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Students at the 2017 Bulldog Welcome Week Convocation

Student Profile

The UMD Student Body in Fall 2017

11,168 students enrolled at UMD. Of these, there were:  

  • 3,172 new students, including new freshmen, new graduate students, new non-degree seeking students and new professionals. New transfers and inter-campus transfers are not included in the new student headcount.

  • 5,812 men

  • 5,356 women

  • 9,199 degree seeking undergraduates.

  • 1,353 students who stated they belonged to underrepresented groups, including African American, American Indian, Asian/Pacific, Hawaiian, and Hispanic.

  • 295 international students.

  • 129 students participating in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) during 2016–17, receiving funding of approximately $232,200.

  • 1,021 students in graduate or professional programs.

The Graduating Class of 2015–16

1,875 students earned bachelors degrees:

  • College of Education and Human Service Professions: 378 graduates

  • College of Liberal Arts: 293 graduates

  • Labovitz School of Business and Economics: 463 graduates

  • School of Fine Arts: 125 graduates

  • Swenson College of Science and Engineering: 616 graduates

183 students earned masters degrees:

  • College of Education and Human Service Professions: 80 graduates

  • College of Liberal Arts: 26 graduates

  • Labovitz School of Business and Economics: 9 graduates

  • School of Fine Arts: 5 graduates

  • Swenson College of Science and Engineering: 63 graduates

Medical and Pharmacy Students

  • In 2015–16, 87 students completed their second year of medical school at the University of Minnesota Medical School's Duluth Campus.

  • In 2015–16, the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy's Duluth campus graduated 50 students in a combined class with the Twin Cities who earned the Pharm.D. degree.

  • In 2016, 1 student earned an Ed.D. in the College of Education and Human Service Professions.