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Class of 2022 Profile

  • 679 students (including 34 students in FYE London program) 
  • 10,797 applications
  • 2,915 admits
  • 27% selectivity
  • 50% enrolled through Early Decision
  • 25% domestic students of color
  • 10% international students
  • 6% dual citizens
  • 14% first-generation college students
  • 47% receiving some form of financial aid
  • 35 states and 25 foreign countries 
  • 39 languages spoken at home besides English
  • 36% male/64% female

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Class of 2021 Profile

  • 665 students (including 25 students in FYE London program) 
  • 10,053 applications
  • 2,465 admits
  • 24.5% selectivity
  • 49% enrolled through Early Decision 
  • 25% domestic students of color
  • 13% international students
  • 5% dual citizens
  • 17% first-generation college students
  • 42% receiving some form of financial aid
  • 35 states and 45 foreign countries 
  • 33 languages spoken at home besides English
  • 41% male/59% female

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Class of 2020 Profile

  • 721 students (including 37 students in FYE London program) 
  • 9,181 applications
  • 2,668 admits
  • 29% selectivity
  • 49% enrolled through Early Decision 
  • 24% domestic students of color
  • 11% international students
  • 5% dual citizens
  • 15% first-generation college students
  • 40% receiving some form of financial aid
  • 31 states and 54 foreign countries 
  • 30 languages spoken at home besides English
  • 41% male/59% female

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Class of 2019 Profile

  • 687 students (including 35 students in FYE London program) 
  • 22% domestic students of color
  • 13% international students
  • 7% dual citizens
  • 37% enrolled through Early Decision 
  • 14% first-generation college students
  • 33% receiving Skidmore need-based grants
  • 49% receiving some form of financial aid
  • 33 states and 32 foreign countries 
  • 37% male/63% female (overall 41%/59%)

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