Overall, there are 32,128 undergraduate and graduate students on
campus this fall, up from 31,277 in fall 2000. Women continue to outnumber
men in the freshman class, where they represent 55 percent of the class,
and in the overall undergraduate population, representing 53 percent.
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The data show the following:
* There are 3,842 students in the fall 2001 freshman class, up from
3,735 last fall. The total number of undergraduates on campus now is
23,269, compared to 22,678 in fall 2000.
* New graduate students number 2,624, an increase of 169 from last
fall. In all, there are 8,859 new and continuing graduate students
on campus this fall, 260 more than last fall.
* Chicano and Latino students enrolled in the fall 2001 freshman
class increased 21 percent from last fall, with 388 of these students
now enrolled. The number of African American freshmen, meanwhile, dropped
by five students to 143 enrolled in the fall 2001 class. Freshmen from
all other ethnic categories showed an increased over fall 2000.
* The number of new transfer students (sometimes referred to as advanced
standing students) increased 13 percent, from 1,484 last fall to 1,671
in fall 2001. This figure excludes students working on a second academic
degree. Transfer students from every ethnic group showed increased
numbers in this category.
* International students total 2,627 undergraduate and graduate students
on campus this fall, an increase of 103 students. They represent 8
percent of the campus's total student population.