UW-Green Bay Fact Sheet, FALL 2007
Total Census Date Enrollment:    6,063 Students

Enrollments by Undergraduate/Graduate Level and Degree-status

 

Undergraduate Students

Graduate Students

Grand Total
Degree Seeking Non-degree Seeking Sub-total Degree Seeking Non-degree Seeking Sub-total
All Students 5548 341 5889 142 32 174 6063
               
Full-time (77%) 4618 22 4640 44 2 46 4686
Part-time (23%) 930 319 1249 98 30 128 1377
               
Men (34%) 1917 84 2001 48 11 59 2089
Women (66%) 3634 225 3859 94 21 115 3974
               
Any Fund 102 5194 116 5310 142 25 167 5477
Other Funds Only 354 225 579 0 7 7 586
               
FFTE definition 4928 128 5056 77 12 89 5145

Geographic, Age, and Racial/Ethnic Origins

 

Undergraduate Students

Graduate Students

Grand Total
Degree Seeking Non-degree Seeking Sub-total Degree Seeking Non-degree Seeking Sub-total
Wisconsin Residents from 71 of 72 counties 5221 326 5547 134 29 163 5710
37 Other States 285 3 288 5 1 6 294
30 Other Countries 42 12 54 3 2 5 59
               
Average Age 23.0 22.1 23.0 33.0 34.7 33.3 23.3
Percent over 25 17% 18% 17% 73% 84% 75% 19%
               
U.S. Students of Color            
Native American 96 2 98 6 1 7 105
Southeast Asian 102 2 104 2 2 4 108
Other Asian 65 4 69 1 0 1 70
Hispanic or Latino 82 2 84 0 1 1 85
African American 40 2 42 0 1 1 43
Sub-total(1) 385 12 397 9 5 14 411
Percent of Total 6.9% 3.5% 6.7% 6.3% 15.6% 8.0% 6.8%

(1) 385 of these 411 students are taking 102-funded classes, representing 7.0% of all 102-funded students.  Last year, students of color represented 6.9% of the 102-funded student population.  The prior two years the rate was 6.5% and 5.9%. 

 

Ten Largest Majors
Degrees Granted in 2006-07 

(Link to additional details about majors and minors)

Business Admin. 168
Psychology 109
Human Development 91
Human Biology 89
Elementary Education 81
Communications 62
Nursing 48
History 47
Social Change & Dev 34
Social Work 32

 

                 Students by Class Standing

students by class standing

Cost Information for the 2007-08 School Year   
(Link to the Bursar's Office)   (Link to Financial Aid)    


New Undergraduates Starting in Fall 2007

 

New Freshmen

New Transfers

  

 

Average Median Middle 50% score between...
Applicants  3542 1445    ACT Composite 22.5 22 20 and 25
Admits  2462  1056    HS G.P.A. 3.27 3.29 2.98 and 3.60
Admit Ratio  70%  73%   
Enrolled  1001  696     
Yield  41%  66%     
 


Graduation and Retention Rates - "Student Right-to-Know"

Since July 1, 2000, all colleges and universities whose students use any federally-funded financial aid must inform current and prospective students and their parents about the school's graduation rates.  These graduation rates are calculated for groups of new full-time fall freshmen, who are tracked for a minimum of six years.  If you would like to get a printed copy of UW-Green Bay's graduation rates, please contact the Office of Institutional Research at (920)465-2374 or via e-mail at furlongd@uwgb.edu.

Fall

New Full-time Freshmen

Percent Retained to Second Fall Percent Graduated in Six or Fewer Years
1995 818 71.5% 41.8%
1996 982 70.8% 41.7%
1997 926 69.3% 44.4% 
1998 1005 67.6% 45.0%
1999 912 72.8% 46.9%
2000 980 73.8% 52.9%
2001 896 73.3%  53.0%
2002 895 81.9%  
2003 957 75.0%  
2004 993 75.6%  
2005 895 76.5%  
2006 1018 75.3%  

 Retention and Graduation Rates

Some Facts About the Learning Environment at UW-Green Bay

*Data on the fact sheet come from enrollments after ten days of fall classes.  See the Section for more information about which students are included in this summary.