Facts and Figures

July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022

Students 

Numbers 

*As of September 21, 2022

Demographics (for enrolled degree and non-degree students) 

  • Average age of enrolled students: 29*
  • Age range: 20–65*
  • States represented: 34*
  • Countries represented: 24* 
  • Students who identify as men: 14%*
  • Students who identify as Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native American, and/or Pacific Islander: 48%* 

*As of September 21, 2022

Admissions 

  • Average undergraduate GPA: 3.5  
  • Top careers of entrants into the Masters Direct Entry program: public health, business, education, social work, and law  
  • Students who receive financial aid: 89%

Faculty and Staff 

Dean 

Numbers 

  • 68 full-time faculty members 
  • 23 attending faculty members 
  • 201 part-time faculty members  
  • 474 clinical faculty members (preceptors)  

Demographics 

  • 45% of full-time and part-time faculty identify as Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native American, and/or Pacific Islander 
  • 7% of full-time and part-time faculty identify as men 
  • 59% of staff identify as Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native American, or Pacific Islander **

Honors

*Through 2022
**Does not include multiracial staff or those who choose not to disclose their race

Academics 

*Class of 2021
**Class of 2020

Clinical Care

*This is the pre-pandemic count of clinical integration sites. During the height of the pandemic, students participated in virtual global projects with partners in 10 countries. Many of the in-person sites have since reopened, while others are in the process of reopening. A few remain on pause, due to the pandemic or local conflicts; in addition, two new sites have been added. 

Research  

  • #4 among U.S. schools of nursing in National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding for fiscal year 2021*
  • $17 million (estimated) in federal and nonfederal funds awarded in fiscal year 2022**
  • 55 active grants in fiscal year 2021-2022**

* October 1, 2020 - September 30, 2021
** July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022

Nationwide Firsts