Fontbonne currently has 19,749 living alumni, 66 percent of which reside or work in the greater Saint Louis area. Fontbonne graduates current have an overall career outcome rate of 96 percent. Explore Career Services for additional details.
We have three residence halls on campus with traditional student rooms, suites, and apartment style living. Approximately 68 percent of first-time full-time freshmen live on campus. Explore residential life at Fontbonne.
The university currently offers 44 undergraduate majors and 34 minors as well as 10 undergraduate certificates. Graduates may choose from 19 majors and 8 certificate programs. Learn more about our academic programs.
Fontbonne’s 10:1 student-to-faculty ratio fosters ideal opportunities for discussion and the personal attention needed to assist students in reaching their goals.
Retention rate for first-time full-time freshmen is 74.1 percent. Fontbonne University’s current 6-year graduation rate is 63 percent.
Fontbonne University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Learn more about individual program accreditation.
As of fall 2018, overall enrollment is 1,290 with an FTE of 1,049. Undergraduate enrollment is 891, 88 percent of those being full-time students. Our overall demographic breakdown includes 66 percent female and 34 percent male, 23 percent students of color, and 7 percent of students are non-resident aliens. There are 25 countries represented throughout the student body.
First-time, first-year enrollment is 139, all registered full-time. The demographic breakdown include 50 percent female and 50 percent male, 12 percent students of color, and 8 percent of students are non-resident aliens.
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Fontbonne University offers academic assistance for students with disabilities. Fontbonne will attempt in every way possible to eliminate barriers for participation for students and other beneficiaries of our program. Fontbonne University uses a Request for Academic Accommodations form to identify and develop plans to assist individuals with a diagnosed disability (orthopedic impairment, learning disability, blindness, ADD, traumatic brain injury, and speech and hearing impairment). Learn more about academic assistance.