Snapshot 2007

Fall 2007 Student Enrollment 
Total    
16,561 
Undergraduate    
13,934 
Graduate    
1,685 
Post baccalaureate and non-degree    
942 
     
  
Majors by College* 
Brooks College of Health    
1,969 
Coggin College of Business    
3,721 
Arts and Sciences    
6,218 
Computing, Engineering and Construction    
1,360 
Education and Human Services    
2,010 
Undeclared and non-degree seeking students    
1,283 
* Including intended majors for underclassmen 
     
  
Student Body Profile   
Duval County 
7,604 
  
46% 
Other Florida Counties 
8,074 
  
49% 
Non-Florida 
883 
  
5% 
White 
12,445 
  
75% 
Black 
1,698 
  
10% 
Asian 
858 
  
5% 
Hispanic 
1,078 
  
6% 
Native American 
75 
  
<1% 
Non-Resident Alien 
289 
  
2% 
Not Reported 
118 
  
<1% 
Female 
9,569 
  
58% 
Male 
6,992 
  
42% 
        
Employment Profile 
Full-time faculty    
572 
Ph.D. or appropriate terminal degree    
475 
Number of employees, excluding faculty    
1,041 
       
Programs of Study 
Undergraduate degree programs: 52, with 132 areas of concentration. 
Graduate degree programs: 25, with 83 areas of concentration. 
Doctoral programs: 3 
     
Yearly Costs  
In-state Tuition*    
$3,491 
Out-of-state Tuition*    
$15,133 
On-campus Housing**    
$4,115 
On-campus Dining***    
$2,991 
Orientation Fee    
$35 
Books and Supplies    
$900  
        
Preliminary data       
        
*Based on 15 credit hours per semester at spring 2008 rates 
 
** Double occupancy, including electricity, water, cable TV service and high speed data access 
 
***Based on 19 meals per week and $100 Osprey Bucks 
 
For more information, call the University of North Florida at 904-620-1000. 
 
The University of North Florida is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, master‘s and doctorate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of the University of North Florida. Individual contact to the Commission on Colleges about the University of North Florida accreditation status should occur only if there is evidence that appears to support significant noncompliance with a requirement or standard. 
Snapshot 2007