Enrollment of international students and students of color

In Fall 2023, among full-time, dergee-seeking undergraduates at the College, 11% are International Students; and 22% are Domestic Students of Color.

The table below displays details (full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates): 

GroupFall 20222022 PercentageFall 20232023 Percentage
International 186 7.8% 260 11.2%
Domestic Students:
   Hispanic/Latino 269 11.3% 263 11.3%
   Black or African American 110 4.6% 113 4.9%
   Asian 72 3.0% 63 2.7%
   American Indian or Alaska Native 4 0.2% 3 0.1%
   Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 2 0.1% 2 0.1%
   Two or More Races 69 2.9% 69 3.0%
   Domestic Students of Color Subtotal:  526 22.1% 513 22.1%
   White 1,601 67.3% 1,489 64.1%
   Race and Ethnicity Unknown 65 2.7% 62 2.7%
Full-Time, Degree-Seeking Undergraduates Total: 2,378 100.0% 2,324 100.0%

Note. Additionally, in Fall 2022, in addition to the 2,378 full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates, there were 4 part-time, degree-seeking undergraduates (1 Asian; 3 White) and 5 non-degree-seeking undergraduates (2 International; 1 Black or African American; 2 White) enrolled at the College. In Fall 2023, in addition to the 2,324 full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates, there are 3 part-time, degree-seeking undergraduates (White), and 7 non-degree-seeking undergraduates (2 International; 1 Black or African American; 1 student of Two or More Races; 3 White) enrolled at the College. 

Source

Office of the Registrar and the Office of Institutional Analysis