Fast Facts

MRU by the numbers 2017/18

Last updated on Jan. 17, 2019


Student population 

Total full-load equivalent (FLE)

9,809

 

Source: Learner and Enrolment Reporting System (LERS)
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning
Note: 9,534 in 2016/17
FLE describes the Full Load Equivalent (FLE) by each institution and academic year within Alberta's Publicly Funded Post-Secondary Education System.

Degree FLE as proportion of FLE

75.4%

 

Source: Learner and Enrolment Reporting System (LERS)
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning
Note: 74.3% in 2016/17

 

Total number of students

14,258
Source: Learner and Enrolment Reporting System (LERS)
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning
Note: 2017/18 student body head count

Percentage of students from Calgary
 

75.6%

 

Source: Learner and Enrolment Reporting System (LERS)
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning - 2017/18 Enrolment Report Card
Note: 73% in 2016/17

Proportion of credential-program students studying on a visa

1.9%

 

 
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning
Note: Includes all ministry-approved certificate, diploma and degree programs all all visa types. 2.1% in 2016/17

Self-identified Indigenous students as a proportion of all students in all ministry-approved programs

5.8%
Source: Learner and Enrolment Reporting System (LERS)
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning
Note: 5.0% in 2016/17
See MRU Indigenous for more information on our Indigenous Strategic Plan.

 


The student experience and outcomes

Percentage of graduating students who agree/strongly agree Mount Royal is an inclusive and respectful place

95%
 
 
Source: 2018 Survey of Graduating Students
Provided by: Canadian University Survey Consortium

Number of hours of community service students provided while participating in Community Service Learning projects


 
 
 

 

Percentage of 2017/18 Mount Royal graduates working in a position related to the program from which they graduated within a year of completing their program

79%

Source: MRU 2018 Graduating Survey
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning

Percentage of fourth-year students who rated their educational experience as excellent or good

92%
Source: 2017 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning

Number of parchments awarded

1,850

Source: Learner and Enrolment Reporting System (LERS)
Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning
Includes degrees, diplomas and certificates awarded at June 2018 Convocation

Value of scholarships and bursaries distributed to students

$3.5 million

 

Programs

Number of degrees

12

 
 

Number of majors

33

 
 

Average lecture size

29.6

Provided by: Institutional Analysis and Planning
Note: 29 in 2016/17. As of add/drop date.

 


Financials

Total revenue: $237 million

All values in $ million
116 30 73
Revenue type Amount
Government grants (included Government of Alberta, federal and other grants) 118
Tuition and fees 75
Services and products 30
Other (includes donations, other grants and investment income) 12
 

 

    
  Government grants (included Government of Alberta, federal and other grants)

 

    
  Tuition and fees

 

    
  Services and products

 

    
  Other (includes donations, other grants and investment income)

 

 

Total expenses: $240 million1

All values in $ million
93 22 35 37 45
Expenditure Type Amount
Instruction 96
Academic and student support 46
Facility operations and maintenance 39
Institutional support 37
Other (ancillary services and sponsored research) 22
 

 

    
  Instruction

 

    
  Academic and student support

 

    
  Facility operations and maintenance

 

    
  Institutional support

 

    
  Other (ancillary services and sponsored research)

The operating surplus is presented prior to allocation of funds for board-approved institutional initiatives.

 


Employees 

Number of full-time equivalent employees:

Note 722.84 staff, 376.06 full-time credit instructors, 284.33 contract credit instructors, 105.27 management and 221.9 credit-free instructors