The University Record, October 26, 1992

Ann Arbor enrollment stands at 36,626—310 more than ’91

A total of 36,626 students are enrolled at the Ann Arbor campus this fall, 310 more than a year ago.

Of this year’s total, 23,198 are undergraduates and 13,428 are graduate students. The total includes 20,176 men and 16,450 women.

Of the undergraduate total, 16,260 (70.1 percent) are Michigan residents and 6,938 (29.9 percent) are non-residents.

Here are enrollment figures for individual schools and colleges on the Ann Arbor campus, and last fall’s figures:

College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 477 (488 last fall); School of Art, 555 (587); School of Business Administration, 2,551 (2,491); School of Dentistry, 505 (490); School of Education, 513 (504);

College of Engineering, 6,518 (6,194); School of Information and Library Studies, 269 (268); Division of Kinesiology, 566 (505); Law School, 1,144 (1,151); College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, 17,018 (17,382);

Medical School, 1,830 (1,839); School of Music, 835 (807); School of Natural Resources and Environment, 606 (571); School of Nursing, 898 (812); College of Pharmacy, 270 (261); School of Public Health, 840 (717); and School of Social Work, 557 (578).

These figures include both graduate and undergraduate students. In addition, 83 students (88 last fall) are enrolled in credit extension courses and 591 graduate students (583 last fall) are in intercollege programs.