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Princeton Weekly Bulletin   September 10, 2006, Vol. 96, No. 1   prev   next   current

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  • Editor: Ruth Stevens
    Calendar editor: Carolyn Geller
    Staff writers: Jennifer Greenstein Altmann, Eric Quiñones
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By the numbers

The Princeton class of 2010

Number of students=1,230

Percent on financial aid=55

Number of applications=17,564 (record)

Percent admitted=10.2

Percent admitted through early decision=49

Percent men=53

Percent women=47

Number of states represented=47 plus Washington, D.C.

Number of countries represented=42

Percent students of color=37

Percent international students=10.3

Percent sons/daughters of alumni=13.9

Total undergraduate enrollment=4,792

Fall 2006 entering graduate students

Number pursuing doctoral degrees=422

Number seeking master’s degrees=158

Number of visiting and exchange students=17

Number of applications=8,641

Percent admitted=13

Percent men=61

Percent women=39

Percent international students=39

Percent students of color=14

Percent in humanities and social sciences=50

Percent in sciences and engineering=45

Percent in architecture=5

Total graduate enrollment=2,328

Source: Office of Admission and Office of the Dean of the Graduate School; figures are accurate for the pre-registration period — official opening enrollment numbers will be issued by the Office of the Registrar in early October.

caption (Denise Applewhite)



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