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BYU - H Demographics & Diversity Report

Below Average Overall Diversity
Below Average Racial-Ethnic Diversity
Below Average Male/Female Diversity
What does the BYU - H student population look like? College Factual wanted to know the facts so we crunched the numbers. We analyzed racial diversity, gender ratios, age and geographic origins of college campuses accross the United States. See how Brigham Young University - Hawaii fared in our <nil> diversity report.

BYU - H Student Population

3,180 Total Students
2,764 Undergraduates

How Many Students Attend Brigham Young University - Hawaii?

BYU - H total enrollment is approximately 3,180 students.

BYU - H Undergraduate Population

Male/Female Breakdown of Undergraduates

The full-time BYU - H undergraduate population is made up of 62% women, and 38% men.


For the gender breakdown for all students, go here.

BYU - H Racial/Ethnic Breakdown of Undergraduates

Race/Ethnicity Number
International 1,279
White 711
Multi-Ethnic 370
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 153
Hispanic 147
Asian 77
Unknown 13
Black or African American 5

See racial/ethnic breakdown for all students.

Racial/Ethnic Diversity

28% Racial-Ethnic Minorities *
High Faculty Racial/Ethnic Diversity

BYU - H Racial Demographics:

Race/Ethnicity Number
International 1,386
White 848
Multi-Ethnic 421
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 203
Hispanic 174
Asian 88
Unknown 43
Black or African American 6

High Racial/Ethnic Diversity Among Faculty

Brigham Young University - Hawaii Faculty Racial/Ethnic Demographics:

Ethnicity Number of Faculty
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 259
White 211
Asian 74
Black or African American 2
Hispanic 0
International 0
Multi-Ethnic 0
Unknown 0

Learn more about the faculty at BYU - H.

BYU - H Male/Female Diversity

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


There are approximately 1,969 female students and 1,211 male students at BYU - H.

Even Balance of Male & Female Teachers

Reporting of the gender of BYU - H is unknown or unavailable.

Faculty Gender Ratio  93.33 out of 100.
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There are more male teachers than female teachers at this school.


More about BYU - H faculty.

There are approximately 280 female teachers and 320 male teachers.

High Geographic Diversity

85.1% Out of State
19.77% Out of the Country

BYU - H ranks 70 out of 2,183 when it comes to geographic diversity.

85.1% of BYU - H students come from out of state, and 19.77% come from out of the country.

Student Location Diversity  96 out of 100.
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The undergraduate student body is split among 33 states (may include Washington D.C.). Click on the map for more detail.


Top 5 States

State Amount
Utah 99
Hawaii 52
California 43
Arizona 27
Washington 22

International Students at BYU - H

Students from 46 countries are represented at this school, with the majority of the international students coming from Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea.

Learn more about international students at BYU - H.

High Student Age Diversity

High Student Age Diversity
43.08% 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  71.41 out of 100.
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A traditional college student is defined as being between the ages of 18-21. At BYU - H, 43.08% of students fall into that category, compared to the national average of 60%.

Student Age Group Amount
22-24 1,014
18-19 734
20-21 620
25-29 545
30-34 99
35 and over 70
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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