Enrollment by Ethnicity, Oregon Residence Code, and Student Level

University of Oregon, Fall 2007 Fourth Week

  Ethnicity Residency Total
Nonresident
Alien
Black, non-Hispanic American Indian /
Alaska Nat
Asian or Pacific Isl Hispanic White, non-Hispanic Unknown Res Nres
Nres All Res Nres All Res Nres All Res Nres All Res Nres All Res Nres All Res Nres All
Undergrad Freshman Male 134 134 26 36 62 27 5 32 102 55 157 48 31 79 1,082 521 1,603 76 47 123 1,361 829 2,190
Female 102 102 27 12 39 20 9 29 104 46 150 63 32 95 1,139 536 1,675 93 47 140 1,446 784 2,230
All 236 236 53 48 101 47 14 61 206 101 307 111 63 174 2,221 1,057 3,278 169 94 263 2,807 1,613 4,420
Sophomore Male 70 70 25 15 40 10 6 16 79 27 106 38 14 52 979 303 1,282 67 22 89 1,198 457 1,655
Female 86 86 21 4 25 11 10 21 91 31 122 50 24 74 1,043 366 1,409 64 31 95 1,280 552 1,832
All 156 156 46 19 65 21 16 37 170 58 228 88 38 126 2,022 669 2,691 131 53 184 2,478 1,009 3,487
Junior Male 75 75 12 12 24 15 2 17 81 22 103 41 18 59 1,088 252 1,340 96 29 125 1,333 410 1,743
Female 80 80 20 8 28 18 5 23 79 30 109 67 13 80 1,204 302 1,506 112 24 136 1,500 462 1,962
All 155 155 32 20 52 33 7 40 160 52 212 108 31 139 2,292 554 2,846 208 53 261 2,833 872 3,705
Senior Male 109 109 17 19 36 19 2 21 88 38 126 48 13 61 1,325 290 1,615 146 30 176 1,643 501 2,144
Female 100 100 28 4 32 34 4 38 108 38 146 87 10 97 1,493 352 1,845 132 34 166 1,882 542 2,424
All 209 209 45 23 68 53 6 59 196 76 272 135 23 158 2,818 642 3,460 278 64 342 3,525 1,043 4,568
Postbac
UG
Male 18 18 1 1 2       1 3 4 1   1 65 8 73 11   11 79 30 109
Female 16 16 1   1       5 2 7 7 1 8 84 7 91 9 3 12 106 29 135
All 34 34 2 1 3       6 5 11 8 1 9 149 15 164 20 3 23 185 59 244
Subtotal Male 406 406 81 83 164 71 15 86 351 145 496 176 76 252 4,539 1,374 5,913 396 128 524 5,614 2,227 7,841
Female 384 384 97 28 125 83 28 111 387 147 534 274 80 354 4,963 1,563 6,526 410 139 549 6,214 2,369 8,583
All 790 790 178 111 289 154 43 197 738 292 1,030 450 156 606 9,502 2,937 12,439 806 267 1,073 11,828 4,596 16,424
Graduate Masters Male 62 62 4 6 10 8 1 9 14 13 27 14 9 23 279 214 493 48 53 101 367 358 725
Female 122 122 4 4 8 7 5 12 16 16 32 19 16 35 365 237 602 54 74 128 465 474 939
All 184 184 8 10 18 15 6 21 30 29 59 33 25 58 644 451 1,095 102 127 229 832 832 1,664
Doctoral Male 114 114 4 12 16 6 3 9 12 28 40 10 15 25 188 353 541 30 85 115 250 610 860
Female 85 85 2 10 12 7 3 10 14 39 53 9 21 30 169 293 462 26 65 91 227 516 743
All 199 199 6 22 28 13 6 19 26 67 93 19 36 55 357 646 1,003 56 150 206 477 1,126 1,603
Oth Grad Male 3 3                         2 3 5 1 1 2 3 7 10
Female 9 9       1   1             18 1 19 1   1 20 10 30
All 12 12       1   1             20 4 24 2 1 3 23 17 40
Subtotal Male 179 179 8 18 26 14 4 18 26 41 67 24 24 48 469 570 1,039 79 139 218 620 975 1,595
Female 216 216 6 14 20 15 8 23 30 55 85 28 37 65 552 531 1,083 81 139 220 712 1,000 1,712
All 395 395 14 32 46 29 12 41 56 96 152 52 61 113 1,021 1,101 2,122 160 278 438 1,332 1,975 3,307
NU, NG Nonadm UG Male 13 13       2   2 10 4 14 1 1 2 59 14 73 40 9 49 112 41 153
Female 3 3 1   1 4 1 5 1 3 4 2   2 44 10 54 28 7 35 80 24 104
All 16 16 1   1 6 1 7 11 7 18 3 1 4 103 24 127 68 16 84 192 65 257
Nonadm GR Male 9 9 1   1       2 1 3 3 1 4 75 11 86 41 4 45 122 26 148
Female 9 9             8 1 9 2   2 129 19 148 52 20 72 191 49 240
All 18 18 1   1       10 2 12 5 1 6 204 30 234 93 24 117 313 75 388
Subtotal Male 22 22 1   1 2   2 12 5 17 4 2 6 134 25 159 81 13 94 234 67 301
Female 12 12 1   1 4 1 5 9 4 13 4   4 173 29 202 80 27 107 271 73 344
All 34 34 2   2 6 1 7 21 9 30 8 2 10 307 54 361 161 40 201 505 140 645
All Students Male 607 607 90 101 191 87 19 106 389 191 580 204 102 306 5,142 1,969 7,111 556 280 836 6,468 3,269 9,737
Female 612 612 104 42 146 102 37 139 426 206 632 306 117 423 5,688 2,123 7,811 571 305 876 7,197 3,442 10,639
Total 1,219 1,219 194 143 337 189 56 245 815 397 1,212 510 219 729 10,830 4,092 14,922 1,127 585 1,712 13,665 6,711 20,376

Source: OUS Office of Institutional Research, November 1, 2007. Includes extended enrollment students and credit.