Student Popluation Comparison

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The total student population for 10 Selected Colleges is 221,010. The propotion of undergraduate students is 62% (138,653) and graduate students's propotion is 37% (82,357). By gender, the propotion of male students is 46% (102,785) and 53% for 118,225 female students. Below table summarizes and compares the graduation, transfer-out, and retention rate. You want to click a column name to sort table by the column.
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Student Popluation Comparison
School NameTotalUndergraduate GraduateMale StudentsFemale Students
University of Alabama at Birmingham Birmingham, AL18,698 11,679
(62.46%)
7,019
(37.54%)
7,410
(39.63%)
11,288
(60.37%)
University of California-San Francisco San Francisco, CA3,170 - 3,170
(100.00%)
1,173
(37.00%)
1,997
(63.00%)
University of Colorado Denver Denver, CO22,791 13,509
(59.27%)
9,282
(40.73%)
9,893
(43.41%)
12,898
(56.59%)
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester Worcester, MA1,103 - 1,103
(100.00%)
454
(41.16%)
649
(58.84%)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI43,625 28,395
(65.09%)
15,230
(34.91%)
22,739
(52.12%)
20,886
(47.88%)
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN51,147 34,351
(67.16%)
16,796
(32.84%)
24,723
(48.34%)
26,424
(51.66%)
University of Nebraska Medical Center Omaha, NE3,696 850
(23.00%)
2,846
(77.00%)
1,324
(35.82%)
2,372
(64.18%)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC29,135 18,350
(62.98%)
10,785
(37.02%)
12,654
(43.43%)
16,481
(56.57%)
Oregon Health & Science University Portland, OR2,861 847
(29.61%)
2,014
(70.39%)
1,000
(34.95%)
1,861
(65.05%)
University of Washington-Seattle Campus Seattle, WA44,784 30,672
(68.49%)
14,112
(31.51%)
21,415
(47.82%)
23,369
(52.18%)
Average221,010138,653
(62.74%)
82,357
(37.26%)
102,785
(46.51%)
118,225
(53.49%)
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***The data is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education.