Fast Facts about Winthrop University
Winthrop University is a comprehensive teaching university committed to academic excellence, cultural diversity, and public service. It is a medium-sized, residential institution with national-caliber academic programs and strong community spirit.
- Location: Rock Hill, SC
- Founded: 1886
- Status: Public, coeducational
- Alma Mater: audio clip
- Calendar Year: Semester
- School Colors: Garnet and Gold
- Team Name: Winthrop Eagles
- Mascot Name: Big Stuff
- Fight Song: audio clip
- Conference: Big South, NCAA Div. 1
- National Accreditation: 100% in all eligible academic programs
- Student to Faculty Ratio: 15 to 1
- Average Size of Undergraduate Lecture Courses: 24
- Female: 67% Male: 33%
- Total Enrollment: 6,170
- Undergraduate Enrollment: 5,029
- Graduate Enrollment: 1,141
- Freshman population: 1,143
- Undergraduate students come from: 34 states and 37 countries
- Degree Programs: Winthrop awards a total of 42 undergraduate and 26 graduate degrees with more than 100 programs of study offered through concentrations and options.
Most information is based on fall 2012 data.
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