Welcoming A Record Female Freshman Population
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Rose-Hulman marked the 20th anniversary of coeducation by welcoming a record number of female students in the 2015-16 freshman class, and an increase in the female population to an all-time high within the institute’s student body. Female students make up 133 of the 547 incoming students, coming from 37 states, the District of Columbia, and seven countries. “We continue to increase diversity within our student body….Rose-Hulman’s outstanding student body continues to reflect the characteristics of a world-class institution, full of bright young men and women from across the nation and the globe,” says James A. Goecker, vice president for enrollment management and strategic communications.
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