Duke University

Student Population

Total 15,984 students are enrolled in Duke University (Fall 2015). Below tables and charts represent the enrollment statistics including school degree, gender, race/ethnicity, and tranfer-in students at the school.
At Duke University, 15,984 students are enrolled in Fall 2015 including in undergraduate and graduate schools, full-time and part-time status. By gender, the school has 8,094 male and 7,890 female students.
Total Student Enrolled In Fall 2015

Enrollment By Race/Ethnicity (Fall 2015)

By race/ethnicity, 7,723 White, 1,121 Black, and 2,305 Asian students are attending at Duke University. Detail race enrollment statistic data is shown in below chart.
All StudentsUndergraduateGraduate

Students Age Distribution

By age category, 128 students are younger than 18 and 9 students are older than 65. The school has 9,497 students aged under 25 and 6,480 students aged 25 and over.

Transfer-in Students

Among 6,639 enrolled in undergraduate school, 23 are transfer-in students. The percentage of tranfer-in students is 0.35%.

Online Classes (Distance Learning) Enrollment

Distance learning, also called online education, is very attractive to students, especially who want to continue education and work in field. At Duke University, 512 students are enrolled exclusively in online cources and 272 students are enrolled in some online courses based on Fall 2015 enrollment data.
Online Class Enrollment
All StudentsEnrolled Exclusively Online Courses Enrolled in Some Online Courses
All Students15,984512272

Student Enrollment in Online Courses

290 students lived in same State or jurisdiction in which the school is located are enrolled exclusively in online cources and 222 students live in other State or outside of United States.

Student Location Erolled Exclusively In Distance Learning Course

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***All data and resources for Duke University include IPEDS, The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, U.S. Department of Education, and the school themselves