August 28, 2017
The Class of 2021 includes 1,730 new students - 1,503 first-year students and 227 transfer students – hailing from 33 states and 21 countries. The class includes three sets of twins and is 55 percent female.
The University was recently named one of the nation’s best colleges for 2018 by The Princeton Review, a directory of top colleges. This is the second year in a row that the University has been included in the prestigious and influential college guide.
In addition, the University’s Office of Career Services was ranked 17th in the nation.
When President Steven H. Kaplan joined the University 13 years ago, the student body
numbered about 4,000, many of whom were commuters. This fall, the University will
include nearly 6,800 students, with more than 65 percent of undergraduates living
The University is increasingly the first choice for successful students who are looking
not only for a fulfilling student-first college experience but also post-graduation
opportunities. The incoming students will be a terrific addition to the bright, eager,
and capable students returning to campus to complete their degrees.
– Walter Caffey, Vice President for Enrollment Management