Ohio State University Statistical Summary


The Ohio State University - Statistical Summary (Autumn 2019)

Accreditation  Buildings
 Enrollment  Acreage
 Enrollment, Minority  Endowment
 Tuition and Fees  Fund Raising
 Budget  Research Expenditures
 Historical Information  Administration
 Academic Structure  Enrollments, Large U.S. campuses
 Employees  Abbreviations
 Payroll, Annual 2019 Statistical Summary (PDF)

Accreditation

The Ohio State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).
NCA/HLC
30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400
Chicago, Illinois 60602-2504
(800) 621-7440

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Enrollment (Autumn 2019)

 
Columbus Campus
Total University
Total
61,391
68,262
Men
30,281
33,564
Women
31,110
34,698
Undergraduates
46,818
53,669
Graduate students
11,285
11,305
Professional students
3,288
3,288
Ohioans
42,366
49,190
Non-Ohioans
19,025
19,072
Foreign students
6,563
6,571
Students with Disabilities*
3,742
Veteran Students
 
1,294
*Self-identified students whose disability has been documented based on OSU standards.

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Enrollment, Minority (Autumn 2019)

 
Columbus Campus
Total University
Total Enrollment
61,391
% of Total
68,262
% of Total
Total minorities
13,744
22.4%
15,285
22.4%
African American
3,953
6.4%
4,637
6.8%
Asian American
4,409
7.2%
4,666
6.8%
Hispanic
3,025
4.9%
3,309
4.8%
Two or More Races
2,278
3.7%
2,584
3.8%
American Indian/Alaskan Native
47
0.1%
53
0.1%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
32
0.05%
36
0.05%

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Tuition and Fees, 2019-2020 academic year

Semester
Annual
Ohio undergraduate* Columbus)
$5,542
$11,084
Ohio undergraduate** (Regional)
$3,956
$7,912
Nonresident undergraduate* (Columbus)
$16,030
$32,061
Ohio graduate* (Columbus)
$6,212
$12,425
Nonresident graduate* (Columbus)
$18,004
$36,009
Typical annual cost, all fees***
$27,912

*Includes COTA, Student Activity, Recreational, and Student Union Facility fees
**Fees exclude program and technology fees
***Typical fees for a new first year freshman on Columbus campus
****Under the Ohio State Tuition Guarantee, rates for new first-year undergraduate students entering in 2019-2020 will be frozen for four years.


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Budget, Fiscal Year 2020 (as approved by Trustees)

Total revenues $7.5 billion
Tuition and Fees $1.2 billion
State Support $473 million
Auxiliary $377 million
Health System $3.4 billion
Other $2.1 billion
   
Total expenditures $7.0 billion
Salaries $1.6 billion
Benefits $430 million
Financial Aid $429 million
Health System $3.4 billion
Other $1.1 billion
 
Financial Information (Fiscal Year: July 1-June 30)
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total)

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Historical Information

Established by Legislature 1870
First classes taught 1873
Received present name 1878
First graduating class 1878
Degrees granted (through Aug. 2019) 781,159

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Academic Structure (Autumn 2019)

Colleges
15
Undergraduate majors
> 250*
Master's degree programs
171
Doctoral degree programs
113
Professional degree programs
9
Courses (estimated)
12,000
*Numbers of majors varies depending on specialty, track, and other factors.

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Employees (Autumn 2019)

 
FTE
Headcount
Total
38,211.36
49,030
Regular Tenure Track Faculty
2,825.38
2,839
Regular Clinical Faculty
1,775.83
1,836
Regular Research Faculty
106.46
113
Associated Faculty
2,172.12
2,795
Administrative and Professional Staff
21,687.45
22,897
Civil Service Staff
5,109.96
5,240
Student Employees
4,534.16
13,310

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Payroll, Annual, 2018-2019

For all employees $2.916 billion

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Buildings (Autumn 2019)

Total
1,297
Columbus campus (Franklin County)
631
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark campuses
83
OARDC & ATI
291
Satellite - Columbus Campus (Non-Franklin County)
292

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Acreage (Autumn 2019)

Total
16,163
Columbus campus
1,666
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark campuses
1,482
OARDC (all locations) & ATI*
8,677
Molly Caren Agricultural Center
2,092
Don Scott Airport
1,338
Golf courses
485
Miscellaneous - Satellite
423

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Endowment (Total University and Foundation - Long-Term Investment Pool)

Market value, June 30, 2019 $5.257 billion

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Fund Raising, 2018-2019

Donors 272,635
Total new activity $623.3 million

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Research Expenditures, 2018-2019

Total
$931.1 million
Sponsored Programs
$582.5 million
Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital
$88.9 million
Transportation Research Center
$38.6 million
Other Research Programs (including OARDC)
$82.9 million
Institution (Cost sharing and support)
$138.2 million
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total)
 
Rank among U.S. public research universities based on research expenditures (NSF ‘18)
14th
Rank among all U.S. universities based on industry-sponsored research (NSF ‘18)
5th

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Administration

Kristina M. Johnson President-elect
Bruce A. McPheron Executive Vice President and Provost
Trustees Term Ending
Gary R. Heminger, Chair 2027
Abigail S. Wexner, Vice Chair 2023
Cheryl L. Krueger 2021
Michael Kiggin 2021
Brent R. Porteus 2022
Erin P. Hoeflinger 2022
Alex R. Fischer 2023
Hiroyuki Fujita 2024
Alan A. Stockmeister 2025
John W. Zeiger 2026
Elizabeth P. Kessler 2027
Lewis Von Thaer 2028
Jeff M.S. Kaplan 2028
Anand Shah, Undergraduate Student Member 2021
James D. Klingbeil, Charter Trustee 2021

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Enrollments, Largest Public U.S. Universities (Autumn 2018)

Texas A&M University, College Station 68,679
University of Central Florida, Orlando 68,475
Ohio State University, Columbus Campus 61,170
University of Maryland-University College 60,603
Florida International University, Miami 57,942
University of Florida, Gainesville 52,218
University of Texas, Austin 51,832
Arizona State University, Tempe 51,585
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 50,734
Michigan State University, East Lansing 50,351

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Abbreviations:
ATI = Agricultural Technical Institute; FTE = Full-time Equivalent; OARDC = Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center


Compiled by the Office of Institutional Research and Planning.

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