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A PROFILE > College of Arts and Sciences > Charlton College of Business > College of Engineering > College of Nursing > College of Visual and Performing Arts > School for Marine Science and Technology > School of Law > School of Education, Public Policy and Civic Engagement > Professional and Continuing Education Division Students (as of Fall 2010) 9,432 total enrollment 7,749 undergraduate students 1,683 graduate students 2,477 online enrollment 51% male; 49% female 18.9% students of color 4,500 live on campus 91.2% MA residents Academic programs 49 undergraduate majors 43 undergraduate minors 36 graduate degree programs 28 graduate certificates Faculty 375 full-time members 320 tenure/tenure track 96% holding terminal degrees 5 2010/11 Fulbright Scholars 19:1 student-faculty ratio Research activity $25.7 million Alumni 46,328 total 91.2% MA residents
Beyond the classroom 75 student clubs and orgs 35 student government seats 13 intramural sports 141,000 hrs community service 10,000 watts WUMD 89.3 FM
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Corsair athletics corsairathletics.com/ 14F/12M NCAA Division III teams 400 student athletes Tuition & fees (undergraduate as of Fall 2011) $11,135 MA residents $13,911 regional NE proximity $21,951 out-of-state $10,178 typical room & board 60% students receive financial aid 90% financial need met Budget $211.3 million revenues 24.8% state appropriation 33.1% tuition & fees 19.9% grants 22.2% auxiliary & other $210.9 million expenses 46.5% instruction/academic support 10.1% research 2.1% public service 11.0% institutional support 10.4% facilities 5.7% depreciation 3.8% scholarships 10.4% auxiliary/other Private support $32.3 million endowment $11 million instruction/academic support Regional economic impact $356 million annual 1,329 jobs created 1,509 university employees
Main campus $231 million, combined value of land, buildings, and equipment 710 acres, main campus 13 central buildings 85 classrooms 88 instructional labs/studios Claire T. Carney Library 460,000 volumes 46,000 E-journals 2,800 serial subscriptions
Additional locations Dartmouth School of Law Fall River Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center Bio-Manufacturing Center (2012) Professional and Continuing Education Center Fairhaven Center For Marketing Research Kaput Center for Research and Innovation in STEM Education SouthCoast Education Compact Center for University, School and Community Partnerships New Bedford Star Store Arts Campus School for Marine Science and Technology West Barnstable and Marthaâ€™s Vineyard Professional and Continuing Education
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Community outreach enterprises The SouthCoast Development Partnership SouthCoast Education Compact Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership Community Service Program Center for University, School and Community Partnerships Kaput Center for Research and Innovation in STEM Education Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center Arnold M. Dubin Labor Education Center Boivin Center for French Language and Culture Business Innovation Research Center Center for Indic Studies Center for Jewish Culture Center for Marketing Research Center for Molecular Diagnostics Center for Policy Analysis Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture Center for Rehabilitation Engineering Center for Teaching Excellence Ora M. DeJesus Gerontology Center Accreditation/Recognition New England Association of Schools and Colleges; Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business; Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology; National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission; National Association of Schools of Art and Design; Massachusetts Board of Higher Education; Carnegie Community Engagement Campus; Presidentâ€™s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Key dates in university history 1895 New Bedford Textile School chartered 1899 Bradford Durfee Textile School, Fall River, incorporated 1960 NBIT and BDCT merge to form Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute 1964 Groundbreaking for SMTI campus in North Dartmouth 1969 SMTI becomes Southeastern Massachusetts University (SMU) 1988 Swain School of Design merges with SMU 1991 SMU becomes UMass Dartmouth 1997 School for Marine Science and Technology opens in New Bedford 2001 College of Visual & Performing Arts opens New Bedford campus 2001 Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center opens in Fall River 2010 School of Law established