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Humboldt State University Statistical Profile

Affiliation

Part of 23-campus California State University system

President

Rollin Richmond

Where we are located

Located in Arcata, 270 miles north of San Francisco and 95 miles south of the Oregon border, on 144 acres of land, it is nestled in a spectacular setting of redwood forests, rushing rivers, ocean beaches and mountain ranges.

Average temperature and rainfall

Summer temperatures average 63 degrees in Arcata and 92 degrees just 40 miles inland in Willow Creek. Year round temperature averages 57 degrees.Overall, Humboldt County receives an average of 37.5 inches of rain per year.

Academics

Many study options are available to Humboldt students. There are 49 baccalaureate degree majors within which are 86 options/concentrations. There are also 85 minors, 12 graduate programs, 21 credential programs including 16 single subject credentials, and several certificates of study.

Facilities - 144 acres main campus
- Plus an additional 591 acres which HSU owns, leases or has use agreements to (marine lab, observatory, natural history museum, salt water marsh, freshwater marsh, small lakes and ponds, forest lands, sand dune preserve, research vessel, First Street Gallery, and the Wildlife Care Facility).
- 963,127 square feet in 90 buildings
Carnegie Classification -Master's Universities and Colleges I (Comprehensive I)

 

Student Information - Fall 2005

Student Headcount

7462

Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES)

6905.4

 

Enrollment by Student Class - Fall 2005

Student Class

Male

Female

Part-time

Full-time

Totals

Frosh

581
699
97
1183
1280

Sophomore

384
509
68
825
893

Junior

731
916
123
1524
1647

Senior

1231
1344
354
2221
2575

Total Undergrads

2927
3468
642
5753
6395

Post-Baccalaureate

427
640
345
722
1067

Totals

3354
4108
987
6475
7462

 

Student Ethnicity - Fall 2005

 

Male

Female

Totals

Percentage

Asian

124
143
267
3.6%

Black

102
129
231
3.1%

Hispanic

294
409
703
9.4%

Native American

57
106
163
2.2%

Pacific Is

21
17
38
0.5%

White

1944
2410
4354
58.3%

Other

207
254
461
6.2%

Unknown

605
640
1245
16.7%

Totals

3354
4108
7462
100.0%

 

Students by Classification and Age Groups - Fall 2005

<20

20-24

25-29

30-34

35-39

40-44

45-49

50-59

>60

Total

Undergrad

1564
3268
962
264
117
56
61
58
45
6395

Post-Bacc

0
151
328
186
88
56
52
67
139
1067

Totals

1564
3419
1290
450
205
112
113
125
184
7462

 

Fall 2005 Full/Part Time Counts

Male

Female

Totals

Undergrad - FT

2613
3140
5753

Undergrad - PT

314
328
642

Post-bacc - FT

290
432
722

Post-bacc - PT

137
208
345

Totals

3354
4108
7462

 

Average Unit Loads

Male

Female

Totals

Undergrad - FT

14.96
15.22
15.10

Undergrad - PT

7.62
7.64
7.63

Post-bacc - FT

13.76
14.46
14.18

Post-bacc - PT

4.45
4.55
4.51

Totals

13.74
13.99
13.88

 

Geographic Origin of Current Students
(based on prior institution)

  Region

Undergrad

Post-Bacc

Totals

Percentage

Local
1295
511
1806
24.2%

Northern CA

868
24
892
12.0%

Bay Area

1092
104
1196
16.0%

Central CA

791
65
856
11.5%

Los Angeles

1077
53
1130
15.1%

San Diego

369
22
391
5.2%

Other State

860
279
1139
15.3%
Foreign
43
9
52
0.7%

Totals

6395
1067
7462
100.0%
 

   

Average Class Sizes by Course Level

  Typical Class Size

Undergraduate classes

24

Graduate classes

8

 

Student Type at Start of Fall 2005 Term

Frosh

Soph

Jr

Sr

Post-
bacc

Totals

Continuing Student

339
722
1043
2440
490
5034

New Student

811
15
0
0
366
1192

Returning Student

7
17
24
41
77
166

Transfer

59
127
521
79
1
787

Transitory

64
12
59
15
133
283

Totals

1280
893
1647
2575
1067
7462


Students Living in Campus Housing
Students in Campus Housing
1376
Percentage of Student Body
18.4%


Average Annual College Summaries for 4 years

Average Annual Headcount

 College

01/02
02/03
03/04
04/05

CAHSS

1989
2152
2171
2084

 CNRS

2892
3053
3068
3064

 CPS

1499
1456
1461
1443

All University

898
893
887
777

Totals

7277
7553
7585
7367

Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES)

 College

01/02
02/03
03/04
04/05

CAHSS

2962.0
3076.8
3063.0
2975.4

 CNRS

2506.8
2563.0
2577.4
2565.9

 CPS

1290.2
1334.6
1363.9
1297.6

All University

16.5
17.8
26.0
20.2

Totals

6775.4
6992.1
7030.2
6859.0

Full-Time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF)

 College

01/02
02/03
03/04
04/05

CAHSS

151.6
152.5
140.2
136.8

 CNRS

168.0
166.5
155.1
152.0

 CPS

87.5
89.4
84.8
84.2

All University

1.6
1.4
1.6
1.3

Totals

408.6
409.7
381.7
374.3

Student Faculty Ratio (SFR)

 College

01/02
02/03
03/04
04/05

CAHSS

19.5
20.2
21.8
21.8

 CNRS

14.9
15.4
16.6
16.9

 CPS

14.7
14.9
16.1
15.4

All University

10.1
12.9
16.3
15.1

Totals

16.6
17.1
18.4
18.3

FTEF is from the APDB Course Section Report. This represents the FTEF used to teach courses in each subject and may not match the FAD report which summarizes FTEF by department of appointment. Therefore, the Student /Faculty Ratios indicate the actual instructional experience in each subject area.

The historical data is portrayed according to the current college configuration of departments.

CAHSS = College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
CNRS = College of Natural Resources & Sciences
CPS = College of Professional Studies
AU = All University (General Studies)

 

Fall 2005 Faculty Data

 

M

F

Total

Tenured/Tenure Track

 178

 98

 276

Lecturer (Temporary)

 105

 152

 257

University Totals

 283

250

 533

 

Fall 2005 Faculty Data
(by position type)

 

M

F

Total

Professor

 94

 48

 142

Associate Professor

 44

 32

 76

Assistant Professor

40 

 18

 58

Lecturer (Temporary)

 105

 152

 257

University Totals

 283

 250

533 

 

Fall 2005 Faculty Data Ethnicity Data

 

Tenured/Tenure Track

Lecturer

 

M

F

M

F

American Indian

 3

11 

Asian

11 

Black

Filipino

Hispanic

Other Non-White

Pacific Islander

White

122 

119 

83 

123 

Unknown

Subtotal

146 

130 

105 

152 

University Totals

 276

 257

 

 

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