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  • Students hailed from more than 43 countries, and 49 states including DC, Guam, and PR in the United States. In the class of 2026, 22% are first-generation college students, thanks to financial aid and scholarship support.
  • The Student Emergency Fund supported nearly 200 requests that provided students with food support, living expenses, utilities, academic tools, and more.
  • The Food Pantry had more than 1200 visits from students across the University throughout this past academic year, including 390 ASE undergraduates.
  • Diverse experiential learning opportunities were available for all students. 95% participated in internships, 77% were involved in undergraduate research, 92% engaged in one or more of the 270 student organizations, and 25% participated in education abroad.

Bullet points highlight impact made in 2022-23

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