FTES, FTEF, and SFR Reports
Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by College and DepartmentFall /  Spring /  AY avg
Full-Time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF) by College and DepartmentFall /  Spring /  AY avg
Student/Faculty Ratios (SFR) by College and DepartmentFall /  Spring /  AY avg
***Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) by College and Course Subject AreaFall /  Spring /  AY avg
Full Documentation on FTES, FTEF, and SFRs
 

Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) is a CSU defined measure used to indicate the amount of instruction conducted in course subject areas. Every 12 units taken by students working on a Masters degree or 15 units taken by all other students counts as one FTE.

Full-Time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF) identifies the fractions of faculty positions used to teach the FTES. This number excludes faculty time not used for teaching, such as department chair administrative time.

Student/Faculty Ratio (SFR) is the full-time equivalent of students (FTES) taught in a department divided by the full-time equivalent of faculty positions (FTEF) used to conduct the instruction.

*** This report aggregates FTES by the course subject code. Alternatively, the other reports used to determine SFRs, recognize a few courses that roll up to different departments even though in the same subject area (e.g., GSP courses)

This dataset is only available as far back as Fall 2009.

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