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Student Profile

Undergraduate infographic explaining incoming students statistics.

In 2017, approximately 1,788 undergraduates attended Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management, 59.3 percent of students were male and 40.7 percent were female. Ethnic minorities accounted for 27.6 percent of Whitman undergraduate students, while international students accounted for 7.7 percent of the undergraduate population.

A breakdown of ethnic representation, excluding international students, shows that 0.18 percent of students were American Indian, 9.1 percent were Asian, 3.7 percent were Black/African, 1.6 percent were Latino, 0.36 percent were Mexican, 0.7 percent were Puerto Rican, 8.91 percent of students were multiple ethnicities, 72 percent were White and 3 percent were unknown or unreported.

A geographic breakdown based on permanent residence shows that 73.5 percent of students were from the northeast, 6.9 percent of students were from the southeast and D.C. area, 3.6 percent of students were from the central U.S. and 7.3 percent were from the west.