Quick Facts

Fall 2016 Data, unless otherwise noted.

Final Enrollment*
(Undergraduate / Graduate)*

Final FTE
(Undergraduate / Graduate)

Graduation Rate**
Six-year

Retention Rate**
Fall 2015 to Fall 2016

2,429
(2,066 / 363)

2,160
(1,971 / 189)

34%
Undergraduate

67%
First-time Freshman

Student to Faculty Ratio*

Top Degrees Conferred
Academic Year 1516

Enrollment by Racial/Ethnic Category**
Full-Time Undergraduate

15:1

  • Regents Bachelor of Arts
  • Business Administration
  • Master of Social Work
  • Master of Education
  • Education/Elementary

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  • Nonresident Aliens (88)
  • Hispanic/Latino (18)
  • Black or African American (123)
  • White (1,593)
  • American Indian or Alaska Native (7)
  • Asian (8)
  • Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (3)
  • Two or More Races (32)
* Based on data submitted to WVHEPC
** Based on data submitted to IPEDS
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Data Requests

Faculty & Staff should use the internal Work Order system (http://workorder.concord.edu) to submit data requests.  Any other data requests will be fulfilled beginning with the completion of this online form.

Common Data Set

External Resources

For additional data, such as student loan default rates, please refer to the following external resources:

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Student Right-To-Know Information

The Student Right-to-Know Act requires Title IV institutions to post graduation and retention rates of all full time students who enter the institution. This data is for prospective students, their families, and others to view.

The link below provides the required information from the IPEDS database for Concord University regarding admissions, enrollment, financial aid, graduation, and awards and degrees conferred. Data is for cohorts composed of full-time degree-seeking students.

Please also refer to the following link which contains Concord University's Scorecard from the U.S. Department of Education.