Measuring the Value of the CSU

Contributions to the Public Good

California State University, East Bay

The information provided in this section addresses many important institutional contributions to California. This small collection of data is designed to ensure that many of our public universities are recognized for their societal contributions as well as demonstrating greater accountability to individual students, parents, and the public-at-large.

 
DEGREES GRANTED 2011-12
Total Degree Awards East Bay % of
CSU
CSU % of
State
Bachelor's 2,7004%76,42745%
Master's9445%19,51728%
Doctoral42%2081%
Total3,6484%96,15238%

BACHELOR'S DEGREE AWARDS 2011-12
By Racial and Ethnic Background East Bay % of
CSU
CSU % of
State
African American / Black2337%3,40246%
American Indian / Alaskan Native102%47041%
Asian7196%12,18935%
Hispanic4122%18,63757%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander274%62059%
White6952%28,01843%
Two or More Races815%1,77174%
Race and Ethnicity Unknown3374%8,45847%
Non-Resident Alien1867%2,86244%
Total2,7004%76,42745%
In High Demand Fields East Bay % of
CSU
CSU % of
State
Nursing1867%2,57553%
Life Science5086%8,22439%
Criminal Justice1365%2,58770%
Business and Professional Services8285%16,11950%
Hospitality and Tourism285%61295%
Information Technology514%1,28428%

REGULAR AND INTERNSHIP CREDENTIALS 2010-11
  East Bay % of
CSU
First-Time/New Type Credentials Issued, Single Subject1374%
First-Time/New Type Credentials Issued, Multiple Subject1143%
First-Time/New Type Credentials Issued, Educ. Specialist502%
Source: CSU Chancellor's Office, National Center for Educational Statistics(NCES), and Commission on Teacher Credentialing (.pdf)

Economic Diversity: Access & Completion
Undergraduate Pell Grant Recipients (Fall 2010)
East Bay Undergraduates 10,286
East Bay Undergraduate Pell Grant Recipients 3,881
East Bay Pell Percentage of Undergraduates 38%
System Pell Percentage of Undergraduates 42%
National Pell Percentage of Public Four-Year Undergraduates 36%
National Pell Percentage of Private Four-Year (Not-for-Profit) Undergraduates 35%
Bachelor's Degree Pell Grant Recipients (2011-12)
East Bay Bachelor's Degrees 2,700
East Bay Pell Grant Bachelor's Degree Recipients 1,219
East Bay Pell Percentage of Bachelor's Degrees 45%
System Pell Percentage of Bachelor's Degrees 49%
Source: CSU Chancellor's Office, National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES)

Sticker and "Net" Tuition & Fees
Average tuition and fee "sticker" charged to public four-year full-time instate undergraduates in AY 2011-12 $7,897
Average tuition and fee "sticker" charged to private four-year (not-for-profit) full-time undergraduates in AY 2011-12 $27,252
East Bay average tuition and fee "sticker" charged to all full-time undergraduates in AY 2011-12 $6,414
East Bay average tuition and fee "net" paid by full-time undergraduates in AY 2011-12 $3,183
East Bay "Net" percent of "Sticker" Tuition & Fees for full-time undergraduates in AY 2011-12 50%
Source: CSU Chancellor's Office, National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) IPEDS Data Center

Loan Debt of Baccalaureate Recipients
Percent of 2010-11 Baccalaureate Recipients who Started as Freshmen and Assumed Loans
East Bay Percentage 17%
State Percentage 51%
National Public Four-Year Percentage 57%
National Private Four-Year (Not-for-Profit) Percentage 65%
Average Loan Debt of 2010-11 Baccalaureate Recipients who Started as Freshmen and Assumed Loans
East Bay Average $16,622
State Average $18,879
National Public Four-Year Average $29,059
National Private Four-Year (Not-for-Profit) Average $23,065
Loan Debt Default Rate
East Bay Default Rate 7.1%
CSU Default Rate 5.1%
National Public Four-Year Default Rate 6%
National Private Four-Year (Not-for-Profit) Default Rate 5.2%
Source: CSU Chancellor's Office, National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES), "The Project on Student Debt (.pdf)" of The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS), U.S. Department of Education, and The Institute for College Access & Success, College InSight.

Salaries of Baccalaureate Recipients—PayScale (2012)
National average starting median salary of graduates from public universities $41,392
East Bay graduates' median starting salary $47,000
National average mid-career median salary of graduates from public universities $70,407
East Bay graduates' mid-career median salary $82,200
Source: "Top State Universities by Salary Potential", PayScale Inc.