USF Quick Facts*

Enrollment, Retention and Graduation Rates

Enrollment Data (Fall Census and IPEDS reporting date, September 7, 2018)

Total Enrollment: 10,714

Undergraduate Enrollment

Undergraduate Students Total 6,704
Arts and Sciences 3,916
Management 1,878
Nursing and Health Professions 867
Special Students 43

Graduate Enrollment

# 8 Law Re-Examinees are excluded from this number
Graduate Students Total 4,010
Arts and Sciences 1,018
Management 617
Nursing and Health Professions 798
Education 1,044
Special Students # 27
Law 506

Average First Time First Year High School GPA: 3.5

Average First Time First Year New Combined Verbal and Math SAT Scores: 1220

Retention Rates and Graduation Data

For the freshman class entering in the fall of 2017, the freshman-to-sophomore retention rate was 83.1%. The six-year graduation rate for Full-Time First-Time freshmen entering in fall 2012 was 74.9% and the 4-year graduation rate for the same group was 65.7%. (April/February IPEDS).

Number of Degrees Awarded (2017-2018, IPEDS Oct 2018 Completions)

Doctor’s 252
Master’s 1,475
Bachelor’s 1,669

Faculty and Staff

Faculty (IPEDS as of Nov 1, 2018)

Full-time 486
Part-time 688
Student to Faculty Ratio 13:1

Total Staff (IPEDS as of Nov 1, 2018)

Full-time 969
Part-time 67

College and Schools

College of Arts and Sciences, Marcelo Camperi, Dean

School of Education, Shabnam Koirala, Dean

School of Law, Susan Freiwald, Dean

School of Management, Charles Moses, Interim Dean

School of Nursing and Health Professions, Margaret W. Baker, Dean

University Library, Tyrone H. Cannon, Dean

Financial Data

Tuition (2019-2020; Board Approved Dec 2018)

Undergraduate (12-18 units): $ 49,740

Traditional Undergraduate Standard Package (Tuition, Fees, Room & Board): $ 65,692

Undergraduate Financial Aid (2017-2018)

76% of all degree seeking undergraduates were awarded some type financial aid and 27.6% were awarded Pell Grants. Average amount of all aid awarded (institution, federal, state , scholar, grant, loans, work) was $34,390.

32.6% of full-time, first-time freshman students were awarded Pell Grants and 82.8% were awarded institutional grants and scholarships averaging $26,021 and 85.3% were awarded some type financial aid.

Endowment (June 30, 2018, Treasury Department reported to NACUBO): $393,399,000

Board Approved Operating Budget in March 2019 (2019-2020): $488,408,000


*Last update: April 20, 2019