Fast Facts

Academics

11:1

student-to-faculty ratio as of Fall 2021

419

full-time faculty as of Fall 2021

94

percentage of full-time faculty with the Ph.D. or other terminal degree as of Fall 2021

8,788

number of undergraduate and graduate students as of Fall 2021

242

undergraduate majors, minors, and pre-professional programs as of Academic Year 2021-22

107

graduate degree programs as of Academic Year 2021-22

2700+

experiential and workforce preparation opportunities through internships and on-the-job training 

1,364,719+

Buley Library's collection of print and media volumes, electronic books, and periodical journals as of Fall 2021

38

countries from around the world represented in the student body as of Fall 2021

84

percentage of alumni who find jobs within six months of graduation

 

Athletics

19

highly competitive NCAA Division II athletic teams

10

National NCAA Division II team titles

80

individual championships won by Southern athletes

 

Campus

7

new buildings opened since 2010 (including the new Health and Human Services and School of Business buildings opening in Spring of 2022 and Spring of 2023, respectively)

9

residence halls on campus (as of Fall 2021)

78

miles from campus to New York City

136

miles from campus to Boston

172

acre campus on the western side of New Haven, Connecticut

6.4

approximate number of miles from campus to Long Island Sound in West Haven  

130,000+

population of Southern's home city, New Haven

1,678

students live on campus

 

Costs

$11,882 total tuition and fee for a full-time, in-state, resident undergraduate student (academic year 2021-2022)

 

Other Facts

  • Our campus is located two miles from downtown New Haven.
  • Over 1200 students graduated in Spring 2021.
  • Southern students head to over 100 destinations worldwide through our International Education programs.
  • The SCSU Foundation manages over 350 scholarships as of Fall 2021.
  • The top five majors of the entering first-year class in Fall 2021 were Healthcare Studies, Psychology, Exploratory, Business Administration, and Nursing.
  • Southern is the only public university in the NCAA Division II Northeast-10 conference.
  • US News & World Report lists Southern as one of the Top Performers on Social Mobility in the Regional Universities North group.

 

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