|Special (Degree & Non-Degree)||21||6||27||4%|
|Graduate School of Arts & Sciences||1,505||1,353||2,858||35%|
Professional School Programs
|- Institute of Sacred Music||18||17||35||6%|
|Forestry & Environmental Studies||110||190||300||29%|
|- Institute of Sacred Music||19||9||28||18%|
|Professional School Programs Total||1,950||2,045||3,995||22%|
* Students pursuing degrees in the fields of engineering and applied science are enrolled in either Yale Total research expenditures including all restricted College or in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
“International” excludes U.S. citizens and and unrestricted funds from all sources: $550.9 Million students who have permanent resident status.
Institute of Sacred Music students are listed in brackets for information only as they are enrolled in either the Divinity School or the School of Music.
Enrollment figures for each school include only those students paying tuition to that school in the fall term.
|American Indian or Alaska Native||2%|
|Black or African-American||10%|
|Hispanic of any race||10%|
|Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander||1%|
*Students self-reporting two or more races are counted once in each race/ethnicity category.
20% are international students*
118 countries are represented
Countries most represented: China, Canada, Germany, India, South Korea, and the United Kingdom
84% of undergraduates live in university housing.
99% of freshmen return for their sophomore year.
95% graduate within five years; 97% graduate within six years.
94% are from out-of-state (including nonresident aliens).
The average age of an undergraduate is 20.
808 students (regular and summer term) studied abroad in 2014-15.
- Acceptance Statistics:
- # of Applicants: 30,236
- % Admitted: 6.7%
- # of Matriculants: 1,364
- Yield: 68.8%
- 57% of matriculants came from public high schools.
- 43% of maticulants came from independent, parochial, and other schools.
- 10% of matriculants were children of Yale alumni.
- 11% of matriculants were international students.
- Test score ranges (25th to 75th percentiles) for enrolled freshmen:
- SAT-Verbal: 720-800
- SAT-Math: 710-800
- SAT-Writing: 710-790
- ACT: 31-35
|Degree||Men||Women||Total||% Who are International|
|Masters & Post-Masters Certificates||1,119||1,101||2,220||29%|
|Research & Scholarship||222||204||426||34%|
|Total Number Degrees||2,196||2,113||4,309||22%|
When asked about their expected plans for the fall following graduation almost three-quarters (76.0%) of respondents intend to be working, with the next largest group (20.0%) planning to attend graduate school. Those not attending graduate school immediately were asked if they intend to enroll in a graduate program within the next five years. 78.1% indicated they intend to pursue graduate school within the next five years.
|Expected Plans for Fall 2015||%|
|Working for pay full-time/part-time/short-term position||76.0%|
|Attending graduate or professional school||20.0%|
|Independent research (including scholarships/fellowships such as Rhodes and Fulbright)||3.2%|
|Traveling/family and other caregiving||0.3%|
|Volunteer activity (not for pay)||0.3%|
To view the full report, please visit the Yale Office of Career Strategy.
All scholarships and grants are awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need.
2,734 of undergraduates received scholarships/grants from Yale sources
49% of undergraduates received scholarships/grants from Yale sources
Average need-based scholarships/grants from all sources: $46,445
Average need-based scholarships/grants from Yale sources: $43,285
Range of individual scholarships/grants from Yale sources: $500-$66,500
|Arts & Sciences||456||199||278||132||1,065|
|Forestry & Environmental Studies||18||8||34||14||74|
* Faculty with appointments in multiple Yale schools are counted only once in this table and are included in the school where they hold their primary appointment. As a result, the numbers listed for any one school may not fully represent the entire body of faculty who teach and work with students in that school.
In the Schools of Music and Drama, adjunct professors provide the core of the schools’ regular faculty. As a result, the distinction among the categories of tenured/term/non-ladder is less relevant in those schools.
In the School of Medicine, the tenured category also includes appointments made on a continuing basis without term.
Faculty in the School of Public Health are considered part of the School of Medicine.
Faculty in the School of Engineering and Applied Science are counted within the Faculty of Arts & Sciences.
|Managerial & Professional||4,252|
|Clerical & Technical||4,019|
|Service & Maintenance||1,184|