Diversity Statistics

Traditionally Under-Represented Student Groups (TUSG) were used to report the data below. TUSG includes all races except for European/Middle Eastern/White and Not Reported.

If a student indicates Hispanic identity, or their Visa and Citizenship status indicates they are a Non-Resident Alien, those statuses take precedence over any race selection. If the student choose not to answer either question, they are considered unknown or not reported.

The workforce diversity data presented below utilizes the IPEDs Race/Ethnicity methodology where if an employee indicates Hispanic identity, or their Visa and Citizenship status indicates they are a Non-Resident Alien, those statuses take precedence over any race selection. If the employee chose not to answer either question, they are considered unknown or not reported.

Student diversity 2019 through 2010, and five year trend. See below for summary of results.

Student Diversity - 5 Year Trend
Between 2015 and 2019 student diversity increased 7%. 2015 30%; 2016 31%; 2017 33%; 2018 35%; 2019 37%.

Student Diversity 2019-2020
The total student count for Fall 2019-2020 is 11,516 with 4,251 students identifying as coming from a traditionally under represented student group. The breakdown of race/ethnicity is 55.2% European/Middle Eastern/White; 18.1% Hispanic/Latino; 8.4% Multiracial; 7.9% Not Reported; 4.7% Asian; 4.2% African American/Black; 1% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; .6% Alaskan/Native American.


Workforce diversity 2019 through 2010, and five year trend. See below for summary of results.

Workforce Diversity – 5 Year Trend
Between 2015 and 2019 employee diversity increased 3%. 2015 13%; 2016 13%; 2017 15%; 2018 15%; 2019 16%.

Workforce Diversity 2019-2020
The total employee count for Fall 2019-2020 is 1,946 with 317 employees identifying as coming from a traditionally under represented group. The breakdown of race/ethnicity is 83.5% European/Middle Eastern/White; 8% Hispanic/Latino; 2.2% Multiracial; .2% Not Reported; 3% Asian; 1.9% African American/Black; .3% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; .6% Alaskan/Native American.


Faculty diversity 2019 through 2010, and five year trend. See below for summary of results.

Faculty Diversity – 5 Year Trend
Between 2015 and 2019 faculty diversity increased 2%. 2015 13%; 2016 12%; 2017 14%; 2018 14%; 2019 15%.

Faculty Diversity 2019 – 2020
The total faculty count for Fall 2019-2020 is 777 with 115 faculty identifying as coming from a traditionally under represented group. The breakdown of race/ethnicity is 85.1% European/Middle Eastern/White; 4.2% Hispanic/Latino; 1.3% Multiracial; .1% Not Reported; 5.5% Asian; 2.3% African American/Black; .6% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; .3% Alaskan/Native American.


Staff diversity 2019 through 2010, and five year trend. See below for summary of results.

Staff Diversity – 5 Year Trend
Between 2015 and 2019 staff diversity increased 4%. 2015 13%; 2016 14%; 2017 15%; 2018 16%; 2019 17%.

Staff Diversity 2019 – 2020
The total staff count for Fall 2019-2020 is 1,188 with 204 staff identifying as coming from a traditionally under represented group. The breakdown of race/ethnicity is 82.6% European/Middle Eastern/White; 10.5% Hispanic/Latino; 2.7% Multiracial; .3% Not Reported; 1.3% Asian; 1.6% African American/Black; .1% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander; .8% Alaskan/Native American.