Degrees Offered: 31 bachelor’s degrees, 31 masters, 13 doctoral
Enrollment (Fall 2012): 12,650 undergraduate, 2,081 graduate
Graduates (2012): 2,189 bachelors, 478 masters, 121 doctoral
Credit hours (Fall 2012): 206,877 undergraduate, 31,711 graduate
Faculty and Staff (Fall 2012): 640 full-time faculty and over 300 staff members
External Funding: For fiscal year 2013, the college received over $22.5 M in external funding from sources including NSF, NIH, NASA, and federal departments including Education, Energy, Defense, and Health and Human Services.
Facilities: Offices, labs, performance and exhibition facilities across campus, including Langdale Hall, Urban Life, Parker H. Petit Science Center, Haas Howell and Rialto, Art & Humanities Building, Kell Hall, Natural Science Center and Annex, 1 Park Place, 10 Park Place, 25 Park Place, Education Building, Florence Kopleff Recital Hall, Dahlberg Hall Theater, 34 Peachtree Bldg., Sculpture Building.