STUDENT CONSUMER INFORMATION


Student Body Diversity

Full-time Students - Fall 2021
  Undergraduate students* Master’s students Professional students**
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage
Gender
Men 224 35.22% 10 17.54% 139 38.50%
Women 412 64.78% 47 82.46% 222 61.50%
Total 636 100.00% 57 100.00% 361 100.00%
 
IPEDS Race/Ethnicity designation
           
Nonresident alien 26 4.09% 10 17.54% 29 8.03%
Hispanic/Latino of any race 57 8.96% 3 5.26% 28 7.76%
American Indian or Alaska Native 4 0.63% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Asian 127 19.97% 9 15.79% 58 16.07%
Black or African American 50 7.86% 8 14.04% 23 6.37%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
White 314 49.37% 24 42.11% 186 51.52%
Two or more races 41 6.45% 3 5.26% 9 2.49%
Race and ethnicity unknown 17 2.67% 0 0.00% 28 7.76%
Total 636 100.00% 57 100.00% 361 100.00%

*Undergraduate students include BS-seeking students, Pre-PharmD students, and PharmD students in the first two professional years (P1 and P2)
**Professional students include PharmD students in the final two professional years (P3 and P4). 
ACPHS reports gender and race/ethnicity data on students enrolled as October 15 of each year in the IPEDS Fall Enrollment survey component. IPEDS only allows for the reporting of student gender in a binary system as either Man or Woman. Internally, ACPHS is exploring more inclusive ways to collect and report student gender data. Totals may not add to 100.0% due to rounding.
Data were updated 6/11/2022.

 

     
Full-time Undergraduate Students Awarded Pell Grants
   
          Number Percentage
Federal Pell Grant Recipients Fall 2019       211 27%
Federal Pell Grant Recipients Fall 2018       232 27%
Federal Pell Grant Recipients Fall 2017       240 27%
Federal Pell Grant Recipients Fall 2016       225 25%
Federal Pell Grant Recipients Fall 2015       247 24%
ACPHS reports federal aid awarded to undergraduate students in the IPEDS Student Financial Aid survey component.
Data were last updated on 5/10/2021          

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