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Facts and Figures

Programs of Study

Degrees and Certificates

Professional-Technical
Professional-Technical
Four Year

1. The first two years of college

Types of Classes

Programs of Study - Types of Classes

Student / Faculty Ratio

19:1

For all full-time equivalent (FTE) enrolled students

Enrollment

Student Enrollment (annual)

All students
16,336

2. State funds cover a portion of the instructional cost
3. Includes International Education Programs and Running Start
4. Includes Continuing Education, Institute of English and other programs

Highest-Enrolled Programs

Enrollment by Select Program

High School Programs
353

Running Start

High School Programs
517

Tech Prep

Students

Demographics (state-supported FTEs)

Gender
Student Demographics - Gender
Median Age
27.2
Ethnicity
Student Demographics - Ethnicity

International Students

Total Enrollment: 2,803

Countries Represented: 81

Countries with the most international
students at Seattle Central
Student Demographics - International Students

Awards

1,300

Degrees, certificates and other awards conferred

Demographics of Graduates

1,119

Students receiving associate degrees or certificates

Student Demographics - Gender

Transfer Success

Workforce Success

Financial Aid

3,294

Students receiving awards (unduplicated headcount)

7,394

Number of
awards disbursed

$19,265,411

Total value of awards disbursed

*Financial Aid figures are for the 2012-13 Academic Year.

Employees

Ethnicity Staff FT Faculty PT Faculty Total
African American 47 14 41 102
American Indian / Alaskan Native 2 0 4 6
Asian American / Pacific Islander 65 19 77 161
Hispanic 15 7 12 34
Other / Unknown 9 2 18 29
White / Caucasian 153 106 399 658
Total 291 148 551 990

Years of Service (full-time faculty)

*Employee figures are for the 2012-13 Academic Year.

*All other figures are for the 2013-14 Academic Year (unless otherwise noted).

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