Annual Stats Dashboard - 2017/18

Below you will find a general reflection of the 2017-18 academic year.

Research

The University of Guelph is a top ranked university world-wide, due in large part to OAC's research output. U fo G is:

Our researchers recieved $50.4 million from the following sources:

  • $27.8 million - Ontario government
  • $8.4 million - Industry
  • $7.6 million - Federal government
  • $4.6 million - Other
  • $1.6 million - Non-profits
  • $400,000 - Private donors

People

The OAC community includes:

  • 630 associate diploma students
  • 2,500 undergraduate students
  • 354 thesis-based master's students
  • 155 course-based master's students
  • 200 PhD students
  • 600 staff
  • 140 faculty

Enrollment Data

We offer:

  • 7 associate diploma programs
  • 17 undergraduate majors
  • 25 graduate degree options

Our students are studying in the following areas:

  • Animals (29%)
  • Agriculture (20%)
  • Environment (16%)
  • Communitites (11%)
  • Business/Economics (7%)
  • Food (7%)
  • Plants (6%)
  • Equine (4%)

Our students identify as:

  • 33.1% Male
  • 66.6% Female
  • 0.3% Other

In 2017-18, we graduated:

  • 265 Associate diplomas
  • 455 Bachelor's degrees
  • 210 Graduate diplomas and master's degrees
  • 44 PhDs