Undergraduate Student Profile 2018–19

Falconfest 2018

Number of enrolled students (Based on Autumn Quarter 2018)

2,876

Undergraduate

193

Transfers

812

Graduate and post-baccalaureate

 

Average age of all students

20

Undergraduate

36

Post-baccalaureate

32

Master’s

33

Doctoral

 

Incoming freshmen*

51% undergraduate ethnic minority students

New undergraduate students (high school and transfer actual numbers). Learn more about the many opportunities for students to engage and find support on campus.

  • White: 414
  • Hispanic of any race: 152
  • Asian: 132
  • Two or more races: 81
  • Black or African American: 55
  • International: 43
  • Hawaiian Native or other Pacific Islander: 4
  • American Indian or Alaska Native: 2
  • Race and ethnicity unknown: 24

International Students*

indonesia

9

Indonesia

mexico

9

Mexico

Japan

4

Japan

saudi arabia

4

Saudi Arabia

china

6

China

vietnam

7

Vietnam

south korea

4

South Korea

world

12

Other Countries

Percentage of historically underrepresented students by year (all undergraduates)

Diversity by year

First-generation students

39% are first generation

Gender (undergraduate through doctorate)

33% Men, 67% Women

Incoming freshmen*

Undergrad students came from 42 states and 48 countries and represent 102 denominations

Undergrad students came from 42 states and 48 countries and represent 102 denominations

Top 20 states represented by incoming freshmen*

43% Freshmen from out of state

Actual numbers

  • Washington: 527
  • California: 105
  • Oregon: 53
  • Hawaii: 34
  • International: 19
  • Texas: 17
  • Colorado: 16
  • Idaho: 10
  • Arizona: 6
  • Illinois: 6
  • Alaska: 5
  • Massachusetts: 4
  • Florida: 3
  • Georgia: 3
  • Kansas: 3
  • Minnesota: 3
  • Arkansas: 2
  • Michigan: 2
  • Montana: 2
  • Oklahoma: 2

Academics

3.51

Average high school GPA for incoming freshmen

3.17

Average college GPA for incoming transfers

1084

Average SAT score of incoming freshmen

 

*high school and transfer

Information provided by SPU's Office of Institutional Research.