Facts and Figures


Enrolments (Headcounts) - Fall 2015

Guelph Campus Degree Enrolments

20,771 Full-time Undergraduate and Graduate Enrolments
Undergraduate 18,697
Graduate 2,074

1,877 Part-time Undergraduate and Graduate Enrolments
Undergraduate 1,696
Graduate 181

Guelph Off-Campus Degree Enrolments

733 Undergraduate and Graduate Enrolments
Co-op Off-Campus 261
Distance Only (Guelph Campus) 276
On-Line Executive Programs 196

Guelph-Humber Campus Enrolments

4,677 Undergraduate Degree Enrolments
Full-time 4,174
Part-time 503

28 Graduate Degree Enrolments

Diploma Enrolments

588 Diploma in Agriculture Enrolments

Diploma (Guelph) 51
Diploma (Ridgetown Campus) 537

Faculty and Staff – Fall 2015

2,750 Budgeted Faculty and Staff FTEs
800 Faculty
1,950 Staff

2,600 Regular Full-time Faculty and Staff
730 Faculty
1,850 Staff

1,890 Temporary Appointments
1,120 Full-time
770 Part-time

3,690 Student Employees

Institutional Revenue (2014/15)

$759.4M in Total Revenue

Operating $521.8M
Research & Trust $129M
Capital $25M
Ancillary Enterprises $76.6M

A Global Outlook

U of G maintains strong international connections, including:

  • about 110,000  active alumni in 145+ countries
  • 83 study-abroad programs (77 exchange and 6 semester abroad/summer field schools) in 38 countries involving 109 partner institutions
  • 237 international research projects in 77 countries
  • public- and private-sector partners in 50 countries
  • participation in Canadian International Development Agency and International Development Research Centre projects in Argentina, Costa Rica, Ghana, India, Kenya, Morocco, Nepal, Peru, South Africa and Vietnam
  • about 675 U of G students in study‑abroad programs/ventures
  • more than 10 per cent of undergraduate students have an  experience abroad during their undergraduate career (field trip, semester abroad, exchange, service learning, independent learning courses)
  • 1,200+ international students (full degree, Science Without Borders and exchange) from more than 90 countries
  • earned the highest score for internationalization in the QS Stars rating system for number and diversity of faculty and students, research collaborations and international study (exchange and study abroad).
stars rated for excellence 2016