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Polytechnic Institute of New York University    
 
    
 
  Dec 15, 2017
 
2011-2013 Catalog (without addenda) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Statistics on Enrollment and the Student Body


Enrollment 2010-2011

Fall 2010

  Undergraduate Graduate Total

  FT PT TOT FT PT TOT  
Brooklyn 1695 73 1768 1503 854 2357 4125
Long Island 16 119 135 135
Wetchester 11 83 94 94
Broad Street 52 26 78 78
Total 1695
73
1768
1582
1082
2664
4432

Student Body

Fall 2010

  Undergraduate Graduate

  Men Women Men Women
Brooklyn 1424 344 1709 648
Long Island 116  19
Wetchester 81  13
Broad Street 55 23
Total 1424
344
1961
703

Student Retention

As required by the New York State Education Department Higher Education Data System, Polytechnic conducts a yearly cohort survival analysis. This study collects data for a group or cohort of first-time, full-time freshmen (students who never attended college before) who enter Polytechnic. The data measures retention patterns and indicates the time needed to complete undergraduate degrees at Polytechnic. For a cohort study of first-time full-time students who entered Polytechnic as freshmen in fall 2004, 38 percent received their Bachelor of Science degree within four years, 52 percent graduated in five years and 55 percent completed their degree within six years.

Persistence and Completion Information

First-time full-time undergraduate students continuing at the Institute, 2009-2010 to 2010-2011:

Institute-wide: 86%

Enrollment by Racial/Ethnic Status
(Using standard federal classifications)

  Undergraduate Students Graduate Students

Asian, Pacific Islander 31.4% 9%
Caucasian 27.4% 14.8%
Black, non-Hispanic 9%  4.8%
Hispanic 12%  2.7%
Native American 0.2%  0%
International* 10.7% 55%
Unknown 9.3% 13.7%

*International students come from more than 57 countries