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Campuses
64  
Total Enrollment (Headcount)
459,550  
  Undergraduate Enrollment 418,917  
  Graduate Enrollment 40,633  
  State Operated Enrollment 219,759  
  University Centers 87,265  
  Other Doctoral 14,540  
  Comprehensive Colleges 89,701  
  Technology Colleges 28,253  
  Community College Enrollment 239,791  
Gender
  Female 249,044   (54.2%)
  Male 210,506   (45.8%)
Student Diversity
  Minority Enrollment: 126,386   (27.5%)
      Black:   46,512    (10.1%)
      Hispanic:   46,350    (10.1%)
      Asian/Pacific Islander:   24,211     (5.3%)
      American Native:   2,002     (0.4%)
      Multi-Racial     7,311     (1.6%)
Enrollment Trends (5-year Growth: 4.5%)
  Fall 2013 (Headcount) 460,000  
  Fall 2008 (Headcount) 440,000  
SUNY Employees (Headcount)
89,871  
  Faculty: 34,024   (45.9% FT)
      State Operated: 19,146   (59.8% FT)
      Community Colleges: 14,878   (28.2% FT)
  Non-Faculty: 55,279   (74.2% FT)
      State Operated: 43,386   (76.8% FT)
      Community Colleges: 11,893   (64.9% FT)
  System Administration: 267  
  University-Wide Programs: 301  
International & Out-of-State Students (Preliminary)
    Out-of-State
      State Operated 13,394   (6.1%)
      Community Colleges 4,921   (2.1%)
    International
      State Operated 18,679   (8.5%)
      Community Colleges 3,351   (1.4%)
Educational Opportunity Program
  Enrollment 9,572  
      State Operated 7,355  
      Community Colleges 2,217  
  Student Diversity    
      African American 3,557  
       Hispanic 3,072  
      White 1,253  
      Asian/Pacific Islander 1,015  
      Native American 54  
      Multi-Racial 233  
       
  EOP Graduation Rate: 6-year (2007 cohort) 56.4%  
SUNY's Capture Rate of NYS High School Graduates
31%  
SAT Scores (Averages)
  State Operated 1150  
  University Centers 1222  
  Comprehensive Colleges 1089  
  U.S. Average 1002  
  NYS Average 978  
SUNY Learning Network Enrollment
  AY 2011-12 201,799  
  AY 2006-07 102,223  
  AY 1995-96 119  
Graduation Rates
  6-Year SUNY (2006 Cohort) 64.4%  
      National Public Universities 56.3%  
      National Private Universities 65.6%  
  5-Year SUNY (2006 Cohort) 62.3%  
      National Public Universities 50.8%  
      National Private Universities 62.8%  
  4-Year SUNY (2006 Cohort) 47.3%  
      National Public Universities 31.7%  
      National Private Universities 52.5%  
  Baccalaureate – 85% of students entering in fall 2006 had a successful educational outcome (i.e., graduate, transfer, or continue to be enrolled)
Academic Program Count Total
7,262  
  Undergraduate 4,512  
  Graduate 1,832  
  Combined Undergraduate/Graduate 918  
Degrees Granted
  Total Degrees and Other Formal Awards (1949 to 2011-12) 3,538,283  
  2011-12 Academic Year Degrees Granted 93,009  
      Undergraduate 79,158  
          4-year 40,022  
          2-year & Certificate 39,136  
      Graduate 13,851  
Alumni
  Total Alumni 2,992,549  (estimate, June 2014)
  Alumni / Current NYS Residents 2,432,942  (estimate, June 2014)
Philanthropy
  FY 2012-13 $370 million  
Continuing Education Enrollments
  Total Registrations (AY 2010-11) 2,266,234 (of these 896,203 supported business & industry training)
  Instructional Activities (courses) 133,936 (of these 28,461 supported business & industry)
Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
       Total Recipients 122,245   ($322.6 million)
       State-Operated 64,209   ($182.3 million)
       Community Colleges   58,036   ($140.3 million)
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2014-15)
    State Operated
       In-State Tuition $6,150  
       Out-of-State Tuition $15,820   (average)
       Mandatory Fees $1,412   (average)
    Community Colleges
       In-State Tuition $4,076   (average)
       Out-of-State Tuition $8,484   (average)
       Mandatory Fees $570   (average)
Graduate Tuition & Fees
    State Operated
  In-State Tuition   $10,370  
  Out-of-State Tuition $20,190  
  Mandatory Fees $1,121   (average)
SUNY Research Foundation:
   Sponsored Program Administration
  FY 2012-132 SUNY Research Activity support $983.2 million  
  Direct Activity $843.1 million  
  Indirect Activity $140.1 million  
 
  Proposals   5,414  
  Awards    6,983  
  Jobs Created from federal Funding (STAR metrics)   3,993  
  Sponsors   1,661  
  Employees 16,330  
  Principal Investigators   2,573  
Commercialization (FY 2012-13 Data)
  Invention Disclosures 254  
  Patents Filed 246  
  Patents Issued 65  
  License Agreements Executed 59  
  License Agreements Executed Generating Revenue 160  
Price Indexes vs. Core Budget Growth (2002-03 to 2012-13)
  State-operated Core Budget Growth (per student) 39.0%  
  Student Community College Core Budget Growth (per student) 38.2%  
  Consumer Price Index 27.1%  
  Higher Education Price Index 33.3%  
Fiscal Information (Projected 2012-13)
  All Funds Budget $12.0498 billion  
    State Operated $10.2215 billion  
    Community Colleges $1.8282 billion  
  Total State Support $3.381 billion (includes hospital subsidy of $87.8 million)
  Core Instructional (State Operated)    
    State Support $1.0444 billion  
    Tuition $1.4512 billion  
Economic Impact
For every state dollar received, SUNY generates $5 in total spending in NYS. The 2012-13 estimated all-funds budget of $12,049.8 million, which includes $3,381.1 million in State support, equals an estimated $16.9 billion total economic impact. On an all-funds budget basis, this would generate $60.2 billion total economic impact.

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