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University of Memphis

A Tennessee Board of Regents University
University of Memphis

Located on a beautiful campus in the heart of one of the South’s largest cities, the University of Memphis is the flagship institution of the Tennessee Board of Regents system. Since its beginning in 1912, the U of M has matured into a major public, metropolitan university recognized nationally and internationally for its academic, research and athletic programs. The University of Memphis offers more than 254 areas of study through its nine colleges and schools with several degree programs offered entirely online.  With an enrollment of more than 20,000 students, the U of M confers bachelor’s, master’s, professional, and doctoral degrees.  It is the only public university in Tennessee, and one of only 62 colleges and universities in the nation, to be classified as “Community Engaged” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of U of M Basketball FansTeaching. The U of M has five Centers of Excellence and 25 Chairs of Excellence, more than any other Tennessee university. 

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The Institution
Institution Type: 
University
Degrees Offered: 
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Doctoral Degree
  • Master's Degree
  • Post-master's Degree

3720 Alumni Ave  
Memphis, TN 38152

Phone Number: 
901-678-2000
Phone (Toll Free): 
800-669-2678
Email (Admissions): 
Website: 
http://www.memphis.edu
Tuition & Financial Aid
FAFSA Code: 
3509
Undergraduate Tuition (In-State): 
7,410.00
Undergraduate Tuition (Out-of-State): 
19,122.00
Mandatory Fees: 
1,563.00
Receiving any Financial Aid: 
0.97
Receiving Federal Aid: 
0.49
Receiving State Aid: 
0.80
Receiving Institution Aid: 
0.34
Enrollment
Total Enrollment: 
21,480
FTE: 
16,461
Undergraduate Enrollment: 
17,223
Graduate Enrollment: 
4,257
Full Time Students: 
13,404
Part Time Students: 
8,076
Credentials
Associates Degree: 
0
Bachelors Degrees Awarded: 
2,970
Graduate Degrees Awarded: 
1,426
Certificates Awarded: 
0
Faculty
Full Time Faculty: 
887
Part Time Faculty: 
561
Student to Faculty Ratio: 
60:1
Rates
Retention Rate: 
0.80
Graduation Rate: 
0.50