Enrollments and Gender at Colorado State

Colorado State University reports that there are 13,812 women students enrolled at the university this fall. They make up 51.7 percent of the total enrollments. While enrollments overall are nearly evenly divided between men and women, there are large gender gaps in some divisions of the university.

For example, women are 71 percent of the students in the school of veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences and 65 percent of the students in the division of applied human sciences.

But only 19.8 percent of the engineering students and 42 percent of the business students at Colorado State are women.

Women make up nearly 58 percent of all Colorado State undergraduate students in the natural sciences but only 41 percent of the university’s graduate students in the natural sciences.


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