Snapshot 2003

Finances

 
Revenues:
Capital assets:
$129 M
$125 M

Fall '02 Student Enrollment

 
Total:
Undergraduate:
Graduate:
Post baccalaureate/non-degree:
13,620
10,775
1,494
1,351

Majors By College

 
Arts and Sciences:
Business Administration:
Computing Sciences & Engineering:
Education and Human Services:
Health:
Undeclared:
2,958
2,173
968
1,517
876
5,128

Student Body Profile

 
Duval County 6,829 50.14%
Other FL Counties 5,910 43.39%
Other U.S. & Intl 881 6.47%
White 10,467 76.85%
Black 1,397 10.26%
Asian 719 4.72%
Hispanic 643 4.72%
American Indian 59 0.43%
Non-Resident Alien 169 1.24%
Female 8,022 58.90%
Male 5,595 41.08%

Employment Profile

 
Full time faculty:
Ph.D. or appropriate terminal degree:
Number of people employed (excluding faculty):
441
422
781

Programs of Study

 

Undergraduate degree programs: 49, with 97 areas of concentration.

Graduate degree programs: 24, with 54 areas of concentration.

Doctoral programs: Ed.D. in Educational Leadership.

Yearly Costs

 
Tuition:
  in-state:
  out-of-state:
On-campus housing:
Orientation Fee
Books and Supplies

$2,757*
$11,749*
$5,486**
$25
$600
  * Based on 15 credit hours per semester for fall and spring
** Double occupancy, including electric, water and cable television service (with an information channel programmed especially for students) and local phone service for one phone line.
2003 Snapshot

The University of North Florida is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Baccalaureate, Master's, and Doctor of Education Degrees.