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Facts & Figures

Numbers aren’t everything when it comes to choosing a college, but we think they can help you to make an informed decision.

Enrollment

  • Approximately 1,127 undergraduates
  • 890 graduate students
  • Students represent 27 states and more than 16 countries
  • 51% Men & 49% Women
  • 6% International Enrollment
  • 18% Diversity Enrollment

Faculty

  • 68 full-time faculty
  • 76% hold terminal degrees
  • 85% of classes taught by full- time faculty
  • 12:1 student to faculty ratio

School Facts

  • Undergrads that enroll in Grad School: 19%
  • 4-year Average Freshmen Retention Rate:61%
  • 4-year Graduation Rate 37%
  • Job and Graduate School Placement in 1st year: 93%
  • Job Placement for Education Majors: 100% over the last 12 years

Most Highly Enrolled Fields

  • Business: 13%
  • Education: 13%
  • Biology/Health Sciences: 9%
  • Psychology: 8%
  • Criminal Justice: 7%
  • Sport & Rec. Mgmnt: 5%
  • Art: 5%

Academic Programs

Degrees: Bachelor of Arts and Science, Master of Business Administration, Education, Science &Fine Arts, and Doctorate of Education

Undergrad Offerings

  • Majors: 32
  • Minors: 22
  • Teaching Certification
  • Honors Program/Community College Honors
  • Study Abroad (16 programs)
  • New Orleans, LA Semester
  • Internships and practicum experiences
  • Cooperative College Consortium: The NHCUC

Campus Life

  • Housing: Available to all students over 4 years of school
  • Campus Residents: 61%
  • Style:Traditional residence halls, suites and apartments
  • Simon (Student) Center
  • Charter Hall Coffee House
  • Tortington Arms West Pub
  • Radio Station (WNEC)
  • New Englander (campus newspaper)
  • Carriage Theatre Ensemble & Main Stage Theatre

Athletics

  • NCAA Division III, ECAC and NAC
  • 26 acres of athletic fields
  • Lee Clement Ice Hockey Arena
  • Basketball courts and fitness center in Bridges Gymnasium
  • Three miles of on-campus cross country trails
  • 15,000 square foot indoor Astroturf field-house
  • Intercollegiate Sports
  • Artificial Turf Field: Don Melander Field

Men’s Teams

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country/Track
  • Ice Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer

Women’s Teams

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country/Track
  • Ice Hockey
  • Field Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer
  • Softball

Certifications

  • Elementary Education
  • Physical Education
  • Secondary Education

    • Biology
    • English
    • Mathematics
    • Social Studies
  • Special Education
  • Theatre

Application Deadline

  • Rolling Admission

2013-14 Costs for Undergraduates

  • Tuition and Fees: $33,000
  • Room and Board: $12,930

Financial Aid

  • Merit-Based Scholarships
  • Need-based aid available
  • Over 91% of students receive institutional or federal aid
  • Over $12 million in institutional aid awarded last year

Typical Length of Study

  • Full-time Undergraduate: 4 years
  • Masters Programs: 1-2 years
  • Doctorate Program: 3 years