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Student Profiles

Diverse and unique, our students come from around the globe.

Hailing from around the world, DU students are ethnically, culturally and spiritually diverse. What binds us together is a commitment to new experiences.

A desire for small class sizes, individualized attention and access to professors. A love of diverse perspectives and scholarly excellence. And an insatiable curiosity and drive to make a difference.

Most of all, our students love being at DU.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT PROFILE

A group of undergraduate students listen to a professor.

Demographics


  • Women: 54 percent
  • Men: 46 percent
  • Students of color: 20 percent
  • Colorado: 37 percent
  • West (excluding Colorado): 17 percent
  • Southwest: 7 percent
  • Midwest: 19 percent
  • Northeast: 12 percent
  • Southeast: 7 percent
  • International: 10 percent
  • States represented: All 50 states are represented in undergraduate population
  • Countries represented: 46 total (including the U.S.)

Average test scores

  • SAT Critical Reading: 597
  • SAT Math: 611
  • ACT Composite: 28
  • High school GPA: 3.68

GRADUATE STUDENT PROFILE

Graduate students from DU's Future International Administration Professionals

Demographics


  • Master's degree students: approx. 4,100
  • Doctoral (PhD, PsyD, JD) students: approx. 1,550
  • Full-time: 53 percent
  • Average age: 30
  • Women: 59 percent
  • Men: 41 percent
  • Students of color: 18 percent
  • States represented: All 50 states are represented in graduate population
  • Countries represented: 75 total (including the U.S.)
  • International: 12 percent

Average test scores


  • GRE Verbal: 155
  • GRE Quantitative: 152
  • GRE Analytical Writing: 4.1
  • GMAT: 588
  • LSAT: 156

STUDENT BODY PROFILE

A group of very happy DU students at the debate

  • Undergraduates: 5,643
  • Graduates: 6,166
  • Total number of students: 11,809

Undergraduate student/faculty ratio

  • 11 to 1

Overall student/faculty ratio

  • 11 to 1

Average class size

  • 20 students

Faculty

  • 696 full-time appointed faculty members, 90 percent with the highest degree in their fields.

All data is from fall 2014. Data is provided by the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis.