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SVSU Fact Sheet-Fall 2010          

        

 

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 Enrollment

  Number Percent
Total Headcount 10,656 100.00%
       
Class Level    
  Undergraduate 8,647 81.58%
  Graduate 1,465 13.78%
  Teacher Cert 267 2.14%
  Non Degree 202 1.83%
  Specialist 75 0.70%
       
Gender    
  Male 4,256 39.94%
  Female 6,400 60.06%
       
Full/Part-Time Status    
  Full-time 7,921 74.33%
  Part-time 2,735 25.67%
       
Ethnicity    
  Native American 41 0.38%
  Asian American 74 0.69%
  African American 888 8.33%
  Hispanic 243 2.28%
  Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 4 0.04%
  White 8,460 79.39%
  Multi-racial 90 0.84%
  International 419 3.93%
  Canadian 40 0.38%
  Unknown 397 3.73%
       
Geographic Origin    
  Saginaw County 2,426 22.77%
  Bay County 1,215 11.40%
  Midland County 583 5.47%
  Tuscola County 515 4.83%
  Genesee County 715 6.71%
  Huron County 247 2.32%
  Macomb County 772 7.24%
  Oakland County 584 5.48%
  Wayne County 550 5.16%
  Other Michigan Counties 2,531 23.75%
  Other U.S. 59 0.55%
  International/Canadian 459 4.31%
       
College    
  Arts & Behavioral Sciences 2,099 19.7%
  Business & Management 1,296 12.2%
  Education 2,433 22.8%
  Health & Human Services 2,616 24.5%
  Science, Engineering & Technology 1,496 14.0%
  Undeclared 514 4.8%
  Non-Degree 202 1.9%
       
Age    
  Under age 25 7,547 70.82%
  Age 25 and over 3,109 29.18%
  Average Age - Undergraduate Students 23  
  Average Age - Graduate Students 33  
       

Degrees Offered

   
Bachelor of Applied Studies    
Bachelor of Arts    
Bachelor of Business Administration    
Bachelor of Fine Arts    
Bachelor of Professional Accountancy    
Bachelor of Science    
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering  
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering  
Bachelor of Science in Nursing    
Bachelor of Social Work    
Master of Arts in Communication and Digital Media Design
Master of Arts in Administrative Science  
Master of Arts in Teaching    
Master of Business Administration    
Master of Education    
Master of Science in Nursing    
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy  
Specialist in Education    
       

Accreditations

   
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education
American Chemical Society    
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
Council on Social Work Education    
National Association of Schools of Music     
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
National League for Nursing    
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools  
       

Degrees Conferred

   
Through Summer 2010    
  Baccalaureate 26,264  
  Masters 9,664  
  Specialists 273  
       

Faculty

   
Seventy-five percent of SVSU's 297 full-time faculty hold the highest degree in their field.
       

Financial Aid

   
SVSU offers a full range of financial assistance to students, including:
  • Need-based grants, loans and scholarships
  • Scholarships based on academic and other achievements
  • College Work-Study employment
  • Cooperative Education employment
  • Internships in selected majors
   
 
     
   
     
     

Undergraduate Tuitions and Fees

   
Application fee: $25    
2009-10 Tuition & Fees: $229.00/credit hour (Michigan Resident Undergraduate Courses)
2009-10 Room and Board: $7,768/academic year  
       

Athletics

   
SVSU is a member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Division II. There are nine intercollegiate sports open to men and nine to women.