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Student Profile

Rochester University enrolls a diverse student body for an academic experience rooted in a faith-based Christian environment. The fall 2020 enrollment includes 1,231 students from 22 states and 13 nations.

Attendance Type

In addition to the traditional daytime program on the main campus, Rochester University offers three specialized degree tracks for students. An accelerated learning program features both evening and online degree completion programs. Evening courses are offered on the main campus and at both the Macomb University Center and the Mott University Center. Students with sufficient academic ability can enroll in an early college program with participating schools while still enrolled in high school. Early college students can complete specific courses for college credit or earn an associate degree through this program. A graduate program in missional leadership offers specialized training for both professional and lay ministry. The data below is based upon the fall semester of 2020.

Enrollment Status

At the beginning of each academic year, most students at Rochester University are classified as either first time in college, transfer, returning, non-degree seeking, or graduate students. The data below is based upon the fall semester of 2020.

Gender

As a coeducational institution, Rochester University enrolls both male and female students. The data below is based upon the fall semester of 2020.

Race and Ethnicity

Most racial and ethnic groups are represented in the Rochester University student body. The data below is based upon the fall semester of 2020.

Home Origin

While the majority of students at Rochester University are from Michigan, normally 20-25 states and 10-15 other nations are represented in the student body. The data below is based upon the fall semester of 2020.

Residency

While a higher percentage of Rochester University students live in residence halls their first and second years, many others commute from either home or off-campus housing. The data below is based upon the fall semester of 2020.