Demographics

Cal State Fullerton benefits from rich diversity, and strives not only to mirror the the world around us, but to ensure that every member of the Titan community feels welcomed and supported.

Appearing below are demographic snapshots of our campus today, illustrating our past success and opportunities for the future.

 

Ethnicity: Current Students

Fall 2015

Pie chart of CSUF student enrollment by ethnicity

  • American Indian: .1%
  • Asian: 22.7%
  • Black: 2.3%
  • Hispanic: 40.5%
  • Multi-Race: 4.6%
  • Unknown: 4.4%
  • White: 25.4%

Ethnicity: Faculty

As of June 28, 2016

Pie chart of CSUF faculty ethnicity

  • American Indian: .5%
  • Asian: 17%
  • Black: 3%
  • Hispanic: 10%
  • Multi-Race: .5%
  • Unknown: 3%
  • White: 66%

Ethnicity: Staff

As of June 28, 2016

Pie chart of CSUF staff ethnicity

  • American Indian: .9%
  • Asian: 19%
  • Black: 8%
  • Hispanic: 26%
  • Multi-Race: 1.1%
  • Unknown: 4%
  • White: 41%

 


Model Campus University
Closing the Achievement Gap

CSUF has been notes as a "model campus" for its explicit goal to cut in half the achievement gap between underrepresented students and their their non-underrepresented peers.

11.7% gain for African American students
A top-gaining, four-year public institution for African American students

From 2003 to 2013, CSUF saw an 11.7% increase in African American student graduation rates and a 10.3% reduction in the achievement gap between white and black students.

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First-generation graduates

56% of bachelor's degree recipients are first-generation university graduates.

 


CSUF ranking for bachelor's degrees earned 2013-14

This chart illustrates Cal State Fullerton's ranking within the CSU, the state and nation for the overall number of bachelor's degree earned; number of degrees earned by Hispanic students; and number of degrees earned by underrepresented students.

Cal State Fullerton Rank In CSU In CA In USA
Bachelor's Degrees Earned (7,451) 1 2 19
Bachelor's Degrees earned by Hispanic students (2,420) 1 1 4
Bachelor's degrees earned by underrepresented students (2,621) 1 1 5