Enrollment Facts & Figures

Arizona’s Enrollment at a Glance

Below are a few highlights for Fall 2022 new student enrollment.

Please visit University Analytics and Institutional Research for complete enrollment profile.


9,091 First-year students
2,848 Transfer students


First-Year Students

1265 Average SAT
26 Average ACT
3.66 Average H.S. GPA (4.00 scale)


First-year Students

49.2% Arizona residents
46.7% Non-resident
4% International


First-year Students

3.5% American Indian or Alaska Native
10.8% Asian
7.7% Black or African American
27.7% Hispanic or Latinx
1.1% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
73.8% White

Students are counted in every race/ethnicity group in which they have self-identified in UAccess Student; therefore, the total percentage will exceed 100%.


First-year Students

28.7% First-generation
27% Pell Recipient

 “This year’s new students demonstrate the university’s solid commitment to excellence, access and diversity. Through intentional outreach, programming, and collaboration, we are excited to welcome our most academically talented and ethnically diverse class. Our new students bring a wealth of experience and commitment to education, I am confident they will soar as Wildcats.” 

Kasey Urquídez, Ed.D., Vice President, Enrollment Management, and Dean, Undergraduate Admissions

Upward Trends in Enrollment

Enrollment trends at Arizona continue to rise across the board. Here’s a look at how enrollment in 2022 stacks up against previous years.

40,407 Undergraduate Students Compared to 30,665 in Fall 2011
10,727 Graduate Students Compared to 7,083 in Fall 2011
3,510 International Students Compared to 2,680 in Fall 2011
56.5% 3.75 or higher High School GPA Compared to 31.8% in Fall 2018
25.1% Top 10% of High School Graduating Class Compared to 15.9% in Fall 2018
1265 Average SAT Score Compared to 1229 in Fall 2018