Reports and Data

Class of 2021 Profile

Class Size 474
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachusetts 57.4%
Other New England 32.1%
Other US 8.9%
Foreign 1.7%
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.4%
Asian 4.6%
Black/African American 5.7%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.2%
Hispanic 9.7%
Two or More Races 4.2%
ALANA total 24.9%
International 0.8%
White 69.8%
Unknown 4.4%
Gender Breakdown
Female 71.5%
Male 28.5%
Residency Status
Resident (On Campus) 90.5%
Commuter 9.5%
Test Scores*
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (middle 50%) 560-640
SAT Math (middle 50%) 530-610
ACT Composite (middle 50%) 24-29
* As of Fall 2015 Emmanuel is test optional. These test score metrics only include those students who chose to submit their test scores

A&S Profile Fall-2017

Total Students 1814
Freshmen 31.6%
Sophomores 27.3%
Juniors 22.9%
Seniors 18.0%
Non-Matriculating 0.1%
FT/PT Status
Full Time 99.3%
Part Time 0.7%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachusetts 57.4%
Other New England 32.2%
Other US 9.0%
Foreign 1.3%
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.2%
Asian 4.2%
Black/African American 5.1%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.1%
Hispanic 10.5%
Two or More Races 3.6%
ALANA total 23.7%
International 1.2%
White 71.3%
Unknown 3.8%
Gender Breakdown
Female 72.4%
Male 27.6%
Residency Status
Resident (On Campus) 68.1%
Commuter 31.9%

Top Majors - A&S Students

Spring 2015 Spring 2016 Spring 2017
Biology/Chemistry 19% Biology/Chemistry 19% Biology/Chemistry 19%
Psychology 17% Psychology 16% Psychology 17%
English 13% English 11% English 12%
Management 12% Management 10% Management 8%

Faculty Headcount(FT and benefits eligible PT)

Fall 2015 Fall 2016 Fall 2017
96(93 FT) 94(93 FT) 91(90 FT)

One-Year Retention Rate

Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Class of 2020
75% 80% 78%

Six-Year Graduation Rate

Class of 2013 Class of 2014 Class of 2015
64% 67% 66%

Income Based Six Year Graduation Rates

Pell Grant Stafford Loan, no Pell Grant Neither Pell Grant nor Stafford Loan All Students
Class of 2011 61% 56% 59% 58%
Class of 2012 79% 58% 55% 64%
Class of 2013 68% 64% 55% 64%
Class of 2014 60% 71% 69% 67%
Class of 2015 55% 70% 68% 66%

Graduate + Professional Programs UG Profile - Fall 2017

Total Students 39
Nursing (BSN) 92.3%
Non-Matriculating 7.7%
FT/PT Status
Full Time 2.6%
Part Time 97.4%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachuetts 97.4%
Other New England 2.6%
Other US --
Foreign --
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native --
Asian 7.7%
Black/African American 20.5%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander --
Hispanic 5.1%
Two or More Races --
ALANA total 33.3%
International --
White 53.8%
Unknown 12.8%
Gender Breakdown
Female 97.4%
Male 2.6%

Other UG Students

Colleges of the Fenway 90
Fenway High School 3
Exchange Programs 1

GPP Graduate Student Profile - Fall 2017

Total Students 136
Education (CAGS, MAT, MEd) 11.8%
Human Resources Mgmt. (HRM) 27.2%
Management (MSM) 23.5%
Nursing (MSN) 25.7%
Research Admin (Certificate) 0.7%
Non-Matriculating 11.0%
FT/PT Status
Full Time 8.1%
Part Time 91.9%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachusetts 93.4%
Other New England 3.7%
Other US 2.9%
Foreign --
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native --
Asian 3.7%
Black/African American 11.8%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander --
Hispanic 9.6%
Two or More Races --
ALANA total 25.0%
International --
White 55.9%
Unknown 19.1%
Gender Breakdown
Female 83.1%
Male 16.9%

Total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Student Enrollment (using fall student headcounts)

Fall 2015 Fall 2016 Fall 2017
1949 1981 1919
Number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Undergraduate Students
1858 1904 1860
Number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Graduate Students
91 77 59

One Year Out Outcomes

Class of 2021
Enrollment by Academic Level
Distribution by Gender

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