Who we are –
Class of 2025 profile

8,262 applications received
3,366 students admitted
782 students enrolled
39%
of the incoming enrolled students were early decision
617
Applications
330
Acceptances
307
Enrolled
26.6%
Students of Color
22.9%
Domestic Students of Color
10.2%
FIrst-Generation Students
12.3%
International Students
3.28 – 3.82 GPA Middle 50% for enrolled students (recalculated on a 4.0 scale)
For enrolled students who submitted test scores:
1330 – 1440 SAT Middle 50%
30 – 34 ACT Composite Middle 50%
Please note that for those applying for fall 2022 and fall 2023 enrollment, testing will be optional

Where we come from

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States and Territories in the Class of 2025
States and Territories in the Class of 2025
Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, US Virgin Islands, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia
27
Countries of Citizenship in the Class of 2024
Countries of Citizenship in the Class of 2024
Australia, Bahrain, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Ethiopia, France, Hungary, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Russia, Somalia, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Syria, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam, Zimbabwe

Financial Aid

59.9%
of students receive institutionally funded financial aid
$59.9 million
financial aid budget
80%
of our financial aid budget is dedicated to need-based aid
$17.9 million
awarded to the class of 2024
65.8%
receive some form of financial assistance
$16,171
Average Federal Student Loan Debt of Graduating Class of 2018

Life on Campus

96%
of students live on campus
10:1
student-faculty ratio
60%
of students study abroad before they graduate
243
full-time faculty members

Athletics

23
Division I sports
1st
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

50%
of students by their senior year have done research with a faculty member
$550k
is spent annually for EXCEL Scholars to work with faculty on research projects

Clubs, Groups and Greek Life

187 clubs and organizations on campus
including:
20 arts, 20 cultural, 9 spiritual, 20 social/political and 10 sustainability groups
5 + 6 Sororities and Fraternities
26%
of students are members of Greek Life
50
club sports and intramural programs

Community

In the 2020-2021 academic year…
7,000 student hours dedicated to community engagement activities
300 students participated in virtual programs with community partners
60
student leaders organized social awareness and advocacy events

$5000 raised for community organizations through student-led fundraisers


Return on Investment


6.3%
annual return on investment, comparing four-year cost to 20-year net


$68,400
for early career salary
$131,800
for mid-career salary

Some of the NOTABLE employers for the Class of 2020:

Some of the NOTABLE graduate and professional schools for the Class of 2020:

  • Columbia University
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute
  • American University
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Cornell University
  • Harvard University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Stanford University
  • University of Chicago