    1975 Total: 2,250
    • UG majors: 35
    • Master's programs: 4
    2005 Total: 3,873
    • UG majors: 54
    • UG minors: 42
    • Master's and post-master's programs: 12
    • Doctoral programs: 3
    2014 Total: 4,217
    • UG majors: 62
    • UG minors: 55
    • Master's and post-master's programs: 20
    • Doctoral programs: 5
    2015 Total: 4,175
    • UG majors: 60
    • UG minors: 53
    • Master's and post-master's programs: 24
    • Doctoral programs: 5

    Fall Enrollment by Level


Figure 2: Student Diversity by Gender and Ethnicity: All Student Levels
Autumn 1975-Current Fall Term
Data Source: Prior to 2005, data provided by the OIR Situational Analysis report. Since 2005, data is from OIR Fall Census data.

Student Diversity - Male Percentage and Ethnic Minority Percentage


Figure 3: Full-Time Equivalencies (FTE) by Student Level
Autumn 1980 - Current Fall Term
Data Source: Prior to 2000, data provided by the OBP enrollment reports. Since 2000, data is from quarterly registration statistics.

FTE is a calculation of the total undergraduate student credits divided by 15 and graduate credits divided by 9.

Autumn 1980 Total FTE: 2,457
Autumn 2015 Total FTE: 4,127

Student FTE


Figure 4: Percentage of Students Attending Full Time
Data Source: Prior to 2005, data provided by the OIR Situational Analysis report. Since 2005, data is from OIR autumn Census data.

Full-time status for undergraduate students is defined as those taking 12 credits or more. For graduate students, full-time status is based on students taking 6 or more credits.

Since 2000, over 90 percent of the undergraduate students enroll full time (15 or more credits).

Data prior to 2005 not currently available for students enrolled in graduate programs.
Percentage of Full-Time students in the Fall