Norfolk State University                   Norfolk,  Virginia

 

Type of School

 

Setting

Public

 

Urban setting

University

 

Small city (50,000 - 249,999)

Four-year

 

Commuter campus

Coed

 

 

Percent applicants admitted: 71%

 

Size

Regionally Accredited

 

Total undergrads: 5,403

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

 

Degree-seeking undergrads: 5,314

College Board member

 

First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 1,057

Historically black

 

Graduate enrollment: 835

 

Most Popular Majors

 

For Bachelor's Degrees

 

 

Interdisciplinary Studies: 15%

For Associate Degrees

 

Business/Marketing: 14%

Engineering Technologies: 100%

 

Social Sciences: 13%

 

 

Psychology: 11%

 

 

Communications/Journalism: 8%

 

 

Health Professions: 8%

 

 

Public Administration and Social Services: 8%

 

Biological & Biomedical Sciences

 

Health Professions & Clinical Sciences

Biology  B

 

Clinical Laboratory Science  B

 

 

Health System Administration  B

Business, Management, & Marketing

 

Medical Records Administration  B

Accounting  B

 

Nursing (RN)  A,B

Business - General  B

 

 

Hospitality Administration/Management  B

 

History

 

 

History - General  B

Computer & Information Sciences

 

 

Computer/Information Sciences - General  B

 

Mathematics

 

 

Mathematics - General  B

Engineering

 

 

Electrical/Communications Engineering  B

 

Physical Sciences

 

 

Chemistry  B

Engineering Technologies

 

Optics  B

Architectural Engineering Technology  A

 

Physics  B

CAD/CADD Drafting/Design  B

 

 

Computer Engineering  B

 

Psychology

Construction/Building Technologies  B

 

Psychology - General  B

Electrical Engineering Technologies  B

 

 

 

Test Scores

 

 

 

Middle 50% of First-Year Students

Percent Who Submitted Scores

SAT Critical Reading:

400 - 480

83%

SAT Math:

400 - 470

83%

SAT Writing:

 -

83%

ACT Composite:

16 - 20

15%

 

13% had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and 3.24

 

6% in top 10th of graduating class

38% had h.s. GPA between 2.5 and 2.99

 

22% in top quarter of graduating class

35% had h.s. GPA between 2.0 and 2.49

 

60% in top half of graduating class

1% had h.s. GPA between 1.0 and 1.99

 

 

 

 

66% In-state students

2% White/Non-Hispanic

 

34% Out-of-state students

 

 

3% Part-time students

62% Women

 

 

38% Men