Graduate School and International Education

All data is reflective of the 2016-17 academic year, unless otherwise noted

  • More than 1,000 students studied abroad in 48 countries (2015-16 academic year)
  • 4,275 graduate students enrolled
  • 112 countries represented
  • 1,337 graduate degrees awarded (2015-16 academic year)
  • 50:50 – ratio of male and female graduate students
  • 17% international graduate students
  • 50 Fulbright Scholars enrolled
  • 1,512 international students
  • 130 graduate programs
  • 1,512 graduate assistantships awarded
  • 249 doctoral fellows
  • 291 international scholars (2015-16 academic year)
  • 16% underrepresented graduate students