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Geographical Distribution of Students

2014-15 Undergraduate Degree Candidates

The 1,291 full time students came from 42 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and 57 foreign nations, distributed as follows:

United States Residents (includes non-US citizens)

Mid-Atlantic 439 45.59%
Delaware 10
District of Columbia 6
Maryland 39
New Jersey 108
New York 96
Pennsylvania 180

Midwest 73 7.58%
Colorado 10
Illinois 28
Indiana 1
Iowa 3
Kansas 4
Michigan 12
Minnesota 5
Missouri 4
Nebraska 0
Ohio 9
South Dakota 1
Wisconsin 6

New England 132 13.71%
Connecticut 19
Maine 2
Massachusetts 99
New Hampshire 2
Rhode Island 6
Vermont 4

South 91 9.45%
Alabama 1
Arkansas 0
Florida 13
Georgia 13
Kentucky 2
Louisiana 1
Mississippi 1
North Carolina 12
South Carolina 1
Tennessee 5
Virginia 41
West Virginia 1

Southwest 51 5.30%
Arizona 5
New Mexico 7
Texas 39

West 168 17.45%
Alaska 0
California 121
Colorado 10
Hawaii 9
Idaho 1
Montana 0
Nevada 0
North Dakota 0
Oregon 9
Utah 1
Washington 17
Wyoming 0

Puerto Rico 7 0.73%
Guam 1 0.10%
Other 1 0.10%

Non-Resident Aliens, Resident Aliens, Dual Citizenship

China 181
India 21
Viet Nam 17
Korea, Republic of 14
Pakistan 13
United Kingdom 12
Japan 8
Canada 7
France 5
Mexico 5
Singapore 4
Germany 4
Brazil 4
Nigeria 4
Italy 3
Philippines 3
Ghana 2
Taiwan, Province of China 2
Sri Lanka 2
Morocco 2
Turkey 2
Nepal 2
South Africa 2
Ireland 2
Switzerland 2
Jamaica 2
Tanzania, United Rep. of 2
Haiti 2
Denmark 2
Russian Federation 2
Zimbabwe 2
Syrian Arab Republic 1
Venezuela 1
Togo 1
Guatemala 1
Korea, Dem. People’s Rep. 1
Cote D’Ivoire 1
Australia 1
Hungary 1
Malaysia 1
Bhutan 1
Bahamas 1
Dominican Republic 1
Palestinian Territories 1
Belarus 1
Israel 1
Thailand 1
Ecuador 1
Malawi 1
Rwanda 1
Uzbekistan 1
El Salvador 1
Mauritius 1
Somalia 1
Kuwait 1
Lebanon 1

Summary

  Number Percent of fall-enrolled
full-time undergraduates

U.S. Citizen

914

70.80%

Dual Citizen

36

2.79%

Resident Alien

25

1.94%

Non-Resident Alien

316

24.48%

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

377

29.20%

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