Student Population Changes

The average student population over the last 10 years is 18,447 where 20,902 students are attending the school for academic year 2017-2018. Next table and chart illustrate the changes of student population by gender at University of Alabama at Birmingham since 2018.
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YearTotalUndergraduateGraduate
TotalMenWomenTotalMenWomen
2009-1016,87410,6464,4776,1696,2282,3373,891
2010-1117,54311,0284,6086,4206,5152,3734,142
2011-1217,57511,1284,6416,4876,4472,3384,109
2012-1317,99911,2914,7666,5256,7082,3974,311
2013-1418,56811,5024,7806,7227,0662,5294,537
2014-1518,69811,6794,8776,8027,0192,5334,486
2015-1618,33311,5114,7486,7636,8222,4374,385
2016-1719,53512,3695,0597,3107,1662,5314,635
2017-1820,90213,1345,3257,8097,7682,7834,985
Average18,44711,5884,8096,7796,8602,4734,387
Student Population Changes of University of Alabama at Birmingham

Undergraduate Enrollment Changes

The average number of Undergraduate student over the last 10 years is 11,588 where 13,134 students are attending the Undergraduate school for academic year 2017-2018. Next table and chart illustrate the changes of Undergraduate enrollment by attending status and gender at University of Alabama at Birmingham since 2018.
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YearTotalFulltimeParttime
TotalMenWomenTotalMenWomen
2009-1010,6467,9383,3554,5832,7081,1221,586
2010-1111,0288,2043,5024,7022,8241,1061,718
2011-1211,1288,1373,4624,6752,9911,1791,812
2012-1311,2918,2703,5314,7393,0211,2351,786
2013-1411,5028,3573,5014,8563,1451,2791,866
2014-1511,6798,4723,5774,8953,2071,3001,907
2015-1611,5118,2973,4214,8763,2141,3271,887
2016-1712,3698,9713,6885,2833,3981,3712,027
2017-1813,1349,6773,9335,7443,4571,3922,065
Average11,58811,5883,5524,92811,5881,2571,850
Undergraduate Enrollment Changes of University of Alabama at Birmingham

Graduate Enrollment Changes

The average number of Graduate student over the last 10 years is 6,860 where 7,768 students are attending the Graduate school for academic year 2017-2018. Next table and chart illustrate the changes of Graduate enrollment by attending status and gender at University of Alabama at Birmingham since 2018.
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YearTotalFulltimeParttime
TotalMenWomenTotalMenWomen
2009-106,2283,7101,5782,1322,5187591,759
2010-116,5153,6831,5462,1372,8328272,005
2011-126,4473,5271,4962,0312,9208422,078
2012-136,7083,6951,5412,1543,0138562,157
2013-147,0663,6041,5412,0633,4629882,474
2014-157,0193,8621,5342,3283,1579992,158
2015-166,8223,5151,4382,0773,3079992,308
2016-177,1663,7201,5162,2043,4461,0152,431
2017-187,7684,0571,6572,4003,7111,1262,585
Average6,8606,8601,5392,1706,8609352,217
Graduate Enrollment Changes of University of Alabama at Birmingham

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity Changes

Next table and chart illustrate the student population trends by race/ethnicity at University of Alabama at Birmingham over the past 10 years (2009-2018).
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YearAmerican Indian or Native AmericanAsianBlackHispanicNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific IslanderWhiteTwo or More Races
2009-10797553,527286010,8040
2010-11567603,756339811,281175
2011-12537953,7893761111,216326
2012-13448403,8624381511,419446
2013-14489003,9294881411,853524
2014-15469313,9434961411,840563
2015-16481,0093,8515541211,408613
2016-17581,0944,1845931011,871672
2017-18641,1804,435673812,530744
Average559183,9204711011,580451
Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity Changes of University of Alabama at Birmingham

Distance Learning (Online Courses) Enrollment Changes

In average, 3,826 students are enrolled in online degree program exclusively and the number of online students have increased 78.09% since 2018. Next table and chart illustrate the changes of online student population by enrolled type at University of Alabama at Birmingham from 2012 to 2018.
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YearTotal EnrollmentOnline CompletelyEnrolled in Some Online CoursesNot Enrolled in Online Courses
2012-1317,9992,7614,08211,156
2013-1418,5683,4554,40510,708
2014-1518,6983,6804,61010,408
2015-1618,3333,7128,6595,962
2016-1719,5354,4285,8739,234
2017-1820,9024,9176,4929,493
Average19,0063,8265,6879,494
Distance Learning (Online Courses) Enrollment Changes of University of Alabama at Birmingham


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