In the Fall Quarter of 2022, the University of North America (UoNA) was teeming with a diverse community of 565 eager learners. Our academic degree programs, including eight master’s and two bachelor’s, welcomed 507 students, thus forming the backbone of our academic community.
In Fall 2022, our master’s and bachelor’s program enrollees comprised a robust 81% of students aged 25 years or older. We're proud to cater to learners from diverse generations, with 70% Millennials (aged 27-42), 26% Gen Z (aged 11-26), and 5% Gen X (aged 43-58).
Our Fall 2022 student body in the master’s and bachelor’s programs represented 48 different countries, with a remarkable 95% identifying as non-US citizens. A majority self-identified as Asian and male, and no students identified as transgender.
Notably, 67% (14 out of 21) of the US bachelor’s program students were US Military/Veterans, with a median age of 36. These students began enrolling in 2020 when UoNA was approved to offer GI-Bill® educational benefits. All of our Fall 2022 military/veteran students are recipients of this funding.
However, UoNA has seen a slight decrease in non-US master’s and bachelor’s degree program enrollees from 2020 to 2022. This trend corresponds with the rise of US citizens in the bachelor’s programs, which increased from 6 in Fall 2020 to 21 in Fall 2022.
At UoNA, we cherish the cultural, geographic, and generational diversity of our student population. We believe this blend of experiences and perspectives enriches the learning environment and prepares our graduates to excel in a global marketplace.