Institutional Research and Assessment

First-time, First-year Applicants and Students

First-time, first-year students are students attending college for the first time since high school graduation. Statistics for first-time, first-year students include students with college credits earned prior to high school graduation, such as Running Start, Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and College in the High School.

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Fall 2014 Data

Application and Enrollment Statistics
N
Applied
1,544
Admitted
1,527
Enrolled/Headcount
543
Gender
N
%
Female
318
58.6%
Male
225
41.4%
Race/Ethnicity
N
%
Hispanic/Latino, of Any Race
61
11.2%
African American/Black, Non-Hispanic
25
4.6%
American Indian/Alaskan Native, Non-Hispanic
10
1.8%
Asian, Non-Hispanic
15
2.8%
Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian, Non-Hispanic
2
<1%
White, Non-Hispanic
346
63.7%
Multiracial, Non-Hispanic
48
8.8%
Race/Ethnicity Unknown
36
6.6%
Students of color 161 29.7%
Residency Status
N
%
Resident
327
60.2%
Non-Resident
216
39.8%
Admission Type
N
%
High School Direct*
426
78.5%
High School Lagged (More than one year since high school)
92
16.9%
GED completion
25
4.6%
*Includes home schooled students and students who earned
college credits prior to high school graduation
SAT Scores and High School GPA (Fall 2014)

SAT/GPA Peer Comparison (2013) (PDF)

Fall 2012 | Fall 2011 | Fall 2010 | Fall 2009

Fall 2008 | Fall 2007 | Fall 2005 | Fall 2004

Fall 2000

Critical Reading 25th Percentile
460
Critical Reading 75th Percentile
630
Mean Critical Reading
554
Math 25th Percentile
420
Math 75th Percentile
570
Mean Math
493
Writing 25th Percentile
440
Writing 75th Percentile
580
Mean Writing
512
Mean High School GPA
2.95