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CSU Demographics & Diversity Report

Below Average Overall Diversity
Below Average Racial-Ethnic Diversity
Below Average Male/Female Diversity
How diverse is Clarks Summit University? College Factual's <nil> diversity report reveals the truth about diversity at CSU. We analyzed racial demographics, gender ratios, student age ranges, and more.

CSU Student Population

768 Total Students
335 Undergraduates
175 Graduate Students

How Many Students Attend Clarks Summit University?

CSU total enrollment is approximately 768 students. 335 are undergraduates and 175 are graduate students.

CSU Undergraduate Population

Male/Female Breakdown of Undergraduates

The full-time CSU undergraduate population is made up of 51% women, and 49% men.


For the gender breakdown for all students, go here.

CSU Racial/Ethnic Breakdown of Undergraduates

Race/Ethnicity Number
White 270
Hispanic 24
Black or African American 22
Multi-Ethnic 6
International 5
Asian 5
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0
Unknown 0

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CSU Graduate Student Population

Male/Female Breakdown of Graduate Students

About 37% of full-time grad students are women, and 63% men.


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CSU Racial-Ethnic Breakdown of Graduate Students

Race/Ethnicity Number
White 140
Black or African American 13
Multi-Ethnic 7
Hispanic 7
Asian 5
International 2
Unknown 1
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0

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Racial/Ethnic Diversity

17% Racial-Ethnic Minorities *
Low Faculty Racial/Ethnic Diversity

CSU Racial Demographics:

Race/Ethnicity Number
White 625
Black or African American 45
Hispanic 43
Multi-Ethnic 22
Asian 15
International 9
Unknown 5
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0

Low Racial/Ethnic Diversity Among Faculty

Clarks Summit University Faculty Racial/Ethnic Demographics:

Ethnicity Number of Faculty
White 153
Black or African American 2
Asian 1
Multi-Ethnic 1
Hispanic 0
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0
International 0
Unknown 0

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CSU Male/Female Diversity

More Male Students
More Male Teachers
This school is more popular with men than with women.


There are approximately 347 female students and 421 male students at CSU.

Close to Even Balance of Male & Female Teachers

Reporting of the gender of CSU is unknown or unavailable.

Faculty Gender Ratio  75.16 out of 100.
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There are more male teachers than female teachers at this school.


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There are approximately 59 female teachers and 98 male teachers.

High Geographic Diversity

56.82% Out of State
2.22% Out of the Country

CSU ranks 550 out of 2,183 when it comes to geographic diversity.

56.82% of CSU students come from out of state, and 2.22% come from out of the country.

Student Location Diversity  74 out of 100.
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The undergraduate student body is split among 20 states (may include Washington D.C.). Click on the map for more detail.


Top 5 States

State Amount
Pennsylvania 37
New York 12
Michigan 6
New Jersey 5
Connecticut 3

International Students at CSU

Students from 11 countries are represented at this school, with the majority of the international students coming from Canada, Bahamas, and Brazil.

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High Student Age Diversity

High Student Age Diversity
36.98% Traditional College Age
The age diversity score this school received indicates it is doing a good job attracting students of all ages.

Student Age Diversity  91.12 out of 100.
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A traditional college student is defined as being between the ages of 18-21. At CSU, 36.98% of students fall into that category, compared to the national average of 60%.

Student Age Group Amount
35 and over 159
20-21 150
18-19 124
22-24 121
25-29 73
30-34 63
Under 18 0

Notes and References


*The racial-ethnic minorities count is calculated by taking the total number of students and subtracting white students, international students, and students whose race/ethnicity was unknown. This number is then divided by the total number of students at the school to obtain the racial-ethnic minorities percentage.


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