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Facts and Statistics

Students in the library

Overview

  • Average Class size: 19
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 12 to 1
  • Full Time Faculty: 92
  • Total Enrollment: 2,739
  • Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,326

Location

  • Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.
  • (Kaimuki Neighborhood)
  • Island of Oahu

Student Body By Ethnic Background

  • 37% Asian
  • 3% Black
  • 5% Hispanic
  • .3% Native American
  • 15% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
  • 2% Non-Resident Alien
  • 16% White
  • 18% Two or more ethnicities
  • 3% Unknown

Student Body by Residence

  • 66% Hawaii
  • 24% Mainland U.S.
  • 8% Pacific Islands
  • 2% Other Countries

Student Body by Gender

  • 68% Female
  • 32% Male

Students, Religion

  • 44% Catholic

Affiliation

  • Catholic, Marianist

Accreditation

  • The University is accredited by The Western Association of Schools and Colleges, wascweb.org

Defining Characteristics

Chaminade has several defining characteristics that set it apart from many institutions of higher learning. These are reflected in the statistics below. Chaminade has:

  • Historically, a highly diverse population, with many minorities represented. Most distinctively, Chaminade has a high proportion of Asian/Hawaii ancestry students and Pacific Islanders.
  • A higher proportion of female students
  • A very safe campus
  • Small class sizes, a low student-to-faculty ratio
  • 44% Catholic student body, (the university welcomes all faiths)

Office of Institutional Research

The office of Institutional Research compiles these figures. Additional statistical data can be found in the Chaminade Factbook.

» Office of Institutional Research