Student Profile Fall 2011
Table of Contents


  Academic Information
  • ACT/Converted SAT Scores
  • Degrees Conferred
  • Grade Point Averages

  Enrollment I
  • Ethnicity
  • Level
  • Official Headcount
  • Undergraduate/Graduate

  Enrollment II
  • Average Age
  • Full-Time/Part-Time
  • Residency
  • School

  Top 10 Enrollments
  • Kansas Counties
  • Kansas High Schools
  • Kansas Higher Education Institutes
  • International Countries

  Additional Information I
  • Student Financial

  Additional Information II
  • Hawk Link
  • Student Community Service
  • Students with Disabilities

Fall 2011 Enrollment

The KU Medical Center saw a 2.3 percent increase in overall enrollment, including students at the new School of Medicine-Salina and the School of Medicine-Wichita, which is now a four-year program. The Edwards campus saw a 2 percent overall increase in credit hours taken.

Compared to fall 2010, domestic first-time freshman enrollment on the Lawrence campus is up. The academic readiness of the incoming class in Lawrence continues to be at record levels, with the incoming class' average 24.9 ACT score exceeding the national average of 22.2. KU's overall diversity also reached a new high of 15.3 percent, aided by an incoming freshman class that is 19.6 percent minority.

The KU Student Profile is published each fall to reflect admission, enrollment, performance and special interest data pertaining to students at the University of Kansas (Lawrence, Edwards and Medical Center campuses). Lawrence campus totals include both Lawrence and Edwards campuses. Data provided is Fall 2011 (unless otherwise stated).

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Data Sources

  1. University of Kansas Profiles, Summer 2012 Edition
  2. New Frosh High School Last Attended, Fall 2011, Office of Institutional Research & Planning
  3. Student Characteristics, Fall 2011, Office of Institutional Reseach & Planning
  4. Academic Grade Point Averages, Spring 2011, Office of the University Registrar
  5. Financial Aid & Scholarships
  6. Disability Resources, Academic Achievement and Access Center
  7. Office of Multicultural Affairs
  8. Center for Service Learning
  9. Student Involvement and Leadership Center

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