Institutional Research

The Office of Institutional Research gathers, organizes, analyzes, and disseminates data about different operations of the University in support of University decision makers.

About Us

The Office of Institutional Research gathers, organizes, analyzes, and disseminates data about different operations of the University in support of University decision makers. The Office serves as a major repository for information on enrollment, and degrees awarded, and is charged with analyzing and interpreting these data for use in planning and policy decisions. The Office of Institutional Research has a major responsibility for compiling and filing reports required by the U.S. Department of Education as well as completing the external surveys and information request received by the university.

Contact Us

Hieu Nguyen
Director of Institutional Research
Email: hnguyen@chaminade.edu

Facts & Statistics

Undergraduate program at-a-glance: statistical information of undergraduate students

Overview

Average Class Size

19 students

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Student-Faculty Ratio

11 to 1

Full-Time Faculty

93

Student Body by Gender

71% Female
29% Male

Catholic

44% identify as Catholic

Housing

24.3% of students live in university-controlled housing

Undergraduate Enrollment

1,183 students

Total Enrollment

2,530 students

Student Body by Ethnic Background

  • Asian 38%
  • African-American 3%
  • Hispanic 5%
  • Native-American 0.5%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 21%
  • Non-Resident Alien 1.5%
  • White 14%
  • Two or More Ethnicities 13%
  • Unknown 4%

Student Body by Residence

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Hawaii

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U.S. Mainland

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Pacific Islands

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International