Enrollment Statistics, Fall 2013
- Total enrollment at the university is 31,065 for the first semester of the 2013-2014 academic year.
- The student body is composed of 21,974 undergraduate students, 5,152 graduate students, and 3,939 professional students.
- International students comprise 12.1 percent of the total student body.
- 13.6 percent of students identify as minorities.
- 82 percent of University of Iowa students are enrolled full-time.
- Over 51 percent of the students are women.
- The largest college is Liberal Arts, enrolling 53.8 percent of the total student body.
- Iowa residents comprise about 55 percent of the total enrollment; 25 percent of the student population come from adjoining states; and 12 percent come from foreign countries. The remaining 8 percent come from the 43 other states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. Students come to the university from every Iowa county, all fifty states, two U.S. possessions, and 114 foreign countries.
Minority enrollment comprises 13.6 percent of the total enrollment:
- African American 2.7%
- Asian 3.4%
- Hispanic 5.2%
- Native American 0.2%
- Native Hawaiian 0.1%
- Two or more races 2%
12 percent of the student body are international students representing 114 foreign countries.
Top ten undergraduate majors
- Pre-Business (1,899 students)
- Psychology (1,079)
- English (735)
- Communication Studies (732)
- Biology (662)
- Health and Human Physiology (640)
- Finance (602)
- Human Physiology (471)
- Nursing Interest (453)
- Mechanical Engineering (440)
Most common graduate majors
- Education (652 students)
- Engineering (332)
- Public Health (283)
- Nursing (258)
- Social Work (223)
- English (220)
- Music (213)
- Business (non-MBA) (142)
- Chemistry (136)
- Physical Therapy and Rehab Science (109)
For complete enrollment statistics see the Office of the Registrar for the current Profile of Students.