UW-Green Bay Fact Sheet, FALL 2011
Total Enrollment:    6,665 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 6094 351 6445 124 96 220 6665
               
Full-time (70%) 4605 22 4627 53 1 54 4681
Part-time (30%) 1489 329 1818 71 95 166 1984
               
Men (36%) 2216 148 2364 40 15 55 2419
Women (64%) 3878 203 4081 84 81 165 4246
               
UW Full-time Equivalent (1 FTE = 15 undergraduate credits or 12 graduate credits) 5043 108 5150 82 18 101 5251

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 all 72 counties 5654 332 5986 115 96 211 6197
33 Other States 356 4 360 6 0 6 366
28 Other Countries 84 15 99 3 0 3 102
               
Average Age 24.3 21.8 24.2 31.2 41.1 35.5 24.6
Percent over 25 25% 17% 24% 73% 95% 82% 26%
               
U.S. Students of Color            
Native American, only 94 5 99 9 0 9 108
Southeast Asian, only 131 1 132 1 0 1 133
Other Asian, only 54 4 58 0 0 0 58
Hispanic/Latino, only 72 3 75 3 0 3 78
African American, only 60 0 60 3 1 4 64
Hawaiian, only 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
More than one race 182 11 193 3 0 3 196
Any Minority 597 24 621 19 1 20 641
Percent of Total 10% 7% 10% 15% 1% 9% 10%

 

Ten Largest Majors
Degrees Granted in 2010-11 

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Business Administration 177
Psychology 120
Interdisciplinary Studies 106
Human Biology 105
Human Development 88
Nursing  83
Elementary Education 76
Communication 71
Accounting 38
English 37

Chart of all 2010-11 graduates by major

                 Students by Class Standing

Students by Class

Cost Information for the 2011-12 School Year   
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New Undergraduates Starting in Fall 2011

 

New Freshmen

New Transfers

  

 

Average Median Middle 50% score between...
Applicants 3471 1720    ACT Composite 22.9 23 21 and 25
Admits 2232 1225    HS G.P.A. 3.33 3.34 3.01 and 3.66
Admit Ratio  64%  71%   
Enrolled  910  871    97% of students submitted ACT scores and 98% submitted HS grades.
Yield  41%  71%     


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 and Assessment 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
2000 929 74.2% 53.3%
2001 866 74.1%  53.5%
2002 896 81.4%  54.9%
2003 960 74.9% 51.7%
2004 989 75.7% 50.8%
2005 904 76.2% 54.5%
2006 1019 75.1%  
2007 987 72.4%  
2008 1000 74.4%  
2009 1037 73.2%  
2010 894 73.3%  

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Some Facts About the Learning Environment at UW-Green Bay

Class SizesStudents complete an array of lectures, labs and discussion sections, and independent learning activities (such as internships and individual research projects).

In Fall 2011, students enrolled in 699 sections of lecture courses and 116 labs and discussions.

Faculty and academic staff teach all lectures and most labs and discussions.

Approximately 11% of students are earning credit through independent activities, often in conjunction with regular classes.

Very few undergraduate lecture courses contain more than 75 students.  Over a quarter are very small, with under 20 students.  The most typical class contains between 20 and 40 students.  The median class contains 26 students.

UW-Green Bay's student-faculty ratio is 25-to-1.