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Students

Number Percent
Enrollment -- Fall 2000
Undergraduate 20,365 75.9
Graduate 6,461 24.1
Total 26,826
 
By Gender
Men 10,475 39
Women 16,351 61
By Ethnicity (undergraduate)
African American 1,543 6.5
American Indian 159 0.7
Asian American 6,659 28.2
Chicano, Mexican American 1,622 6.8
Filipino 2,277 9.6
Other Latino 1,673 7.0
Pacific Islanders 167 0.7
White Non-Latino 8,462 35.6
All Other 1,167 4.9
Total number of students of color 15,303 59.5
Total number of students reporting ethnicity 23,765 88.6
Average Age
Undergraduate students 24
Graduate students 33
All students 26
 
Where SFSU Students Come From
California 24,783 92.4
Nonresidents
Other states 417 1.6
Visa students 1,625 6.1
 
Extended Learning enrollment (not regular SFSU students)
1999-2000 12,210  
 
Top 10 Undergraduate Majors
Business Administration
Psychology
Liberal Studies
Computer Science
Biology
Radio & T.V.
English
Cinema
Art
Kinesiology
 
Student Fees - Fall 2000
Resident fees for undergraduate students
Up to 6.0 units $613/semester
More than 6.0 $913/semester
Resident fees for graduate students
Up to 6.0 units $637/semester
More than 6.0 $952/semester
Nonresident tuition
$246 per unit, in addition to local fees
 
Financial Aid - Fall 2000
Students receiving financial aid 53%
Percentage of financial aid students receiving grants or scholarships 73%
Percentage of financial aid students receiving loans 73%
 
Degrees Conferred 1999-00
College Number Percent
Business 1,208 22.6
Behavioral and Social Sciences 888 16.6
Humanities 675 12.6
Creative Arts 714 13.4
Health and Human Services 699 13.1
Science and Engineering 498 9.3
Interdisciplinary Studies 335 6.4
Education 268 5.0
Ethnic Studies 52 1.0
Total (graduate and undergraduate) 5,337



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Information on this page was compiled in fall 2000.


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