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Geographical Distribution of Students

2013-14 Undergraduate Degree Candidates

The 1,315 full time students came from 43 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and 62 foreign nations, distributed as follows:

United States Residents

Mid-Atlantic 462 (46.3%)
Pennsylvania 195
New York 110
New Jersey 105
Maryland 37
Delaware 10
District of Columbia 5

Midwest 70 (7.0%)
Illinois 23
Michigan 16
Ohio 8
Wisconsin 7
Minnesota 5
Kansas 5
Missouri 3
Iowa 2
Indiana 1

New England 149 (14.9%)
Massachusetts 114
Connecticut 23
Vermont 6
Rhode Island 4
New Hampshire 2

South 93 (9.3%)
Virginia 39
Florida 15
North Carolina 14
Georgia 9
Louisiana 4
South Carolina 3
Tennessee 3
Alabama 2
Arkansas 1
Kentucky 1
Mississippi 1
West Virginia 1

Southwest 54 (5.4%)
Texas 42
New Mexico 7
Arizona 5

West 167 (16.7%)
California 112
Washington 20
Oregon 14
Colorado 10
Hawaii 5
Idaho 2
Utah 2
Nevada 1
North Dakota 1

Other 3 (0.3%)
Puerto Rico 3

Non-resident aliens, resident aliens, dual citizenship

China 186
Korea, Republic of 20
India 17
Viet Nam 12
Japan 11
Pakistan 11
United Kingdom 10
Canada 10
Germany 8
France 7
Brazil 6
Nepal 5
Jamaica 4
Nigeria 4
Turkey 4
Bangladesh 3
Dominican Republic 3
Italy 3
Jordan 3
Mexico 3
Philippines 3
Singapore 3
Australia 2
Ecuador 2
Ghana 2
Guatemala 2
Ireland 2
Lebanon 2
Malaysia 2
Morocco 2
Switzerland 2
Taiwan, Province of China 2
Zimbabwe 2
Afghanistan 1
Bahamas 1
Belarus 1
Bhutan 1
Ethiopia 1
El Salvador 1
Fmr Yugoslav Rep of Macedonia 1
Haiti 1
Hungary 1
Israel 1
Kenya 1
Korea, Democratic People’s Rep 1
Kuwait 1
Latvia 1
Malawi 1
Mauritius 1
Palestinian Territories 1
Portugal 1
Romania 1
Russian Federation 1
Rwanda 1
Saudi Arabia 1
Somalia 1
South Africa 1
Sri Lanka 1
Tanzania, United Republic of 1
Thailand 1
Uzbekistan 1
Venezuela 1

Summary

  Number Percent of fall-enrolled
full-time undergraduates

U.S. Citizen

980

70.7%

Dual Citizen

53

4.0%

Resident Alien

28

2.1%

Non-Resident Alien

304

23.1%

"International Students"
(all except "U.S. Citizens")

385

29.3%

 Note: citizenship status as of census date. Percentages are higher than 100% because “International Students” is the sum of all but U.S. Citizens.