Students

Enrollment - Fall 2007

Number

Percent

Undergraduate

24,376

80.9

Graduate

5,749

19.1

Total

30,125

100

By Gender

Women

17,929

59.5

Men

12,196

40.5

By Ethnicity (Undergraduate)

African American

1,462

6.5

American Indian, Alaskan Native

157

0.7

Asian

5,798

25.9

Chicano, Mexican American

2,269

10.1

Latino

1,692

7.6

Filipino

2,262

10.1

Pacific Islander

256

1.1

White (Non-Latino)

7,285

32.6

All Other

1,194

5.3

Total*

22,375

100

*Total excludes categories of "Decline to State" and "No response."

 

Where SF State Students Come From

California

27,912

92.7

Nonresident Other States

383

1.3

Foreign Country

1,437

4.8

Exceptions*

393

1.3

*Faculty, Staff, Military, Teachers and Other Exceptions

 

Average Age

Years

Undergraduate

23.0

Graduate

32.1

All Students

24.8

 

Top 10 Undergraduate Majors

1. Business Administration

2. Psychology

3. Biology

4. English

5. Cinema

6. Art

7. Radio & Television

8. Engineering

9. Liberal Studies

10. Journalism

 

Degrees Conferred

Number

Percent

Behavioral and Social Sciences

1,574

22.2

Business

1,442

20.4

Creative Arts

962

13.6

Education

335

4.7

Ethnic Studies

96

1.4

Health and Human Services

908

12.8

Humanities

910

12.9

Interdisciplinary Studies

248

3.5

Science and Engineering

602

8.5

Total

7,077

100

 

Student Fees - Fall 2007

Resident fees: Undergraduate

Up to 6.0 units

$1,146/semester

More than 6.0 units

$1,728/semester

Resident fees: Graduate

Up to 6.0 units

$1,332/semester

More than 6.0 units

$2,049/semester

College of Business: Graduate students (MBA/MSBA programs excluding EMBA)

Up to 6.0 units

$2,032/semester

More than 6.0 units

$3,249/semester

Education Leadership Doctoral Program

Requires full-time enrollment

$4,032/semester

Nonresident Fees

$339 per unit, in addition to State University Fee and local fees

 

Financial Aid - Fall 2007

Percent

Students receiving financial aid

46

Financial aid students receiving grants or scholarships

72

Financial aid students receiving loans

68