- Students hailed from more than 120 countries, and every state in the United States. 20 percent of undergraduates are first-generation college students, thanks to financial aid and scholarship support. In addition, the College provided additional support for low- income and underrepresented minority students through the David T. Kearns Center for Leadership and Diversity.
- Students have access to 200 plus academic programs. More than 130 courses focus on community engagement exploring American Sign Language, positive youth development, urban crime and justice, and water use and conservation.
- Diverse experiential learning opportunities are available for all students. 96% of students participate in internships, 77% are involved in undergraduate research, 85% engage in one or more of the 280 student organizations and 30% participate in education abroad.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2020-21