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Student body represents 50 states and 147 countries.
97% of first-year students return for the second year
60% of students are involved in research
84% of undergraduate courses have 50 or fewer students
55% of undergraduate courses have fewer than 20 students
87.1% 4-year graduation rate
94% 6-year graduation rate
92% of enrolling students ranked in top tenth of class
Middle 50% rate for SAT scores:
620-720 Critical Reading
Middle 50% range for ACT composite scores: 28-33
ETS (SAT I and SAT II): 5820
Echols Scholars Program in Arts and Sciences
College Science Scholars in Arts and Sciences
Rodman Scholars Program in Engineering
Distinguished Major and Honors Programs in many Arts and Sciences departments
More data can be found through the Facts at a Glance pages and the Office of Institutional Assessment & Studies website.
Prospective students may find the information resources of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) of use in planning for college and careers. SCHEV has created an institutional profile for each Virginia public college and university, and for each independent college or university participating in the Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant Program. The University’s profile may be viewed on the SCHEV website. (The University cautions that the wage data provided by SCHEV only includes those alumni employed or attending graduate school in the Commonwealth of Virginia. It does not include a sizable population of University alumni employed or attending graduate school outside the Commonwealth of Virginia.)
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