The UMD Student Body in Fall 2015
- The total student enrollment was 10,878. Of these, 3,003 were new students. New students include new freshmen, new graduate students, new non degree seeking and new professional. New transfers and inter-campus transfers are not included in new students headcount.
- The student body included 5,642 men and 5,207 women. 29 individuals did not indicate their gender.
- 8,245 students were degree seeking undergraduates.
- 1,216 students stated they were minority. Minorities represented included African American, American Indian, Asian/Pacific, Hawaiian, and Hispanic.
- 281 international students attended UMD.
- Approximately 135 students will participate in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) during 2015–16, receiving funding of approximately $206,000.
- 1,007 students were in graduate or professional programs.
The Graduating Class of 2014-2015
- 2,007 students earned bachelors degrees.
- College of Education and Human Service Professions: 444 graduates
- College of Liberal Arts: 389 graduates
- Labovitz School of Business and Economics: 484 graduates
- School of Fine Arts: 113 graduates
- Swenson College of Science and Engineering: 577 graduates
- 232 students earned masters degrees.
- College of Education and Human Service Professions: 84 graduates
- College of Liberal Arts: 62 graduates
- Labovitz School of Business and Economics: 9 graduates
- School of Fine Arts: 10 graduates
- Swenson College of Science and Engineering: 67 graduates
- In 2014-15, 61 students completed their second year of medical school at UMD.
- In 2014-15, the College of Pharmacy graduated 13 students in a combined class with the Twin Cities who earned the Pharm.D. degree.
- 4 students earned an Ed.D. in the College of Education and Human Service Professions.
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