Degrees Offered: 26 bachelor’s degrees, 24 master’s, 14 doctoral
Enrollment (Fall 2016): 13,450 total, 11,450 undergraduate, 2,000 graduate
Graduates (2015-16): 2,502 bachelors, 518 masters, 112 doctoral
Faculty and Staff (Fall 2016): 549 full-time faculty and more than 250 staff members
External Funding: For fiscal year 2015, the college received over $35.53 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, Sparks Hall, Haas Howell and Rialto, Art & Humanities Building, Kell Hall, Natural Science Center and Annex, 1 Park Place, 25 Park Place, Education Building, Florence Kopleff Recital Hall, Dahlberg Hall Theater, Sculpture Building.
Fall 2016 figures do not include programs in the College of the Arts, which was established in summer 2016.