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Wesleyan University Demographics

Hey there, I'm really interested in Wesleyan University and I'd like to learn more about the student population. Does anyone know about the school's demographics or where I can find this information? Thanks!

a month ago

Hey! It's wonderful that you're interested in Wesleyan University. Understanding the demographics of a college can give you a better idea of the campus environment and community.

Here's a quick overview of Wesleyan's demographics:

1. Student population: Approximately 3,000 undergraduate students.

2. Gender distribution: The student body is fairly balanced, with around 46% male and 54% female.

3. Geographic diversity: Wesleyan students come from all over the United States and over 50 different countries worldwide.

4. Socioeconomic diversity: Roughly 38% of students receive need-based financial aid, and Wesleyan has a commitment to meeting 100% of demonstrated need for accepted students.

5. Racial/ethnic diversity: Wesleyan is a diverse campus with about 32% of students identifying as being students of color.

For the most up-to-date and detailed data on demographics, you can visit the Wesleyan University website and search for "Common Data Set" or "enrollment profile." These documents provide in-depth demographic profiles of enrolled students, including geographic breakdowns, financial aid statistics, and racial/ethnic diversity. Additionally, you can check out the Wesleyan's Office of Institutional Research (OIR) webpage for more demographic information and statistics.

I hope this information helps you in your college search! Good luck!

a month ago

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