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More SUNY data resources are available at Data.NY.gov.

Latest data as of July 2016.

In 2015-16, SUNY served nearly 1.3 million students, including nearly 600,000 in credit bearing courses and programs and more than 700,000 through continuing education and community outreach programs.

Enrollment Data:

Campuses
64  
Total Enrollment (Headcount)
442,940  
  Undergraduate Enrollment 402,722  
  Graduate Enrollment 40,218  
  State Operated Enrollment 219,942  
  University Centers 89,059  
  Other Doctoral 16,939  
  Comprehensive Colleges 87,764  
  Technology Colleges 26,180  
  Community College Enrollment 222,998  
Open SUNY (Online) Enrollment*
  AY 2014-15 161,020  
  AY 2013-14 153,620  
  * Unique students taking at least one online course    
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Enrollment Demographics:

Gender
  Female 239,073   (54%)
  Male 203,867   (46%)
Student Diversity
  White 256,867  (58%)
  Hispanic/Latino 50,957  (11.5%)
  Black or African American 46,778  (10.6%)
  Unknown 28,453   (6.4%)
  Asian/Pacific Islander 24,975   (5.6%)
  Non-resident alien    22,881   (5.2%)
  Under-represented Multi 7,040   (1.6)
  Non-under-represented Multi 2,614   (0.6%)
  American Indian/Alaska Native 1,745   (0.4%)
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific 630   (0.1%)
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Completions:

Degrees Granted
  2014-15 Academic Year Degrees Granted 95,584  
      Undergraduate 80,940  
          4-year 41,250  
          2-year & Certificate 36,977  
      Other Certificates/Diplomas 2,713  
      Graduate 14,644  
          Masters 10,855  
          4-Doctoral 1,457  
          Post Graduate (First Professional) 1,293  
          Other Certificates 1,039  
Alumni (Estimate, June 2014)
  Total Alumni 2,992,549  (estimate)
  Alumni / Current NYS Residents 2,432,942  (estimate)
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Graduation Rates Data:

Graduation Rates*
  6-Year SUNY (2008 Cohort) 65.7%  
      National Public Universities 58.1%  
      National Private Universities 65.0%  
  5-Year SUNY (2008 Cohort) 63.4%  
      National Public Universities 52.5%  
      National Private Universities 62.7%  
  4-Year SUNY (2008 Cohort) 48.9%  
      National Public Universities 33.6%  
      National Private Universities 52.3%  
  * First Time, Full-Time Baccalaureate Students
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Hometowns Data:

International & Out-of-State Students (Preliminary)
    Out-of-State
      State Operated 12,597   (5.7%)
      Community Colleges 4,690   (2.1%)
    International
      State Operated 19,597   (8.9%)
      Community Colleges 3,284   (1.5%)
View detailed SUNY Student Residence Data data

Tuition & Fees (2016-17):

Undergraduate
    State Operated
       In-State Tuition $6,470  
       Out-of-State Tuition $16,320  (average)
       Mandatory Fees $1,590  (average)
    Community Colleges
       In-State Tuition $4,350  (average)
       Out-of-State Tuition $9,170  (average)
       Mandatory Fees $630  (average)

SUNY Research Foundation:

Sponsored Program Administration, FY 2015-16 Data
  Total Research Activity $920.2 million  
  Direct Activity $792 million  
  Indirect Activity $128.1 million  
 
  Number of Awards   7,102  
  Number of Sponsors 1,755  
  Number of Employees 15,876  
  Number of Principal Investigators 2,679  
Commercialization (FY 2015-16 Data)
  Number of Invention Disclosures 296  
  Number of Patents Filed 246  
  Number of Patents Issued 80  
  Number of License Agreements Executed 71  
  Number of Operational Start-Ups 82  
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Fiscal Information (Projected 2014-15):

  All Funds Budget $13.3 billion  
    State Operated $10.6 billion  
    Community Colleges $2.7 billion  
  Total State Support $3.6 billion  
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