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San Diego Miramar College - Quick Facts

Year Established: 1969

Current Enrollment: 12,082

Average Tuition per Semester: $552.00 (in state, 12 units @ $46.00/unit)

Number of Degrees/Certificates Offered: 26

Total Faculty: 108 fulltime/235 part-time

Average GPA: 2.79

Retention Rate:  88%

Student to Faculty Ratio: 34 to 1

Full Time/Part Time Ratio:  Full Time  55%,  Part Time  45%

Amount of Scholarships awarded in 2015:  $62,325

Number of On Campus Clubs: 20

Campus Size:  123 acres

Enrollment:  12,082

Non-Resident (Out-of-State): 2%

Male/Female Ratio:  Male 56%,   Female  44% 

American Indian or Alaskan native: 0%

African American:  6%

Asian/Pacific Islander:  15%

Filipino: 8%

Caucasian:  39%

Hispanic:  23%

Other: 6%

Race Unknown: 3%

Non-resident alien: 0.2%

 San Diego Miramar College Athletics - Quick Facts

Athletic Director: Nick Gehler

Current Number of Sports Offered:  5 - Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Water Polo, Men’s Basketball, and Men’s Volleyball

Official Colors: Black, Teal, and Columbia Blue

Official Mascot: Jets

Conference: Pacific Coast Athletic Conference

Other Participating Colleges in PCAC: College of the Desert, Cuyamaca, Grossmont, Imperial Valley, MiraCosta, Mt. San Jacinto, Palomar, San Bernardino, San Diego City, San Diego Mesa, Southwestern 


  • Hourglass FieldHouse ("The Hangar"): 2 basketball courts/6 baskets for practice; 3 volleyball courts for practice; permanent and portable bleacher capability.
  • Hourglass Park: multi-use facility features flexibility for up to 8 soccer fields and 6 softball diamonds; 1 sand volleyball court.
  • Ned Baumer Aquatic Center: 25 yd. x 25 meter, 10 lane competition pool with 1 meter diving board; 12 yd. x 25 yd recreation pool (3-6 ft. depth) with open faced water slide; 8 yd. x 25 yd.  kids’ pool with 2 slides and water-play structures.
  • Tennis Courts: 8 courts with lights.

The Hourglass Park & Athletic Complex is a joint-use facility shared by Miramar College and the City of San Diego Parks & Recreation Department.