|President:||Dr. Julie Sullivan (2013- )|
|Founded:||In 1885 in St. Paul, Minn., by Archbishop John Ireland|
|Type:||Catholic comprehensive urban university|
|Enrollment (fall 2017):||9,878 total: 6,199 undergraduate - including 107 students in the Dougherty Family College (DFC) - and 3,679 graduate students|
|Coeducational:||Since 1977. In 2017-2018, total 51 percent men and 49 percent women. Undergraduate enrollment: 54 percent men and 46 percent women.|
|Students of color:||15 percent of undergraduates and 22 percent of the graduate student population|
|International students:||567 international students (162 undergraduates and 401 graduate students) from 65 countries|
|Tuition:||$40,244 (undergraduate 2017-2018). Tuition for graduate and professional programs is charged on a per-credit basis and varies by program of study.
|Estimated room and meals:||$10,054 is average (2017-2018) for undergraduates
|Financial aid:||Received by more than 90 percent of first-year students. Financial aid for graduate study also is available.|
|Average class size:||21 (undergraduate) and 19 (graduate)|
|Undergraduate degrees and majors:||Students may choose from more than 90 majors and 60 minors in a variety of degrees including bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of music, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering or a bachelor of science in electrical engineering. An associate of arts degree is offered through the Dougherty Family College.|
|Graduate degrees:||More than 60 graduate degrees in a dozen subject areas.|
|Academic divisions:||Eight academic divisions: College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling - Education (bachelor's, master's, specialist, doctorate) and Professional Psychology (master's and doctorate); College of Arts and Sciences (bachelor's and master's); Opus College of Business (bachelor's and master's); School of Engineering (bachelor's and master's); Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity (master's); School of Law (juris doctor); School of Social Work (bachelor's and master's); Dougherty Family College (associate of arts degree)
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