Who we are –
Class of 2023 profile

8,521 applications received
2,682 students admitted
698 students enrolled
52%
of the incoming enrolled students were early decision
715
Applications
369
Acceptances
359
Enrolled
13%
FIrst-Generation Students
10%
International Students

High School Profile

SAT ERW 650-720
for admitted students

SAT Math 670-770
for admitted students

ACT Composite Middle 50% 30-34
for admitted students

GPA Middle 50% 3.43-3.90
recalculated on a 4.00 scale

Where we come from

32
States and Territories in the Class of 2023
States and Territories in the Class of 2023
Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin
52
Countries of Citizenship in the Class of 2023
Countries of Citizenship in the Class of 2023
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guyana, Iceland, India, Ireland, Jamaica, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Russia, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zimbabwe

Financial Aid

100%
of families’ needs met
Top 8%
endowment per student ratio in the country
18%
dedicated to merit-based aid
46%
of students receive institutionally funded financial aid
#16
best financial aid package in the country

82%
dedicated to need-based aid
56%
of students receive some form of financial assistance
$19,760
Average Federal Student Loan Debt of Graduating Class of 2018
$15 million
awarded to 343 students in the class of 2023

Life on Campus

96%
of students live on campus
10:1
student-faculty ratio
60%
of students study abroad before they graduate
229
full-time faculty members

Athletics

23
Division I sports
13th
In the Country for STUDENT-ATHLETE graduation success
MEN’S SPORTS:
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Fencing, Football, Golf, Indoor Track and Field, Lacrosse, Outdoor Track and Field, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, and Tennis
WOMEN’S SPORTS:
Basketball, Cross Country, Fencing, Field Hockey, Indoor Track And Field, Lacrosse, Outdoor Track and Field, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Volleyball

Research and Exploration

52%
of students by their senior year have done research with a faculty member
20
students presented At the National Conference on Undergraduate Research
$490k
is spent annually for EXCEL Scholars to work with faculty on research projects

Clubs, Groups and Greek Life

24
arts, communication, and performance groups
43
cultural, social, and service organizations
6 + 6
Sororities and Fraternities
39%
of students are Greek Life members
50
club sports and intramural programs

Community

29
community-based learning courses
20,000
hours devoted to community programs by faculty, students and staff

Return on Investment

f 2018 graduates rank the alumni network #1 in helping them land their jobs

#8
Mid-Career Salary

$130,300


#11
Early-Career Salary

$62,700

Some of the top employers for the Class of 2018:

Some of the top graduate and professional schools for the Class of 2018:

  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Michigan
  • Columbia University
  • Cornell University
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Northeastern University
  • Villanova University
  • Rutgers University
  • George Washington University Law School