Facts and Figures

Below is a snapshot of and resources for current (as of March 2020) and historical data related to student, faculty, staff and administration diversity. 
The Office of Institutional Research website has the most up-to-date numbers and dives deeper into the demographics and data points. 

Student Data


Ethnicity - all students (2019-20)

number

percentage

American Indian or Alaska Native

155

0.7%

Asian

1,441

6.4%

Black or African American

548

2.4%

Hispanic or Latino

2,857

12.6%

International

1,842

8.1%

Native Hawaiian or Other PAcific Islander

97

0.4%

Race or ethnicity unknown

468

2.1%

Two or more races

1,635

7.2%

White

13,572

60.0%

Total

22,615

100%

Source: UO Office of Institutional Research; 4th week census fall term 2019


Ethnicity - Undergraduate (2019-20)

Percentage

Students of Color

33.7%

White Students

59.2%

International Students

7.2%

Source: UO Office of Institutional Research; 4th week census fall term 2019


Ethnicity - graduate (2019-20)

Percentage

Students of Color

23.2%

White Students

64.1%

International Students

12.7%

Source: UO Office of Institutional Research; 4th week census fall term 2019


 

GENDER - ALL STUDENTS (2018-19)

Number

percentage

Male

10,536

46.3%

Female

12,224

53.7%

Total

22,760

100%

Source: UO Office of Institutional Research; 4th week census fall term 2019

 

Gender by student level (undergraduate)

percentage

Male

46.2%

Female

53.8%

Source: UO Office of Institutional Research; 4th week census fall term 2019

 

Gender by student level (graduate)

Percentage

Male46.3%
Female53.7%

Source: UO Office of Institutional Research; 4th week census fall term 2019


 

 


 

Staff gender

female

male

Administrators

39.3%

60.7%

Classified

56.7%

43.3%

Officers of Administration

58.6%

41.4%

 

Staff of color

Percentage

Administrators

21.4%

Classified

17.2%

Officers of Administration

15.9%

 

 

 

Sources:  The Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity collects self-reported race/ethnicity and gender information during the hiring process. The employee data used in the report is extracted from Banner at the end of October by the Office of Institutional Research. An employee’s information is based on their “primary” position at the theme of the extract from Banner. The comparison to the Association of American Universities is based on data submitted to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) as part of their Human Resources collection. For the purposes of the comparisons, only public insertions are used. The Oregon demographic data is provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.