UC Clermont

Fast Facts

Undergrad Enrollment 2018-19

  • Fall semester - 3,017
  • Full-time - 1,617 (54%)
  • Part-time - 1,400 (46%)
  • Female - 1,703 (56%)
  • Male - 1,309 (43%)
  • Unknown gender - 5 (less than 1%)
  • Age 25 or older - 724 (24%)

Students by Ethnic Category

  • African American - 95 (3.1%)
  • American Indian - 6 (0.2%)
  • Asian - 52 (1.7%)
  • Hispanic - 82 (2.7%)
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander - *Less than 5 not reported
  • Non-resident Alien - 9 (0.3%)
  • Two or more races - 85 (2.8%)
  • Unknown - 104 (3.4%)
  • White - 2,581 (85.5%)

Faculty

  • Full-time - 80 (includes librarians)
  • Adjunct - 218
  • Student/Faculty Ratio - 12:1

Class Facts

  • Average lecture class size - 25 students
  • Classes are offered during the day, evening and on the weekend, with flexible schedules to fit the needs of your busy life.
  • Online class offerings are growing, with dozens of courses offered each semester plus entire associate degree programs and certificates available only online.

Student/Faculty Facts

  • 90% of our full-time professors have advanced degrees. These professors are in the classroom teaching, too; you won't have a graduate assistant teaching your class.
  • During the 2018 Fall term:
    • 1,788 (59.3%) freshman students
    • 1,110 (36.8%) sophomore students
    • 31 (1.0%) junior students
    • 88 (2.9%) senior students

Programs of Study

  • Bachelor's Degrees - 1
  • Associate Degrees - 41
  • Certificates - 14
  • Non-degree programs - 4

Library

  • Local holdings - 21,728
  • Annual library attendance - 70,066
  • E-Journals and magazines - 170,173

Facilities

  • Total square footage (GSF) - 272,699
  • Buildings - 9
  • Land (acres) - 91.2
  • Parking spaces - 2,200

Admission Guidelines

Open admissions policy: We accept everyone with a high school diploma or GED or their equivalent. Some students may need to complete preparatory courses before beginning college-level class work.

Athletics

Accreditation

UC Clermont is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.