University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
FALL 2013 ENROLLMENT
Total   Undergraduate   Graduate and Graduate/Professional
# %   # %   # %
   
43,710 100.0%   28,283 64.7%   15,427 35.3%
   
   
BY GENDER    
Female 20,880 47.8%   13,876 49.1%   7,004 45.4%
Male 22,830 52.2%   14,407 50.9%   8,423 54.6%
43,710 100.0%   28,283 100.0%   15,427 100.0%
   
   
* % of U.S. &   * % of U.S. &   * % of U.S. &
Permanent   Permanent   Permanent
BY RACE/ETHNICITY AND CITIZENSHIP Resident Aliens   Resident Aliens   Resident Aliens
(Maximum count methodology used beginning with Fall, 2010)1    
Resident Non-Resident Total   Resident Non-Resident Total   Resident Non-Resident Total
African American 1,477 789 2,266 6.0%   1,156 358 1,514 5.8%   321 431 752 6.6%
Hispanic American 925 951 1,876 5.0%   647 517 1,164 4.4%   278 434 712 6.3%
Native American 296 148 444 1.2%   228 62 290 1.1%   68 86 154 1.4%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 39 46 85 0.2%   18 23 41 0.2%   21 23 44 0.4%
Asian American 3,091 2,683 5,774 15.3%   2,349 1,697 4,046 15.4%   742 986 1,728 15.2%
White 16,951 10,448 27,399 72.6%   12,417 6,824 19,241 73.1%   4,534 3,624 8,158 71.7%
Not Indicated 1,445 1,190 2,635 7.0%   1,184 704 1,888 7.2%   261 486 747 6.6%
* SUBTOTAL: US Citizens and 22,722 14,992 37,714   16,873 9,456 26,329   5,849 5,536 11,385
Permanent Resident Aliens                
               
International 1,024 4,972 5,996   7 1,947 1,954   1,017 3,025 4,042
Excluded Enrollments (1) 0 0 0       0       0
TOTAL 23,746 19,964 43,710   16,880 11,403 28,283   6,866 8,561 15,427
Note 1: Composition by race and ethnicity is calculated on a base that includes U.S. Citizens and Permanent Resident Aliens in degree-granting programs on the Ann Arbor campus.
Students are counted in each race category they indicated was applicable.  The subtotal and total are unduplicated counts and may add to more than the detail.