Who we are –
Class of 2022 profile

9,237 applications received
2,715 students admitted
733 students enrolled
53%
of the incoming enrolled students were early decision
14%
FIrst-Generation Students
9%
International Students

High School Profile

SAT ERW 650-730
for admitted students

SAT Math 670-770
for admitted students

ACT Composite Middle 50% 30-34
for admitted students

GPA Middle 50% 3.10-3.75
recalculated on a 4.00 scale

Financial Aid

$15.2 million awarded to 322 students in the class of 2022

100% of family’s need met

16th best financial aid package in the country

$47.1 M financial aid budget

Top 8% ​​​​​​​Endowment per student ratio in the country

Return on Investment

Early Career Salary
$64,200
Mid Career Salary
$121,200

Careers/Internships

78%
of students by their senior year have participated in an externship, internship, or other field experience
97%
of grads are employed, continuing their education, or in internships or volunteer work within six months of graduation
40%
of graduates found their jobs through campus recruiting and our alumni network
75%
acceptance rate for medical school admissions (for students with GPAs above 3.60)
94%
acceptance rate for dental school admissions
100%
acceptance rate for law school admissions

Where we come from

2,610 undergraduates
46 states and territories + 53 countries

Countries of Citizenship in the Class of 2022

States and Territories in the Class of 2022


Life on Campus

96%
of students live on campus
229
full-time faculty members
10:1
student-faculty ratio

Outside the Class

24
arts, communication, and performance groups
43
cultural, social, and service organizations
23
NCAA Division I sports
50
club sports and intramural programs

Research and Exploration

60%
of students study abroad before they graduate
52%
of students have done research with a faculty member by their senior year
$490,000
is spent annually for student scholars to work with faculty on research projects
50
club sports and intramural programs

Helping the Community

20,000
hours devoted to community programs by faculty, students, and staff
29
community-based learning courses
200
students in 30 weekly community service programs