Holy Names University Demographics & Diversity
Racial DiversityVery High
A college's ethnic diversity is indicated by the student body's equal inclusion of students from different backgrounds . Students at Holy Names University are predominantly Hispanic with a sizeable White population. The school has very high racial diversity. 79% percent of students are minorities or students of color.
Holy Names University has been designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and is eligible for federal grants supporting the school's efforts to serve Hispanic Americans.
The college is an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI) and is recognized for serving Asian Americans and Native American Pacific Islanders.
|Race||Percent of Students|
|American Indian / Alaskan||
|Hawaiian / Pacific Islander||
|Two or more races||
There are 132% more female students than male students enrolled at Holy Names University with a gender ratio of 70% women to 30% men. Compared to the US average of 56% female students, Holy Names University has a lower gender diversity than other US colleges and is less inclusive of males.
|Gender||Percent of Students|
|Gender||Number of Students|
Geographic DiversityVery Low
Holy Names University serves a very low number of students outside of California, with 82 percent of the student body residing in-state.
|Origin||Percent of Students|
|Out of State||
Median Household Income$72,379 per year
57% of students can be considered low-income as indicated by their receipt of Federal Pell Grant Aid.
|Segment||Percent of Students|
|Students Over 25 Years Old||23.5%|
|Part time Undergrads||17.3%|
Primary data source, U.S. Department of Education https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=115728 IPEDS survey data for Holy Names University.