Students 

535 Undergraduate students (2016-2017)
26 Graduate students (2016-2017)
 

Faculty and Professional Staff

4 Full Professors
8 Associate Professors
2 Assistant Professors
4 Post-Doctoral Fellows
5 Professional Staff
6 Lecturers
 

Undergraduate Enrollment by Concentration 

Option I – Early Childhood: 80 students
Option II – Human Development: 54 students
Option III – Families and Personal Relationships: 36 students
Option IV – Families and Society: 2 students
Option V – Human Development and Family Sciences Honors (Dean’s Scholars Program) 
Option VI – Honors in Advanced Human Development and Family Sciences (HAHDFS) Program: 23 students
Option undeclared: 363 students