By the numbers: Makeup of new undergraduate and graduate classes

Nov. 14, 2011 9 a.m.

The following figures, provided by the Office of the Registrar, reflect the makeup of Princeton's undergraduate Class of 2015 and this year's new graduate students. University enrollment statistics and other data can be found on the registrar's website.

The Princeton Class of 2015

Number of students (including readmitted students): 1,303
Percent men: 51
Percent women: 49
Number of states represented, plus Washington, D.C.: 48
Number of countries represented: 62
Percent American students of color: 38
Percent international students:  11
Percent sons/daughters of alumni: 12.3
Total undergraduate enrollment:  5,173

Fall 2011 new graduate students

Number pursuing doctoral degrees: 467
Number seeking master's degrees: 156
Number of visiting and exchange students: 17
Percent men: 62
Percent women: 38
Percent international students: 37
Percent American students of color: 16
Percent in humanities: 14
Percent in natural sciences: 26
Percent in School of Architecture: 4
Percent in School of Engineering and Applied Science: 20
Percent in social sciences: 20
Percent in Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs: 16
Total graduate enrollment: 2,610