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Assessment Brief #87 - Did You Know? Quick Facts About The Oxford Campus Class of 2019

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September 2015

The following preliminary data were compiled by the Office of Institutional Research and the Office of Enrollment Management from a variety of sources, including: the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), ACT Student Questionnaire responses (from the Admissions Office), student applications, and the Office of the Registrar. The information on this page refers to incoming students on the Oxford campus only.

Student Demographics

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  • 51% are female; 49% are male
  • 55% are from Ohio; an additional 9% are from the contiguous states of IN, MI, KY, PA and WV
  • Over 13% are ethnically multicultural; an additional 8% are international
  • 71% of international students are from China
  • 27% graduated from a private high school
  • 13% have a parent who attended Miami University and 11% have a sibling who attended

Academic Credentials

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  • 35% of the first-year students graduated in the top 10% of their class
  • 7% graduated in the top 1%
  • 73 incoming first-year students were ranked #1 in their class
  • 58% have transfer credits (e.g., AP, PSEOP)
  • The average credit received is 18 hours.
  • The average ACT score is 28; 33% scored a 30 or higher and 43% scored a 29 or higher
  • The average SAT Verbal score is 594 and the average SAT Math score is 636

Student Majors and Coursework

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  • Students have 101 different intended majors; 18% of the students are in University Studies

The distribution of students' majors across the divisions is as follows:

  • College of Arts and Science (excluding University Studies) - 30%
  • Farmer School of Business - 24%
  • College of Engineering and Computing - 13%
  • College of Education, Health, and Society - 10%
  • College of Creative Arts - 5%

Course Breakouts:

  • 56% are taking UNV 101 or equivalent
  • 31% are taking ENG 111 (Composition)
  • 20% are taking a 100-level Chemistry course
  • 30% are taking a 100-level biological sciences course (BIO or MBI)
  • 22% are taking Calculus (I, II, or III)
  • 35% are taking at least one creative arts course
  • 27% are taking a foreign language
  • 13% are taking at least one Honors course (either HON or H-level)

Financial Aid

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  • 9% of incoming students are Pell Grant recipients
  • Using the U.S. Department of Education definition, 35% of incoming students have financial need
  • 100% of first-year students with financial need received financial aid
  • Among the 65% of students who filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the following family incomes were reported:
    • Income Range (Oxford Campus)
      • Less than $50,000 - 13%
      • $50,000 --$100,000 - 19%
      • $100,000 -- $150,000 - 22%
      • $150,000 -- $200,000 - 17%
      • Over $200,000 - 29%