SF State Facts 2008-2009 { University Communications }

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Students

Fall 2008

Number

Percent

Undergraduate 24,378 81.2
Graduate 5,636 18.8

Total

30,014

100

By Gender

   
Women 17,984 59.9
Men 12,030 40.1
 

By Ethnicity

(Undergraduate)*
   
African American 1,450 6.5
American Indian, Alaskan Native 133 0.6
Asian 5,735 25.6
Chicano, Mexican American 2,303 10.3
Latino 1,765 7.9
Filipino 2,245 10.0
Pacific Islander 259 1.2
White (Non-Latino) 7,321 32.7
All Other 1,168 5.2

Total

22,379

100

*Total excludes categories of "Decline to State" and "No response."

Average Age

Years

Undergraduate 22.9
Graduate 32.0
All Students 24.6

Where SF State Students Come From

Number

Percent

California 27,594 91.9
Nonresident Other States 398 1.3
Foreign Country 1,618 5.4
Exceptions* 404 1.3
*Faculty, Staff, Teachers and other exceptions

Top 10 Undergraduate Majors

1. Business Administration
2. Biology
3. Psychology
4. English
5. Cinema
6. Engineering
7. Art
8. Kinesiology
9. Journalism
10. Child & Adolescent Development

Degrees Conferred

Number

Percent

Behavioral and Social Sciences 1,602 22.1
Business 1,608 22.2
Creative Arts 874 12.1
Education 304 4.2
Ethnic Studies 100 1.4
Health and Human Services 971 13.4
Humanities 997 13.8
Interdisciplinary Studies 229 3.2
Science and Engineering 551 7.6
Total 7,236 100

Student Fees - Fall 2008

Resident fees: Undergraduate

Up to 6.0 units $1,242/semester
More than 6.0 $1,881/semester

Resident fees: Graduate

Up to 6.0 units $1,446/semester
More than 6.0 $2,235/semester

College of Business: Graduate students (MBA/MSBA programs excluding EMBA)

Up to 6.0 units  $2,146/semester
More than 6.0 $3,435/semester

Education Leadership Doctoral Program

Requires full-time enrollment  $4,320/semester

Nonresident Fees

$339 per unit, in addition to State University Fee and local fees

Financial Aid - Fall 2008

Percentage of students receiving financial aid 47
Percentage of financial aid students receiving grants or scholarships 70
Percentage of financial aid students receiving loans 68