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Facts About Mills

Profile

  • Independent liberal arts college founded in 1852
  • California women's college located on 135 wooded acres in the Oakland foothills, on the east shore of the San Francisco Bay
  • Offers bachelor's degrees to women and graduate degrees and certificates to women and men
  • Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

College Rankings (2014–15)

  • Ranked sixth among colleges and universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report
  • Ranked among the top colleges and universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report in "Great Schools, Great Prices" for high academic quality relative to the net cost of attendance
  • Named one of The Best 379 Colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review
  • Ranked one of the top 10 master's universities in the United States by the Washington Monthly
  • Named one of the top 332 Green Colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review

Student Body (2014–15)

  • Total students: 1,548
  • 922 undergraduate women
  • 626 graduate women and men
  • 40 states represented
  • 6 countries represented
  • 16% undergraduate resumer students (23 years of age or older)
  • 54% undergraduate students of color
    • 1% American Indian or Alaska Native
    • 13% Asian/Pacific Islander
    • 7% Black or African American
    • 24% Hispanic/Latina
    • 10% Two or more races
    • 44% White
    • 1% Unknown
  • 41% graduate students of color
    • 1% American Indian or Alaska Native
    • 10% Asian/Pacific Islander
    • 12% Black or African American
    • 13% Hispanic/Latino
    • 5% Two or more races
    • 47% White
    • 12% Unknown

Entering First-year Student Profile (2014–15)

  • Average high school GPA 3.67
  • SAT range 1570–1840
    (middle 50%)
  • ACT range 23–29
    (middle 50%)

Faculty (2014–15)

  • Total: 197
  • Full-time: 107 (female faculty 68%; faculty of color 31%; terminal degree 93%)
  • Part-time: 90 (female faculty 72%; faculty of color 28%; terminal degree 62%)

Class Size (2014–15)

  • Average class size: 16
  • Class enrollments of 20 or fewer students: 75%
  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 11:1

Undergraduate Majors (2014–15)

The top 5 of 42 undergraduate majors:

  • English
  • Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Biology
  • Political, Legal, and Economic Analysis (PLEA)

Graduate Programs (2014–15)

The top 5 graduate programs:

  • Education
  • MBA
  • Pre-Med
  • English
  • Music

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees (2014–15)

  • Full-time tuition: $41,618
  • Student activity fee: $150
  • AC Transit Fee: $106
  • Campus Comprehensive Fee: $1,044
  • Student Health Plan: $3,960
  • Room and board: $12,914

Undergraduate Financial Aid (2014–15)

  • 95% of all undergraduate students received financial aid
  • 92% received some portion of their aid directly from Mills
  • Average award: $39,482
  • Total aid: $34.5 million of which Mills funded $18.4 million

Graduate Tuition and Fees (2014–15)

  • Full-time tuition: $30,906* (2 or more credits/semester)
  • AC Transit Fee: $106
  • Campus Comprehensive Fee: $1,044
  • Student Health Plan: $3,960
  • Room and board: $12,792

*Full-time studio art tuition: $37,120
*Full-time doctorate in education tuition: $33,210
*Full-time MBA, joint MBA/MA, joint MPP/MBA tuition:  $31,070
*Full-time post-bac pre-med tuition: $29,460
*Part-time MBA, MPP, joint MBA/MA tuition: $17,140

Graduate Financial Aid (2014–15)

  • 94% of all graduate students received financial aid
  • 88% received some portion of their aid directly from Mills
  • Total aid: $17.4 million of which Mills funded $5.5 million

Finance (2014–15)

  • Annual budget: $81.4 million
  • Endowment value as of 6.30.14: $189.3 million

Giving to Mills (2013–14) $9.1 million

  • Trustee gifts: $1.8 million
  • Alumnae gifts: $2.5 million
  • Gifts from parents, friends, and others: $1.2 million
  • Foundation and corporate gifts: $2.0 million
  • Estate gifts: $1.6 million

Mills College Annual Fund: $4.8 million (includes all current-use gifts from the sources above, excluding estate gifts)

Alumnae
alumnae-relations@mills.edu

  • Mills College alumnae: 21,784
  • Countries represented: 62

 


Memos

Hours

Monday–Friday
8:30 am–5:00 pm

President's Open
Office Hours


Contact Information

Mills Hall 109

P: 510.430.2094
F: 510.430.2256
E: president@mills.edu

Last Updated: 10/28/11