Below is a brief 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
130+ 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
$27,7711 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.