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OIR - UT Freshman Class Presentation

  1. 1. Freshman Class of 2009<br />The University of Tennessee - Knoxville<br />Freshman enrollment presentation prepared with information from the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment from Fall Terms 2005-2009.<br />
  2. 2. 3717 New Full Time Students<br />3698 Full time Students = 99.5%<br />19 Part Time Students = .5%<br />50.39% Male<br />49.61% Female<br />
  3. 3. Racial Population DemographicsDiversity increasing<br />81% Identify themselves as white<br />(5% decrease from 2008)<br />10% Identify as African – American<br />(3% increase from previous year)<br />3.7% Identify themselves as Asian<br />(1% increase from 2008) <br />2.3% Identify themselves as Hispanic<br />Unchanged<br />1.6% (400% increase in this demographic over last 4 years 17-59) identifying themselves as American Indian <br />1.1% in overall student population (59)<br />
  4. 4. 2009 Freshman Class Racial Composition<br />
  5. 5. 2009 Freshman Class age follows same trend since 2005<br />60% Freshmen continue to be 18 (66% of women and 50% of men)<br />37% are 19<br />Only 18 were under 18 (18 students) (.5%)<br />27 were 20 (.7%)<br />30 students (.8%) were older than 20<br />
  6. 6. Freshman enrollment by College<br />3717 new students enrolled in similar ratios since 2005<br />More than 2% increase in Engineering enrollment (36 students)<br />Offset by decreases in Business, Arts & Sciences, Architecture & Design, Communication and information, and Nursing.<br /> Arts & Sciences continue to enroll a third of enrollees, followed by Undeclared students, Business Administration, Engineering, Education (Health & Human Services), Communication & information, Agriculture, Nursing, Architecture & Design, and Social Work<br />
  7. 7. 2009 Freshman College Distribution<br />
  8. 8. Average ACT score = 26.44.9% above national average, again!<br />60% of all students scores range between 26-32 <br />36.5% Students scores range between 21 and 25<br />4% (148) students scores range between 16 and 20<br />Average ACT score increased every year from 25.6 in 2005<br />
  9. 9. 69% of Freshman - 3.5 or higher GPA<br />23.9% graduated high school with a 3.0 -3.49 % GPA<br />5.6% enter freshman year with 2.5 – 2.99% High School GPA<br />1.2% (35 students) enter freshman year with a high school GPA of less than 2.49%<br />Female students continue to enter college with more students in the 3.5-4.0 range.<br />
  10. 10. 88.8% 2009 Freshman class are Tennessee Residents <br />9.8% (366) are identified as students from other states.<br />1.3% (50) students are from other nations.<br />
  11. 11. 30% Freshman register for 14 semester hours<br />24.4% (908) registered for 15 hours<br />18% (667) registered for 16 hours<br />13.9% (517) registered for 13 hours<br />5.95% (221) registered for 17 hours & 5.38%(200) for 12 hours<br />

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