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About Our Students

 

Millennial Students

Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Deb Moriarty provides background and advice for working with Millennial students.

  • View the Millennials handout that accompanies the presentation.

 

Student Demographics Quiz

Student Affairs created a quiz (PDF) to help familiarize you with Towson's unique student population.

 

Additional Student Demographics
The Office of Institutional Research provided the following statistics regarding Towson undergraduate and graduate students:

 

Headcount Enrollment: Fall 2013

 

Number of Students
Undergraduate
Graduate
Total
Total
18,779
3,720
22,499


Headcount Enrollment by Academic Career & Gender: Fall 2013

 

Gender
Undergraduate
Undergraduate
In Percentages
Graduate
Graduate In Percentages
Females
11,312
60%
2,615
70%
Males
7,467
40%
1,105
30%
Total 18,779   3,720  


Headcount Enrollment by Academic Career and Ethnicity: Fall 2013

 

Ethnicity
Undergraduate
In Percentages
Graduate
In Percentages
African-American or Black
2,846
15.2% 473 12.7%
American Indian or Alaska Native
34 0.3%
15
0.4%
Asian
904
4.8% 132 3.5%
Hispanic / Latino
973
5.2 %
89
2.4%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
16
0.1% 4 0.1%
White
12,219
65.1%
2,374
63.8%
Two or More Races
651
3.5%
55
1.5%
Unknown
742
4%
360

9.7%

Foreign / Non-Resident Alien
397
2.1%
218
5.9%
Total 18,779   3,720
 


Headcount Enrollment of New First-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduate Students by State of Residence: Fall 2013

 

Residency State
New First-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduate Students
In Percentages
Maryland
2,022
74%
New Jersey
314
11%
New York
158 6%
Pennsylvania
102
4%
Virginia
21
1%
Delaware
15
1%
Other Areas
104
4%
Total
2,747


 

Headcount Enrollment of New First-Time Degree-Seeking Students, Transfer Students, & First-in-Family to Attend College: Fall 2013

 

Undergraduate
In Percentages of all Undergraduate Students
New First-Time Degree-Seeking Students
2,747
15%
Transfer
2,299
12%
First in Family to Attend College 2,400 13%


Undergraduate Student Housing: Fall 2013

 

Type of Housing
First-time, first-year (freshman) students
All Undergraduate Students
Percent who live in college-owned,-operated, or-affiliated housing
84%
25%
Percent who live off campus or commute
16%
75%


Undergraduate Students Who Receive Financial Aid: Fall 2013

 

First-time, first-year (freshman) students
Full-time Undergrad (Incl. Fresh)
Number of students who were awarded any financial aid
1,392
8,404
The average financial aid package awarded**
$9,393
$9,410


** Excludes resources that were awarded to replace EFC (PLUS loans, unsubsidized loans, and private alternative loans)
Source: Common Data Set, Section H2

 

 



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E-mail: oai@towson.edu



 


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