Student Population by Gender

Calvary University has a total 346 enrolled students. By gender, 184 male and 162 female students (male-female ratio is 53:47) are attending Calvary University.
275 students have enrolled in undergraduate programs and 71 students joined graduate programs at Calvary University.
Total Student Enrolled In Academic Year 2018-2019 at Calvary University

Student Distribution by Race/Ethnicity

By race/ethnicity, 273 White, 23 Black and 17 Asian students out of total 346 are attending at Calvary University. Comprehensive enrollment statistic data by race/ethnicity is shown in next chart.
All Students Undergraduate Graduate
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (all students) at Calvary University
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (Undergraduate) at Calvary University
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (Graduate) at Calvary University

Transfer-in Students (Undergraduate)

Among 275 enrolled in undergraduate programs, 53 are transfer-in students. The percentage of transfer-in students is 19.27%.25 students have transferred in as full-time status and 28 students transferred in as part-time status.
Transfer-in Students Population by Attendance Status at Calvary University

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 Calvary University, 101 students are enrolled exclusively in online courses and 101 students are enrolled in some online courses.
All StudentsEnrolled Exclusively Online Courses Enrolled in Some Online Courses
All Students346101101
Online Courses Student Enrollment at Calvary University

Student Location Enrolled Exclusively In Online Courses

39 students lived in Missouri or jurisdiction in which the school is located are enrolled exclusively in online courses and 62 students live in other State or outside of the United States.
Missouri ResidentsOther States in U.S. Outside of U.S.
All Students39602
Student Location Enrolled Exclusively In Distance Learning Course

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