About Goodwin

Our Students

Operating under an open enrollment model, Goodwin seeks to admit all students who have academic potential, regardless of past performance. Once admitted, students have access to a variety of tools to help them excel, including tutoring, and career placement services.

80% of our student body is female

80% of our student body is female

Our Students

Enrollment 3,317
From the state of Connecticut 92%
Students of color 47%
25 years old or older 69%
Median age 29
First-Generation students 61%

12:1 student to faculty ratio

12:1 student to faculty ratio

Academics

Full time Instructional Faculty 85
Average class size 17
Classes with fewer than 30 students 98%
Classes with fewer than 20 students 61%
Programs in Business, Manufacturing, Education, Social Sciences, Nursing, and Health Sciences 43

61% are students transferring in

61% of our students have transferred from other institutions

Incoming Class - Fall 2020

Transfer-in students (Undergraduate) 64%
New first time students (Undergraduate) 36%
New first time students (Graduate) 90%
New first time-full time students (Undergraduate) 11%
Hold a bachelor's degree or higher (Undergraduate) 8%
Students who received a Pell Grant (Undergraduate) 54%
Median age 27
First-Generation students 57%

72% degrees conferred in health and clinical related professions

68% degrees conferred in health and clinical related professions

Outcomes

Job placement rate (class of 2019-2020) 86%
Percentage of graduates to enter the workforce in Connecticut 86%
Dental Hygiene, Histology, Nursing, Respiratory Care, Vision Care Technology licensure pass rates 94%

Learn more about our students in our Institutional Profile.

Last Updated: 11/30/2018