An All-Time High Six-Year Graduation Rate

The University of St. Thomas set an all-time high for its six-year graduation rate while enrolling an academically strong Class of 2024. The six-year graduation rate, a federal standard set by the U.S. Department of Education, reached 80.2%.

Total enrollment for 2020-21 is 9,792 and includes 50% female students, 22% students of color, 74% full-time students and 15% non-Minnesota residents.

The Class of 2024 comprises 1,396 new undergraduate students. Their average GPA is 3.69 and they have a mid-50th percentile ACT range of 23-29. The Class of 2024 includes 19% students of color. The Class of 2024 also already has college-level learning; 31% of the students bring Advanced Placement credits with them.

Here’s a snapshot of the 2020-21 student body:

Total enrollment:9,792
Four-year students:6,137
New undergraduate students:1,396
Graduate students:3,459
Two-year students:196
Transfer students:164
International students:495
Number of countries represented:71
Number of states represented:47 (at time of admission)

Graduate student enrollment for 2020-21 is broken down as follows:

College of Arts and Sciences graduate enrollment:140
Opus College of Business graduate enrollment:923
School of Divinity graduate enrollment:127
School of Education graduate enrollment:490
Morrison Family College of Health graduate enrollment:492
School of Engineering graduate enrollment:742
School of Law graduate enrollment:545

Visit the Institutional Data, Analytics and Reporting page on OneStThomas for more St. Thomas facts, including in-depth and historical reports. A PowerPoint presentation also is available on OneStThomas.