Join a community of achievers and innovators.

You’ll thrive in an environment of small classes, big ideas and enriching opportunities. We think our numbers speak for themselves.

Here’s an overview of our student population, financial information and life on campus.

Academics

15:1 Student-faculty ratio
19 Average class size
50+ Areas of study
1175 Average SAT score
66 Fulbright winners since 2008
58% of incoming freshmen rank in top quarter of their class
1050–1210 Middle 50% of SAT scores
30+ Countries in which students studied abroad last year
200 Employers come to campus to recruit for jobs and internships
89% of students complete internships before graduation

Campus Life

4,300 Students
3,680 Undergraduates
804 Freshmen
55% Minority enrollment
7% International enrollment
57 Countries represented
45 States represented
57 Languages spoken
49 Faith traditions represented
1,300 Students living on campus
85% Freshmen living on campus
100+ Student organizations
15 Hilltopper Athletics NCAA Division II teams
70,000+ Hours students gave to community service last year

Scholarships

$88 million Total amount of scholarships and grants awarded to students in 2019–2020
80% Freshmen who earned academic scholarships in 2019–2020
$28,771 Average freshman scholarships and grants in 2019–2020
$17,919 Average freshman tuition after scholarships and grants in 2019–2020

U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges 2020, Regional Universities, West#8 Best University in the West by U.S. News and World Report facts and figures

Choosing a Major and Academic Department

Choosing a Major and Academic Department

Finding the right college involves a lot of factors, including what majors are available. To help you on your search for an academic department that fits your needs, start thinking about these key questions.