Admissions data

A close look at Emory admission statistics over the past decade highlights some interesting changes: an increase in Hispanic students (from 3 percent to 7 percent) and international students (from 4 percent to 14 percent). The Office of Undergraduate Admission has pursued purposeful ways to increase the diversity of the undergraduate student body, such as the Essence at Emory program that brings Latino/Hispanic and Black/African American high school students for a weekend visit to campus as well as additional programming recruitment abroad to attract top students. This year Chinese and Indian students make up the biggest groups of international admissions at the university.