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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 2020 Data

Application and Enrollment Statistics                                         

N
Applied
1047
Admitted
1030
Enrolled/Headcount
228

Gender                                                                       

N
%
Female
148
65%
Male
80
35%

Race/Ethnicity                                                       

N
%
Hispanic/Latinx, of Any Race
46
20%
African American/Black, Non-Hispanic
15
7%
American Indian/Alaskan Native, Non-Hispanic
6
3%
Asian, Non-Hispanic
10
4%
White, Non-Hispanic
122
54%
Multiracial, Non-Hispanic
18
8%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

* (Includes Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian, Non-Hispanic due to low N's)

11
4%
Students of Color
96
42%

Residency Status                                              

N
%
Resident
169
74%
Non-Resident
59
26%

Admission Type

  N 
  % 
High School Direct*
158
70%
High School Lagged (More than one year since high school)
57
25%
GED completion
13
6%
*Includes home schooled students and students who earned college credits prior to high school graduation

SAT Scores and High School GPA

                             

Evergreen GPA Trend 2004-2018

Evergreen SAT Trend 2017-2018 (PDF) | Evergreen SAT Trend 2004-2016 (PDF)

SAT/GPA Peer Comparison 2017 (PDF)

Fall 2016 | Fall 2015 | Fall 2014 | Fall 2013 | Fall 2012 | Fall 2011 | Fall 2010 | Fall 2009 | Fall 2008 | Fall 2007 | Fall 2005 | Fall 2004

 
Evidence-based Reading and Writing 25th - 75th Percentile
490 - 650 
Average Evidence-based Reading and Writing
569
Math 25th - 75th Percentile
470 - 560
Average Math
519
Average High School GPA
3.02