Dominican University: Campus Snapshot Brochure

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Outcomes-Oriented Service Learning: Senior Year

Post-Graduation 89%

73%

Employed / Participating in Service Program / Attending Graduate or Professional School

Participated in Service-Learning Program During 4-year Experience.

$36,097

Served an Internship or Field Placement.

Average Entry-Level Income

Predicted vs. Actual Graduation Rate

Ranked among the best and most affordable colleges in the Midwest.

Campus Snapshot

44% 24%

Total Enrollment

Engaged in Research with Faculty.

3,696

14%

80.7%

Students

Freshmen Retention

63% Six-year Graduation Rate

2,272 Undergraduate Students 1,424 Graduate Students

Freshman Admission Profile

Inclusive Excellence Ranked in 2012 Education Trust report as 6th among the country’s private universities for closing the graduation gap between Hispanic and White students.

The university’s incoming freshman class is 63% Hispanic

Incoming 2015 Freshman Class was 63% first-generation.

484 3.53 22 60% 20% 80%

White 44.6% Hispanic 33% Black 10.4% Other 9.1% Asian 2.9%

Enrolled Average high school GPA Average ACT Diversity Private high school Public high school

Freshman Admission Trends Applications Gross Admits Acceptance Rate Enrolled Yield

Total Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

Recognized as a “Bright Spot in Hispanic Education” by White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.

7900 West Division Street River Forest, IL 60305 708.366.2490 | dom.edu

Retention and Graduation Rates

Had Study Abroad Experience.

According to U.S. News & World Report, Dominican’s 6-year graduation rate is 9% greater than expected - an indication that we are enhancing predicted student achievement.

Dominican is a Designated Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI)

fall 2015

4169 2613 62.7% 484 18.5%

Selectivity and Characteristics of New Freshman 51% 19-21 64% 63%

Freshmen in Top 25% of HS Class ACT Composition (25th-75th Percentile) Pell Award First Generation


Top 10 Majors/Programs for Incoming Freshman 1. Nursing 2. Business Administration 3. Psychology 4. Criminology

Athletics The athletic department average GPA last year was

3.25 The men’s soccer team has qualified for the NCAA tournament every year since 2002 and the women’s volleyball team has qualified four out of the past five years.

5. Biology 6. Pre-Med

Accreditations Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Committee on Accreditation of the American Library Association (ALA) Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Accredited Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP); Illinois State Board of Education

7. Engineering 8. Accounting

A Valuable Investment

Endowment

9. Computer Science 10. Biology-Chemistry

Dominican’s endowment has grown to $30,179,432 which represents a 70.9% increase since FY 2010.

A Quality Institution U.S. News & World Report

President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

Ranked as one of the top 20 master’s level universities in the Midwest. In the magazine’s 2016 “Best Colleges” issue, Dominican is rated

Included as an exemplary community service program that achieves meaningful outcomes for students as well as their communities.

#20

Colleges of Distinction Recognized as a university “small by design yet rich in resources and opportunities.”

Average Net Price of Attendance for FT, First-Time Degree-Seeking Students $16,505

FY14

$22,612 $15,882

FY13

$22,199 $17,124

FY12

Average Family Income for Freshman Class of 2015:

$56,063 Average Family Income for Undergraduates:

$68,799

$22,335 Dominican Peers

National Survey of Student Engagement In 2014, 86% of Dominican seniors rated their overall experience as “Excellent” or “Good,” and 81% of seniors indicated that they would “definitely” or “probably” attend Dominican a gain.

Financial Aid Almost 93% of Dominican students receive some form of financial assistance. Pell Grant 64% Student Debt $22,500 (national average: 35%) Student Loan Default Rate 5.8% (national average: 13.7%)


Top 10 Majors/Programs for Incoming Freshman 1. Nursing 2. Business Administration 3. Psychology 4. Criminology

Athletics The athletic department average GPA last year was

3.25 The men’s soccer team has qualified for the NCAA tournament every year since 2002 and the women’s volleyball team has qualified four out of the past five years.

5. Biology 6. Pre-Med

Accreditations Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Committee on Accreditation of the American Library Association (ALA) Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Accredited Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP); Illinois State Board of Education

7. Engineering 8. Accounting

A Valuable Investment

Endowment

9. Computer Science 10. Biology-Chemistry

Dominican’s endowment has grown to $30,179,432 which represents a 70.9% increase since FY 2010.

A Quality Institution U.S. News & World Report

President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

Ranked as one of the top 20 master’s level universities in the Midwest. In the magazine’s 2016 “Best Colleges” issue, Dominican is rated

Included as an exemplary community service program that achieves meaningful outcomes for students as well as their communities.

#20

Colleges of Distinction Recognized as a university “small by design yet rich in resources and opportunities.”

Average Net Price of Attendance for FT, First-Time Degree-Seeking Students $16,505

FY14

$22,612 $15,882

FY13

$22,199 $17,124

FY12

Average Family Income for Freshman Class of 2015:

$56,063 Average Family Income for Undergraduates:

$68,799

$22,335 Dominican Peers

National Survey of Student Engagement In 2014, 86% of Dominican seniors rated their overall experience as “Excellent” or “Good,” and 81% of seniors indicated that they would “definitely” or “probably” attend Dominican a gain.

Financial Aid Almost 93% of Dominican students receive some form of financial assistance. Pell Grant 64% Student Debt $22,500 (national average: 35%) Student Loan Default Rate 5.8% (national average: 13.7%)


Outcomes-Oriented Service Learning: Senior Year

Post-Graduation 89%

73%

Employed / Participating in Service Program / Attending Graduate or Professional School

Participated in Service-Learning Program During 4-year Experience.

$36,097

Served an Internship or Field Placement.

Average Entry-Level Income

Predicted vs. Actual Graduation Rate

Ranked among the best and most affordable colleges in the Midwest.

Campus Snapshot

44% 24%

Total Enrollment

Engaged in Research with Faculty.

3,696

14%

80.7%

Students

Freshmen Retention

63% Six-year Graduation Rate

2,272 Undergraduate Students 1,424 Graduate Students

Freshman Admission Profile

Inclusive Excellence Ranked in 2012 Education Trust report as 6th among the country’s private universities for closing the graduation gap between Hispanic and White students.

The university’s incoming freshman class is 63% Hispanic

Incoming 2015 Freshman Class was 63% first-generation.

484 3.53 22 60% 20% 80%

White 44.6% Hispanic 33% Black 10.4% Other 9.1% Asian 2.9%

Enrolled Average high school GPA Average ACT Diversity Private high school Public high school

Freshman Admission Trends Applications Gross Admits Acceptance Rate Enrolled Yield

Total Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

Recognized as a “Bright Spot in Hispanic Education” by White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.

7900 West Division Street River Forest, IL 60305 708.366.2490 | dom.edu

Retention and Graduation Rates

Had Study Abroad Experience.

According to U.S. News & World Report, Dominican’s 6-year graduation rate is 9% greater than expected - an indication that we are enhancing predicted student achievement.

Dominican is a Designated Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI)

fall 2015

4169 2613 62.7% 484 18.5%

Selectivity and Characteristics of New Freshman 51% 19-21 64% 63%

Freshmen in Top 25% of HS Class ACT Composition (25th-75th Percentile) Pell Award First Generation