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Fact Sheet Fall 2015

 

Enrollment

   
   Number  Percent
Total Headcount 9,766 100.00%
 
Class Level
  Undergraduate 8,434 86.36%
  Graduate 788 8.07%
 

Specialist

18 .18%
  Doctoral 41 .42%
  Teacher Cert 154 1.58%
  Non-Degree 331 3.39%
 
Gender 
  Male 4,059 41.56%
  Female 5,707 58.44%
 
Full/Part-Time Status 
  Full-time 7,669 78.53%
  Part-time 2,097 21.47%
 
Ethnicity 
  Native American 26 .27%
  Asian American 67 .69%
  African American 811 8.30%
  Hispanic 359 3.68%
  Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 4 0.04%
  White 6,842 70.06%
  Multi-racial 170 1.74%
  International 891 9.12%
  Canadian 18 .18%
  Not Reported 578 5.92%
 
Geographic Origin 
  Saginaw County

2,226

22.79%
  Bay County 1,141 11.68%
  Midland County 488 5.00%
  Tuscola County 363 3.72%
  Genesee County 582 5.96%
  Huron County 211 2.16%
  Macomb County 528 5.41%
  Oakland County 529 5.42%
  Wayne County 540 5.53%
  Other Michigan Counties 2,131 21.82%
  Other U.S. 118 1.21%
  International/Canadian 909 9.31%
 
College 
  Arts & Behavioral Sciences 1,858 19.03%
  Business & Management 1,420 14.54%
  Education 1,055 10.80%
  Health & Human Services 3,091 31.65%
  Science, Engineering & Technology 1,785 18.28%
  Undeclared 227 2.32%
  Non-Degree 330 3.38%
 
Age 
  Under age 25 7,584 77.66%
  Age 25 and Over 2,182 22.34%
  Average Age - Undergraduate Students 22  
  Average Age - Graduate Students 30  
 
Average Class Size: 23.88 Students
 
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

Adminstrative Science

Communication and Media Administration
Instructional Technology and E-Learning
Master of Arts in Teaching
Early Childhood Classroom Teaching
K-12 Literacy Specialist
Special Education
Master of Business Administration
Master of Education
Principalship
Master of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
Master of Science
Energy and Materials
Health and Administration Leadership
 Doctor of Nursing Practice
 Education Specialist
 
Accreditations 
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education
American Chemical Society  
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
Council on Social Work Education  
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
National Association of Schools of Music 
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
 
Degrees Conferred (Through Summer 2015)
Baccalaureate   33,996
Masters   12,138
Specialists        412
 
Faculty
Eighty-three percent of SVSU's 308 full-time faculty hold the highest degree in their field (per Fall 2015 faculty count).
 
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 Tuition and Fees
Application fee: $30  

2015-2016 Tuition & Fees: 

  • $284.35/credit hour (Michigan Resident Undergraduate Courses)
  • $687.45/credit hour (Non-Resident Undergraduate Courses)
2015-2016 Room and Board:  $8,600/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 seven intercollegiate sports open to men and eight to women.