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Class Profile

Leaders from all walks of life and experiences.

Bringing together a talented and dynamic student body is critical to our mission of educating tomorrow’s wise, decisive leaders. Tuck is enriched by the diverse backgrounds, experiences, and dreams of our students and strengthened by what they share: an exceptional record of accomplishment and a desire to use their talents to better the world through business.

Class statistics 287 enrollment 45% women 43% international

Personal

 

Women 45%
Students with partners 31%
Students with children 5%
LGBTQ 7%
First generation in their family to graduate from a four-year college or university 11%

 

U.S. Students

 

U.S. minorities (All Students Denominator = 287)
Includes American Indian, African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latinx
21%
U.S. minorities (U.S. & Permanent Residents Denominator = 194)
Includes American Indian, African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latinx
31%
U.S. Underrepresented Minorities (U.S. Students Denominator = 194)
Includes American Indian, African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native Hawaiian
13%
  U.S. RACE/ETHNICITY FEDERAL GUIDELINES REPORTING* MULTI-DIMENSIONAL REPORTING**
  American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, or Other Pacific Islander 0% 1%
  Asian 14% 19%
  Black or African American 6% 6%
  Hispanic or Latinx 7% 7%
  White 68% 75%
  Multi-race/ethnic 4% -
  Did not report 1% 1%

*Federal Reporting Guidelines
Students who identify as Hispanic / Latinx and any other race are represented as Hispanic / Latinx only. Students who identify with more than one race are represented as Multi-Race only.

**Multi-Dimensional Reporting Guidelines
Students with multi-racial or multi-ethnic identities are represented across the multiple categories with which they identify. As a result, the total may add to more than 100%.

 

International

 

International (including dual citizens, permanent residents) 43%
International (not including dual citizens, permanent residents) 36%
Countries represented  
  By citizenship 38
  By birth 39
  By professional experience 42
Citizenship
Counts dual citizens in both countries
 
  U.S.A. and Canada 67%
  Asia 22%
  Europe 8%
  Latin America 7%
  Middle East and Africa 4%
  Oceania
<1%

 

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Academic

(based on institution awarding degree)

 

Unique undergraduate majors 76
  Arts, humanities, social sciences 41%
  Science, technology, engineering, math 30%
  Business 28%
Unique undergraduate institutions  
  Domestic 109
  International 72
Previous advanced degrees 12%

GMAT

Average 726
Verbal Average 42
Quant Average 48
IR Average 7
Range 610-790
Verbal Range 34-51
Quant Range 39-51

GRE

Verbal Average 162
Quant Average 162
Verbal Range 150-170
Quant Range 150-170
% Submitting GRE Scores 38%

GPA

3.52

Average

2.7-4.0

Range

Students from U.S. schools w/ 4.0 scale

 

Professional

 

232

Unique Employers

Industry Experience

(based on most recent employer)

24% Financial Services
23% Consulting
11% Nonprofit, Government
10% Health Care, Pharma, Biotech
10% Technology
7% Other
6% Consumer Goods, Retail
3% Energy
3% Media, Entertainment
3% Manufacturing

67 Average months worked

 

Results as of September 2022

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