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Population Comparison Between Atlantic 10 Conference Members

Total PopulationUndergraduateGraduateOnline Classes

Total Student Population Comparison

The total student population of colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference is 212,974 with 121,767 female students and 91,207 male students. This enrollment statistics is based on the latest data from IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education for academic year 2020-2021. The following table compares the student population for both undergraduate and graduate schools between colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference.
Among the colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference, George Mason University has the most enrolled students of 38,541, while Davidson College has the least number of students of 1,983 for both in graduate and undergraduate programs.
Student Population Comparison Between Colleges In Atlantic 10 Conference
NameTotalMenWomen
George Washington University27,01710,219 16,798
University of Massachusetts-Amherst31,64215,565 16,077
Saint Louis University12,2294,796 7,433
Fordham University16,3646,388 9,976
St Bonaventure University2,5401,248 1,292
Davidson College1,983947 1,036
University of Dayton11,6505,942 5,708
Duquesne University8,8303,074 5,756
La Salle University4,6241,579 3,045
Saint Joseph's University6,7792,863 3,916
University of Rhode Island17,6497,532 10,117
George Mason University38,54118,339 20,202
University of Richmond4,0561,842 2,214
Virginia Commonwealth University29,07010,873 18,197
Total212,974 91,207121,767

Undergraduate Student Population

The total undergraduate population of colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference is 145,833 with 80,993 female students and 64,840 male students. The following table compares 2020-2021 undergraduate enrollment between colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference.
Among the colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference, George Mason University has the most enrolled undergraduate students of 27,104, while St Bonaventure University has the least number of undergraduate students of 1,839.
Undergraduate Student Population Comparison Between Colleges In Atlantic 10 Conference
NameTotalMenWomen
George Washington University11,7634,293 7,470
University of Massachusetts-Amherst24,23311,966 12,267
Saint Louis University7,7233,022 4,701
Fordham University9,3994,017 5,382
St Bonaventure University1,839976 863
Davidson College1,983947 1,036
University of Dayton8,6444,444 4,200
Duquesne University5,3831,925 3,458
La Salle University3,2931,182 2,111
Saint Joseph's University4,2992,019 2,280
University of Rhode Island14,9046,461 8,443
George Mason University27,10413,698 13,406
University of Richmond3,3231,546 1,777
Virginia Commonwealth University21,9438,344 13,599
Total145,83364,84080,993

Graduate Student Population

The total graduate population of colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference is 145,833 with 80,993 female students and 64,840 male students. The following table compares 2019-2020 graduate enrollment between colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference.
Among the colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference, George Mason University has the most enrolled graduate students of 27,104, while St Bonaventure University has the least number of graduate students of 1,839.
Graduate Student Population Comparison Between Colleges In Atlantic 10 Conference
NameTotalMenWomen
George Washington University11,7634,293 7,470
University of Massachusetts-Amherst24,23311,966 12,267
Saint Louis University7,7233,022 4,701
Fordham University9,3994,017 5,382
St Bonaventure University1,839976 863
Davidson College1,983947 1,036
University of Dayton8,6444,444 4,200
Duquesne University5,3831,925 3,458
La Salle University3,2931,182 2,111
Saint Joseph's University4,2992,019 2,280
University of Rhode Island14,9046,461 8,443
George Mason University27,10413,698 13,406
University of Richmond3,3231,546 1,777
Virginia Commonwealth University21,9438,344 13,599
Total145,83364,84080,993

Distance Learning (Online Class) Enrollment

The following table compares 2019-2020 distance learning enrollment for both undergraduate and graduate programs between colleges in Atlantic 10 Conference. In undergraduate programs, out of total 143,850 students, 58,747 students (40.84%) have taken courses only through distance learning and 58,259 students (40.50%) have learned from at least one online course. For graduate schools, out of total 67,141 students, 30,887 students (46.00%) have taken courses only through distance learning and 13,915 students (20.73%) have learned from at least one online course.
Online Course (Distance Learning) Population Comparison Between Colleges In Atlantic 10 Conference
NameUndergraduateGraduate
TotalOnline ExclusivelySome Online ClassesTotalOnline ExclusivelySome Online Classes
George Washington University11,763 847
(7.20%)
304
(2.58%)
15,254 4,464
(29.26%)
1,253
(8.21%)
University of Massachusetts-Amherst24,233 21,027
(86.77%)
3,190
(13.16%)
7,409 5,032
(67.92%)
1,044
(14.09%)
Saint Louis University7,723 1,420
(18.39%)
5,022
(65.03%)
4,506 1,123
(24.92%)
1,425
(31.62%)
Fordham University9,399 2,801
(29.80%)
6,559
(69.78%)
6,965 4,501
(64.62%)
1,817
(26.09%)
St Bonaventure University1,839 3
(0.16%)
1,042
(56.66%)
701 626
(89.30%)
58
(8.27%)
Davidson CollegeDavidson College does not offer online courses.
University of Dayton8,644 37
(0.43%)
1,865
(21.58%)
3,006 1,063
(35.36%)
295
(9.81%)
Duquesne University5,383 75
(1.39%)
4,695
(87.22%)
3,447 1,000
(29.01%)
1,478
(42.88%)
La Salle University3,293 799
(24.26%)
2,324
(70.57%)
1,331 963
(72.35%)
137
(10.29%)
Saint Joseph's University4,299 177
(4.12%)
2,886
(67.13%)
2,480 2,119
(85.44%)
215
(8.67%)
University of Rhode Island14,904 3,078
(20.65%)
10,795
(72.43%)
2,745 777
(28.31%)
1,011
(36.83%)
George Mason University27,104 19,884
(73.36%)
7,050
(26.01%)
11,437 7,351
(64.27%)
2,617
(22.88%)
University of Richmond3,323 - -733 - -
Virginia Commonwealth University21,943 8,599
(39.19%)
12,527
(57.09%)
7,127 1,868
(26.21%)
2,565
(35.99%)
Average143,850 58,747
(40.84%)
58,259
(40.50%)
67,141 30,887
(46.00%)
13,915
(20.73%)