UW-Green Bay Fact Sheet, FALL 2006
Total Census Date Enrollment:    5,888 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 5452 287 5739 112 37 149 5888
               
Full-time (80%) 4621 20 4641 38 3 41 4682
Part-time (20%) 831 267 1098 74 34 108 1206
               
Men (35%) 1854 133 1987 36 11 47 2034
Women (65%) 3598 154 3854 76 26 102 3854
               
Any Fund 102 5205 91 5296 111 25 136 5432
Other Funds Only 247 196 443 1 12 13 456
               
FFTE definition 4898 109 5007 63 14 77 5084

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 70 of 72 counties 5193 269 5462 105 35 140 5602
31 Other States 228 9 237 5 0 5 242
24 Other Countries 31 9 40 2 2 4 44
               
Average Age 22.6 21.3 22.6 32.2 33.4 32.5 22.8
Percent over 25 15% 14% 15% 73% 81% 75% 17%
               
U.S. Students of Color            
Native American 92 11 103 6 1 7 110
Southeast Asian 104 4 108 0 0 0 108
Other Asian 65 1 66 0 0 0 66
Hispanic or Latino 66 2 68 2 1 3 71
African American 51 3 54 1 0 1 55
Sub-total(1) 378 21 399 9 2 11 410
Percent of Total 6.9% 7.3% 7.0% 8.0% 5.4% 7.4% 7.0%

(1) 377 of these students are taking 102-funded classes, representing 6.9% of all 102-funded students.  Last year, 346 Students of Color represented 6.5% of the 102-funded student population and the prior year the number was 321 for 5.9%. 

 

Ten Largest Majors
Degrees Granted in 2005-06 

(Link to additional details about majors and minors)

Business Admin. 187
Psychology 99
Human Development 91
Human Biology 63
Communication 63
Elementary Education 63
Nursing 49
Biology 45
Accounting 39
Social Work 37

 

                 Students by Class Standing

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Cost Information for the 2006-07 School Year   
(Link to the Bursar's Office)   (Link to Financial Aid)    


New Undergraduates Starting in Fall 2006

 

New Freshmen

New Transfers

  

 

Average Median Middle 50% score between...
Applicants  3500 1307    ACT Composite 22.6 22 20 and 25
Admits  2462  966    HS G.P.A. 3.31 3.34 3.04 and 3.64
Admit Ratio  70%  74%   
Enrolled  1033  602     
Yield  42%  62%     
 


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%  
2002 895 81.9%  
2003 957 75.0%  
2004 993 75.6%  
2005 895 76.5%  

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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 News for more information about which students are included in this summary.