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Who We Serve

Student Profile Summary
Spring 2022 Demographics Fall 2022 Demographics
Enrollment*: 3,877 Enrollment*: 4,441
Full-time/Part-time*: 26%/74% Full-time/Part-time*: 27%/73%
FTE*: 2,123 FTE*: 2,462
Female/Male*: 57%/43% Female/Male*: 56%/44%
Age*:
Under 18: 27%
18-19: 21%
20-21: 13%
22-24: 9%
25-29: 11%
30-34: 7%
35-39: 4%
40-49: 6%
50-64: 2%
65+: 0%
Average Age: 23.4
Age*:
Under 18: 35%
18-19: 18%
20-21: 12%
22-24: 8%
25-29: 10%
30-34: 7%
35-39: 4%
40-49: 5%
50-64: 2%
65+: 0%
Average Age: 22.7

Ethnicity*:
American Indian/Alaskan: 0.1%
Asian: 1.6%
Black/African American: 7.8%
Hispanic/Latinx: 5.1%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.2%
White: 79.9%
Two or More Races: 4.2%

Under Served Students Total: 17.4%

Ethnicity*:
American Indian/Alaskan: 0.2%
Asian: 1.4%
Black/African American: 7.4%
Hispanic/Latinx: 6.2%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.1%
White: 79%
Two or More Races: 4.6%

Under Served Student Total: 18.5%

County of Residence
Boone: 40%
Campbell: 12%
Gallatin: 1%
Grant: 4%
Kenton: 33%
Owen: 0%
Pendleton: 3%
Hamilton (OH): 2%
Other: 5%
County of Residence
Boone: 40%
Campbell: 12%
Gallatin: 1%
Grant: 4%
Kenton: 34%
Owen: 0%
Pendleton: 2%
Hamilton (OH): 2%
Other: 5%
Student Classification
Freshmen: 30%
Sophomore: 32%
High School: 35%
Non-Degree: 3%
Student Classification
Freshmen: 30%
Sophomore: 30%
High School: 38%
Non-Degree: 2%
College Readiness
Developmental Education^:
New Students with 1 or more developmental needs: 60% (123)
Developmental need in English: 60% (123)
Developmental need in Mathematics: 56% (115)
Developmental need in Reading: 50% (103)
New students with need in all 3 subjects: 46% (95)
College Readiness
Developmental Education^:
New Students with 1 or more developmental needs: 53% (345)
Developmental need in English: 46% (296)
Developmental need in Mathematics: 42% (271)
Developmental need in Reading: 45% (290)
New students with need in all 3 subjects: 34% (218)

Non-Academic Challenges

Employment**:
Employed - Full Time: 52%
Employed - Part Time: 27%
Unemployed, Not Seeking Employment: 13%
Seeking Employment: 7%
Displaced Worker: 1%
Total Respondents working: 79%

(Reflect responses collected from January 2022 through June 2022)

Non-Academic Challenges

Employment**:
Employed - Full Time: 49%
Employed - Part Time: 29%
Unemployed, Not Seeking Employment: 14%
Seeking Employment: 8%
Displaced Worker: 0%
Total Respondents working: 78%

(Reflect responses collected from July 2022 through December 2022)

SELF-IDENTIFIED NON-ACADEMIC BARRIERS**:

New students* enrolling at Gateway in Spring 2022/Fall 2022 identified the following:

Concerned housing needs will be met)
Concerned about grocery/food needs being met
Concerned about child care needs
Concerned about transportation 

16% (80)
16% (82)
19% (91)
19% (99)

70% (359) students indicated they are receptive to using external community resources to help them be successful

Student Parents:

Reported for Credential-Seeking students only:

  • Spring 2022 - 27.05% (650) Credential-Seeking students are parents.
  • Fall 2022 - 25.33% (678) Credential-Seeking students are parents.

STUDENT FINANCIAL INFORMATION^: 

Percent of credential-seeking undergraduate students who received grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution, or loans

  • Spring 2022 82.36% (46.53% received PELL)
  • Fall 2022 78.48% (46.77% revceived PELL)
*Data Source is Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) Official Enrollment Data
^Data Source is PeopleSoft Student Information System, Unofficial Data
**Data Source is Non-Academic Barrier Survey, administered during the student’s initial advising appointment with a professional advisor