Bryn Mawr Facts

Number of undergraduates: about 1,300

Number of states represented in the student body: 44

Number of countries represented in the student body: 59

Percentage of student body made up of students of color and international students: 52

Percentage of student body receiving some kind of financial aid: 76

Percentage of student body receiving grant aid: 73

Amount of grant aid awarded to Bryn Mawr students in 2009-10, in dollars 25.6 million

Middle 50 percent SAT verbal score: 600-710

Middle 50 percent SAT math score: 590-720

Number of majors offered: 36

Number of minors offered: 38

Number of interdepartmental concentrations offered: 8

Student-to-faculty ratio: 8 to 1

Percentage of Bryn Mawr undergraduates pursuing majors in the natural sciences or mathematics: 26.4

Percentage of undergraduate women nationwide pursuing science or math majors: 7.6

Number of full-time faculty: 163

Percentage of faculty who are women: 57

Percentage of faculty of color: 15

Number of students collaborating with professors on independent projects every year: 500+

Rank among liberal-arts colleges on the Wall Street Journal's list of feeder schools to the nation's top law, medical and business schools: Top Ten

Rank among all colleges and universities in percentage of graduates going on to earn a Ph.D.: Top Ten

Admission rate to law schools: 0.84

Admission rate to medical schools: 0.71

Volumes in the college's libraries: more than 1 million

Year in which the College's students founded the nation's first self-government association: 1892

Student-run clubs and organizations: more than 100

Division III varsity athletic teams: 11

Number of buildings on campus: 40

Size of the Bryn Mawr campus in acres: 135

Distance from Philadelphia by commuter rail, in minutes: 21

New York's distance from Philadelphia via Amtrak, in hours: 1.25

Washington, D.C.'s distance from Philadelphia via Amtrak, in hours: 1.75

Number of college students in the Philadelphia area: more than 250,000

Number of cross-registrations with Haverford, Swarthmore and the University of Pennsylvania each year: more than 3,000

Courses available through Haverford, Swarthmore, and the University of Pennsylvania each year: more than 5,000

Facts last updated 2013-01-03

Data provided by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment.