By the Numbers

Dominican College Facts

ENROLLMENT

1,441 full-time students in Fall 2013
1,527 undergraduate students
471 graduate students

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT BODY

66% female
34% male

UNDERGRADUATE DIVISIONS

Allied Health
Arts and Sciences
Business
Nursing
Social Sciences
Teacher Education

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Nursing
Occupational Therapy
Business
Physical Therapy
Teacher Education
Teacher of Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired

MOST POPULAR UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS

Nursing
Criminal Justice
Biology
Athletic Training
Social Sciences
Management
Psychology
Social Work
English
Communication Studies

FACULTY

75 full-time faculty
15:1 faculty/student ratio
59% of faculty hold doctorates or other terminal degrees

FINANCIAL AID

First-time full-time freshman receiving financial aid: 100%
Total full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 96%
Total part-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 57%
Total undergraduates receiving financial aid: 89%
Average financial aid package (FT/FT): $17,132

ALUMNI

11,284 Alumni as of January 1, 2014

ATHLETICS

12 varsity teams: seven for men and five for woman that play in Division II of the NCAA
Champions of 10 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) championships, 9 tournaments, and the teams have represented the College at national and regional NCAA tournaments 13 times (in the last five years)
In 2013 the women’s athletic program was  honored with a third consecutive Alfred R. Restaino, Sr. Cup.

MASCOT

Charlie the Charger

COLORS

Red and black

HISTORY

The College was founded in 1952 by the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt.

CAMPUS PROPERTIES

Main campus: 31 acres
Athletic fields and parking: 17 acres
Extended campus: 22 acres
Buildings making up the campus: 15