A Snapshot of the Class of 2023

35,500

Total applicants

27%

Acceptance rate

33

Average ACT

1465

Average SAT score

Undergraduate students by gender, ethnicity, nationality

53% | 47%

Female | Male

33%

AHANA students

8%

International students

Faculty/Student ratio—1:12

Faculty/Student ratio—1:12

$54.3 million

sponsored research grants


821

full-time faculty


93%

of faculty hold doctoral degrees


Most Popular Undergraduate Majors

Economics

Finance

Biology

Political Science

Communications

Psychology

Nursing

Applied Psychology & Human Development

Computer Science

English

Degrees granted

In 2017-18, 4,192 degrees were awarded in more than 50 fields of study, through eight schools and colleges


Financial Aid

67% of undergraduates receive need-based financial aid totaling $131.3 million


Undergraduate tuition, room, board and fee

$70,143


Athletics

31 men's and women's NCAA Division I sports teams; 40 intramural clubs


Extracurriculars

273 student clubs and organizations


Alumni

182,000

and counting