New numbers from the enrollment office for the spring semester list aerospace engineering as the fifth most popular major at Iowa State University. AerE enrolls 761 undergraduate students which makes up almost 10% of all engineering students. Aerospace engineering, which is the College of Engineering’s second most common major, includes 158 freshman students. Mechanical engineering is …Continue reading “Aerospace Engineering is 5th most popular major at Iowa State”
Enrollment in the mechanical engineering undergraduate program at Iowa State for the spring 2017 semester is nearly twice the size of the next biggest major, according to data from the Office of the Registrar. ME’s spring 2017 enrollment comes in at 2,054, ahead of second-place kinesiology and health with 1,119 students. Though not a degree-granting …Continue reading “Mechanical engineering has largest undergrad enrollment on campus”
The information below originally appeared in a story written by Annette Hacker with University News Service. Iowa State’s enrollment continues to flourish. The university’s official fall 2016 enrollment of 36,660 is the largest in school history, an increase of nearly 1.9 percent (659) over the previous record of 36,001 in fall 2015. In the last …Continue reading “College of Engineering enrollment reaches 9,645”
This fall, the College of Engineering has an enrollment of 9,312 total students, surpassing last year’s record enrollment of 8,789.
Undergraduate enrollment of 7,949 is up from 7,523 last year, and graduate enrollment of 1,363 is up from 1,266. Engineering continues to be the largest college on campus.
More students than ever before are enrolled at Iowa State and the College of Engineering this year. Surpassing last year’s enrollment by more than 575, this fall the college has 7,508 students taking classes, contributing to the university’s record enrollment of 31,040. This year also set another record for the college—with 6,495 undergraduates, engineering has …Continue reading “University, CoE see enrollment records again this year”
The College of Engineering has again reached a new milestone in student enrollment. This year, the college saw a growth of 460 students to bring the college’s total enrollment to 6,932. This total comprises 5,935 undergraduate students and 997 graduate students. The college’s enrollment increase contributes to the university’s record enrollment of 29,887 students. “The …Continue reading “Engineering undergraduate enrollment sets another record”
I was recently at a national meeting of engineering deans, and in conversations with my colleagues, it’s clear that the Great Recession and the pullback in support from state legislatures have placed created significant pressures for engineering education in the United States. At the same time, our corporate partners have challenged us in two ways: …Continue reading “Our vision, our plan”
With Iowa State University undergraduate and graduate student enrollment soaring at a record of 28,682 students this year, it’s little surprise that enrollment in the College of Engineering has surpassed last year’s numbers, which were at a 25-year high. Still, there are underlying reasons why undergraduate enrollment increased this fall by 418 students and graduate …Continue reading “Enrollment on a roll”
In both undergraduate and graduate enrollment, the College of Engineering has surpassed last year’s numbers and moved to more than 6,500 total students. Those totals contributed to a record university enrollment of 28,682. Undergraduate enrollment in the college stands at 5,448, which is an increase of 418 students over 2009. Graduate enrollment increased 73 students …Continue reading “Surge in engineering enrollment contributes to university records”
With 5,086 undergraduates majoring in engineering this fall, the Iowa State University College of Engineering has achieved a 25-year high in enrollment. The increase is 410 more students than last fall. The college, which is routinely among the top 10 in the nation for undergraduate enrollment, has averaged more than 4,600 students per year since …Continue reading “Engineering enrollment exceeds 5,000”
The College of Engineering is one of two Iowa State colleges that expects an enrollment increase for first-year and transfer students for fall of 2009, according to Joel Johnson, director of engineering student programs and services. July projections for the incoming class range from 1,510 to 1,540 students compared to 1,418 who enrolled in fall …Continue reading “Enrollment trends upward”