Student Citizenship Profile

Students’ citizenship* as of fall semester census date

Fall 2021
  • 2,956 degree-seeking students:
    • 301 non-resident international students with citizenship from 91 countries (10.2%)
    • Top citizenship countries represented: China (28), India (20), Mexico (13), Armenia (12), Vietnam (11)
  • 755 new entering students in the Class of 2025:
    • 77 non-resident international students with citizenship from 44 countries (10.2%)
Fall 2020
  • 2,928 degree-seeking students:
    • 291 non-resident international students with citizenship from 89 countries (10%)
    • Top citizenship countries represented: China (35), India (22), Vietnam (18), Mexico (14), Armenia and Nigeria (10 each)
  • 729 new entering students in the Class of 2024:
    • 49 non-resident international students with citizenship from 35 countries (6.7%)
Fall 2019
  • 3,033 degree-seeking students:
    • 318 non-resident international students with citizenship from 91 countries (10.5%)
    • Top citizenship countries represented: China (48), Vietnam (25), India (21), Mexico (15), Armenia and Zimbabwe (10 each)
  • 806 new entering students in the Class of 2023:
    • 88 non-resident international students with citizenship from 46 countries (10.9%)
  • 16 non-degree-seeking international students from 9 countries
Fall 2018
  • 3,022 degree-seeking students:
    • 301 non-resident international students with citizenship from 90 countries (10.0%)
    • Top citizenship countries represented: China (60), Vietnam (20), Mexico (15), India (14), South Korea (9)
  • 809 new entering students in the Class of 2022:
    • 88 non-resident international students with citizenship from 50 countries (10.9%)
  • 10 non-degree-seeking international students from 6 countries
Fall 2017
  • 3,004 degree-seeking students:
    • 287 non-resident international students with citizenship from 85 countries (9.6%)
    • Top countries represented: China (59), Vietnam (22), India (14), Mexico and South Korea (11 each)
  • 786 new entering students in the Class of 2021:
    • 92 non-resident international students from 43 countries (11.7%)
  • 11 non-degree-seeking international students from 8 countries

* note that this reflects non-US resident international students’ first citizenship only; dual citizenship is not reflected here