Facts and Figures

The Humphrey School of Public Affairs is at the forefront in finding solutions to global challenges and equipping future leaders to advance the common good. Through our comprehensive program, highly relevant faculty research, and connections to government, nonprofit, and community organizations, we demonstrate an extraordinary commitment to communities in Minnesota, the nation, and the world.
The Humphrey School ranks 10 out of 272 policy schools* *US News & World Report

Teaching and Engagement

161
Graduate courses offered
61%
Courses taught by full-time graduate faculty
407
Undergraduate students who took courses at the Humphrey School
240
People who participated in fellowship training or career development
7 Degrees Master of Human Rights Master of Development Practice Master of Urban and Regional Planning Master of Science in Science Technology and Environmental Policy Master of Public Affairs Master of Public Policy PhD in Public Affairs 6 Certificates Early Childhood Policy Election Administration Nonprofit Management Human Services Leadership Policy Issues on Work and Pay Public Affairs Leadership

Research

Community Engagement

80
Alumni or community partners serving as mentors to Humphrey School students
160
Public events hosted by the Humphrey School
61
% of faculty serve on local, national or global public or nonprofit boards **
73
% of faculty provided congressional/legislative testimony or community guidance **
88
% of faculty provided expert analysis to local and national news media **
Student-led projects serving government and community organizations
50 33 with local or state impact 5 with global impact 12 with national impact

Current Students

20
Number of countries represented by student body
$2.1
Million
Scholarship support allocated to master’s students

Master's

389
50% receive financial aid

Ph.D.

34
100% receive financial aid

Incoming Master's Students 2019

Domestic students of color 22% International students 9%

Faculty and Staff

Faculty

44 32 Tenured/tenure-track faculty 73% 12 Non-tenured graduate faculty 27%

Staff

121 Persons of color 26%
32
Number of community-based professionals who teach in our programs

Alumni

Employment by region
Total alumni 5,140
Map of the world showing where Humphrey Alumni live and work
Employment by sector
Nonprofit  25% Government  40% Private Sector  27% Academic  8%

Finances

FY 2019 Operating Budget
$30.3
Million

Revenue

Tuition and student fees $8.1 million Gifts and endowment earnings $4.9 million Other $2.1 million State funding $6 million Externally funded research grants and contracts $9.2 million

Expenditures

Curriculum, instruction and student support $14.2 million Outreach and engagement $2.7 million Research $13.4 million
Total Endowment
$78.2
Million
** Calendar year 2018
Data presented are for fiscal year 2019, unless otherwise noted.