Reports and Data

Class of 2022 Profile

Class Size 596
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachusetts 58.2%
Other New England 31.2%
Other US 9.6%
Foreign 1.0%
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.3%
Asian 5.2%
Black/African American 7.7%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.0%
Hispanic 13.6%
Two or More Races 3.2%
ALANA total 30%
International 1.8%
White 65.8%
Unknown 2.3%
Gender Breakdown
Female 78.2%
Male 21.8%
Residency Status
Resident (On Campus) 86.1%
Commuter 13.9%
Test Scores*
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (middle 50%)
SAT Math (middle 50%)
ACT Composite (middle 50%)
* 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-2018

Total Students 1951
Freshmen 34.1%
Sophomores 22.4%
Juniors 21.8%
Seniors 21.5%
Non-Matriculating 0.2%
FT/PT Status
Full Time 99.1%
Part Time 0.9%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachusetts 59.4%
Other New England 30.7%
Other US 8.6%
Foreign 1.3%
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.2%
Asian 4.5%
Black/African American 6.4%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.1%
Hispanic 11.5%
Two or More Races 3.5%
ALANA total 26.2%
International 1.5%
White 69.2%
Unknown 3.0%
Gender Breakdown
Female 74.5%
Male 25.5%
Residency Status
Resident (On Campus) 71.5%
Commuter 28.5%

Top Majors - A&S Students

Spring 2016 Spring 2017 Spring 2018
Psychology 16% Psychology 16% Biology 19%
Biology 17% Biology 15% Psychology 17%
English 11% English 11% English 12%
Management 11% Management 10% Management 8%

Faculty Headcount(FT and benefits eligible PT)

Fall 2016 Fall 2017 Fall 2018
94(93 FT) 91(93 FT) 95(94 FT)

One-Year Retention Rate

Class of 2019 Class of 2020 Class of 2021
80% 78% 78%

Six-Year Graduation Rate

Class of 2014 Class of 2015 Class of 2016
67% 66% 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%
Class of 2016 64% 63% 71% 66%

Graduate + Professional Programs UG Profile - Fall 2018

Total Students 29
Nursing (BSN) 100%
FT/PT Status
Full Time 3.4%
Part Time 96.6%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachuetts 100%
Other New England --
Other US --
Foreign --
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native --
Asian 10.3%
Black/African American 27.6%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander --
Hispanic 13.8%
Two or More Races --
ALANA total 51.7%
International --
White 37.9%
Unknown 10.3%
Gender Breakdown
Female 96.4%
Male 3.4%

Other UG Students

Colleges of the Fenway 102
Fenway High School 6
Exchange Programs 1

GPP Graduate Student Profile - Fall 2018

Total Students 120
Education (CAGS, MAT, MEd) 20.0%
Human Resources Mgmt. (HRM) 25%
Management (MSM) 21.7%
Nursing (MSN) 27.5%
Research Admin (Certificate) 1.7%
Non-Matriculating 4.2%
FT/PT Status
Full Time 5.8%
Part Time 94.2%
Geographic Breakdown (All Students by Address)
Massachusetts 89.2%
Other New England 5.8%
Other US 5.0%
Foreign --
Race/Ethnicity (Self-identified)
American Indian/Alaska Native --
Asian 0.8%
Black/African American 8.3%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander --
Hispanic 8.3%
Two or More Races 2.5%
ALANA total 19.9%
International --
White 59.2%
Unknown 20.8%
Gender Breakdown
Female 75.0%
Male 25.0%

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

Fall 2016 Fall 2017 Fall 2018
1981 1919 2046
Number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Undergraduate Students
1904 1860 1995
Number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Graduate Students
77 59 50

One Year Out Outcomes

Class of 2022

Geographic Distribution by Home Address

Total Fall 2018 Enrollment

Enrollment by Academic Level

Total Fall 2018 Enrollment by Gender

Distribution by Gender

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