Admitted Class Profile

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Applications for the 2016-2017 academic year (all programs combined)

Applicants:

Applied: 452
Admitted: 279 (62%)
Yield: 170 (62%)

Students matriculating during the 2015-2016 academic year (all programs combined)

Student Representation

Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C., China and the Virginia Islands.

Mean Age and Gender:

Age: 28

Males: 28%Students Females:  72%

Multicultural Student Profile

African American:  8%
Asian:  2%
Hispanic:  7%
American Indian/Native Alaskan  2%
Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:  1%

Leading Undergraduate Majors

Anthropology, Art and Art History,  Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Communications, Elementary Education, English, Global Studies, Government, History, Human Development, Interdisciplinary Studies, Liberal Arts Studies, Mathematics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Theatre.

Other majors include Africana Studies, Anthropology, Applied Science, Biochemistry, Child Psychology, Classical Studies, Criminology, Economics, Electronic Engineering, Exercise & Sport Management, French, Geology, Geoscience, Graphic Design, Interdisciplinary Studies, Journalism, Kinesiology, Linguistics, Media Arts, Management, Music, Natural Resource Conservation, Physics, Religion, Sports Administration, and Studio Art.

GPA
Mean Undergraduate GPA: 3.4
Mean Graduate GPA: 3.8

Test Scores

Mean GRE -Verbal: 69th percentile
Mean GRE -Quantitative: 46th percentile
Mean MAT: 70th percentile

Interesting Facts about our New Students:
  • Two sets of twins
  • Awarded Fulbright fellowship to the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Background and training from rural southeast Victoria, Australia
  • Olympic trial finalist and Olympic coach in swimming
  • Started a project to serve the protein deficiency need in a school in Kenya
  • First generation college student who wants to become a college president