In 2016, 47 people graduated from undergraduate and graduate programs at Tribal Colleges. 76.6% of these graduates were women, and 29.8% were men. The majority of graduating students were American Indian (42 graduates), meaning that there were 14 times more American Indian graduates than the next closest race/ethnicity group, White, with 3 graduates.
The median undergraduate tuition at Tribal Colleges is $3,120, which is $102 less than the national median of $3,222. The cost of out-of-state tuition is $3,120, which is 100% of the cost for in-state students, and is $102 less than the national median $3,222.
The median in-state tuition at Tribal Colleges is $3,120, which is $102 less than the national median in-state tuition of $3,222. The cost of out-of-state tuition is $3,120, which is 100% of the cost for in-state students, and is $3,816 less than the national median out-of-state tuition of $6,936.
After taking grants and loans into account, the average net price for students is $6,813.
In 2016, 73% of undergraduate students received federal grants, while 0% of undergraduate students received federal loans.
Tribal Colleges received 252 undergraduate applications in 2016, which represents a 11% annual growth. Out of those 252 applicants, 233 students were accepted for enrollment, representing a 92.3% acceptance rate.
There were 268 students enrolled at Tribal Colleges in 2016, and 6% of first-time enrollees submitted SAT scores with their applications.
Tribal Colleges have an overall enrollment yield of 52.5%, which represents the number of admitted students who ended up enrolling.
Tribal Colleges have a median enrollment of 268 students. The full-time enrollment at Tribal Colleges is 182 students and the part-time enrollment is 86. This means that 67.9% of students enrolled at Tribal Colleges are enrolled full-time.
The enrolled student population at Tribal Colleges, both undergraduate and graduate, is 91.8%American Indian or Alaska Native, 6.81%White, 1.08%Hispanic or Latino, 0.36%Black or African American, N/A Unknown, N/A Two or More Races, and N/A Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders.
Students enrolled at Tribal Colleges in full-time Undergraduate programs are majority American Indian or Alaska NativeFemale (34.4%), followed by American Indian or Alaska NativeMale (19.7%) and WhiteFemale (1.79%). Students enrolled in full-time Graduate programs are majority American Indian or Alaska NativeFemale (1.08%), followed by American Indian or Alaska NativeMale (0.36%) and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific IslandersMale (N/A).
In 2016, 22 more women than men graduated from Tribal Colleges. The majority of students graduating from Tribal Colleges are American Indian. These 42 graduates mean that there were 14 times more American Indian graduates than the next closest race/ethnicity group, White, with 3 graduates.
Tribal Colleges have a median endowment valued at nearly $2.87M, as of the end of the 2015 fiscal year. The return on its endowment was of $7,812 (0.27%), compared to the 0.27% average return ($7,812 on $2.87M) across all Tribal Colleges.
In 2015, Tribal Colleges had a median expenditure of $9.4M. Of that $9.4M, they spent $3.38M on salaries and $991,509 on benefits.
Tribal Colleges employs 20Instructors, 15Assistant professors, and 15No academic ranks. Most academics at Tribal Colleges are MaleInstructors (10), FemaleInstructors (8), and MaleAssistant professors (8).
The most common positions for non-instructional staff at Tribal Colleges are: Librarians, Curators, Archivists, and Academic Affairs and Other Education Services, with 12 employees, Office and Administrative Support, with 10 employees, and Management with 7 employees.