Location:
Daytona Beach, FL

Status:
Private, co-educational

Enrollment Fall 2015:
Undergraduate – 3,679
Graduate – 152
New Students – 1,047

Undergraduate Student Demographics (Fall 2015):
Residential students - 1,985 (54%)
In-State - 2,611 (71%)
Out-of-State -974 (26%)
International - 141 (4%)
Incoming Transfer Students -142 (4%)
Female - 2,155 (59%)
Male - 1,524 (41%)
Black/African Americans - 2,947 (80%)
American Indian/Alaskan Natives - 3 (<1%)
Asian - 3 (<1%)
Hispanic/Latino - 103 (2.7%)
Native Hawaiian - 4 (<1%)
Non Resident Alien - 87 (2.3%)
White/Caucasian - 64 (2%)
Race Unknown - 383 (10.4%)
2 or More Races - 85 (2.3%)

Graduate Student Demographics (Fall 2015):
Residential Students – 4 (3%)
In-State – 113 (74%)
Out-of-State – 26 (17%)
Unknown State – 4 (3%)
International – 9 (6%)
Female – 89 (59%)
Male – 63 (41%)
Black/African Americans – 120 (79%)
Asian – 1 (<1%)
Hispanic/Latino – 6 (4%)
Native Hawaiian – 2 (1%)
Non Resident Alien – 3 (2%)
White/ Caucasian – 4 (3%)
Race Unknown – 14 (9%)
2 or More Races – 2 (1%)

Faculty:
Full-Time: 197
Part-Time: 95
Student/Faculty Ratio – 1:16

Tuition & Fees (2015-16):
Tuition: $14,410.00
Room & Board: $8,710.00

Resident Halls:
1 Male / 2 Female / 7 Co-Ed 

Degrees Conferred:
During 2014-15, the University conferred 533 degrees.

Undergraduate Academic Majors:
Accounting, Aging Studies, Business Administration, Business Education 6-12, Biology, Biology Education 6-12, Chemistry, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Computer Sciences, Criminal Justice, Elementary Education K-6/ESOL, English, English Education 6-12/ESOL, Exceptional Student Education K-12/ESOL, Finance, History, Hospitality Management, Integrated Environmental Science, International Business, International Studies, Information Systems Management, Mass Communications, Mathematics, Music Recording Technology, Music, Music Education K-12, Liberal Studies, Nursing, Physical Education K-12, Physical Education Recreation, Political Science, Psychology, Religion and Philosophy, Social Science Education 6-12, Sociology, and Speech Communication.

Graduate Academic Majors:
Counseling Psychology, Criminal Justice Administration, Integrated Environmental Science, Exceptional Student Education, Public Health, and Transformative Leadership.

Endowment:

$54,186,000 (2015)