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Facts About The Beach - Fall 2012

STUDENT POPULATION
No. Student Population
36,279
Students*
15,270
Males
21,009
Females
4,276
First-Time Fresmen
25,880
Full-time Undergraduates
2,692
Full-time Graduates
5,051
Part-time Undergraduates
2,656
Part-time Graduates
29,593.68
FTES
904
Open University Students
2,375
On-campus Residents (Capacity)
TUITION (Fall 2011)
Amount Student Status
$6,240
Full-time Undergraduates
$7,506
Full-time Graduates
Non-residents also are charged an additional $379 per unit
MEDIAN AGE
Student Population Male Female
Undergraduate
22.9 22.9
Graduate
31.0 30.9
ETHNIC DISTRIBUTION
Student Ethnicity No. Percentage
African American
1,542
4.3
Asian American Pacific Islander
8,154
22.5
Caucasian
8,8860
24.4
Latino/Latina 12,097
33.3
Native American/Alaskan
252
0.7
Two or More Races 1,364
3.8
Total Identified 30,905
88.5
Unknown
2,187
6.0
Visa/Non-U.S. Citizen
1,823
5.0
STUDENT POPULATION CAME FROM:
Percentage Country / Region No.
56
California counties
34,584
43
Other states/territories
346
90
Foreign countries
1,349
DEGREES OFFERED
  • Seven colleges plus Interdisciplinary Studies offer 85 baccalaureate degrees (138 programs total), 64 master’s degrees (91 programs total) and two joint doctoral
    degrees (three programs total).
DEGREES AWARDED (1950- 2012)
  • Since its founding, CSULB has awarded 229,892 baccalaureate degrees and 48,841 master’s degrees. Thirteen doctoral degrees were awarded in 2011-12.
EMPLOYED
No. Type
927
FT Faculty
1,080
PT Faculty
206
FT Administrators
3
PT Administrators
1,188
FT Staff
108
PT Staff
395
Graduate Assts. / Teaching Associates
1,874
Student Assistants / Work Study
65
Veterans
CAMPUS
  • At CSULB, there are 5,644,402 square feet in 109 permanent buildings on 327 acres (includes Residential Learning College).
LIBRARY
  • 1,109,506 volumes
  • 39,314 non-book materials (media)
  • 1,502,744 microforms
  • 185 databases (online)
  • 269,192 electronic books
  • 82,780 electronic journals
  • 16,636 serial print titles
  • 660,151 monograph print titles

*Demographic data as of February 26, 2013