Colleges with Low Student to Faculty Ratio in California
This page lists colleges with the lower Student to Faculty Ratio (a faculty teaches/cares less students which means probably more attention/support on each student) in California. Loma Linda University has the lowest students to faculty ratio of 3 to 1 where 417 faculty or instructional staffs teach 4,468 undergraduate students in California.
We exclude colleges whose programs are focused on certificate, associate, and/or special subjects such as arts and music from the ranking. We aslo exclude schools which total student population is less than 1,000.
The next table shows the schools that have low Student to Faculty Ratio with total number of students and faculties. Note that the actual ratio is computed based on number of undergraduate students and instructional staffs who teach undergraduate programs. It may differ from the number of faculties shown in below table. You may want to check colleges having the Highest Student to Faculty Ratio in California.
|Name||Student to Faculty Ratio||# of Students||# of Full-time Faculty||# of Part-time Faculty|
|1||Loma Linda University||3 to 1||4,468||391||26|
|2||Stanford University||4 to 1||15,953||3,724||500|
|3||Pomona College||6 to 1||1,475||215||52|
|4||Claremont McKenna College||8 to 1||1,264||170||9|
|5||Occidental College||8 to 1||1,839||200||69|
|6||Saint Mary's College of California||9 to 1||3,439||203||626|
|7||University of Southern California||9 to 1||46,287||2,403||1,305|
|8||Azusa Pacific University||10 to 1||9,006||447||625|
|9||Dominican University of California||10 to 1||1,837||99||208|
|10||Loyola Marymount University||10 to 1||9,686||615||409|