Here are a few facts about the fall 2016 entering freshman class and the overall undergraduate student body on the Pittsburgh campus.

Application facts:

Number of freshman applications received 29,159
Number of students offered admission (53.9 percent) 16,160
Number of students who matriculated (24.8 percent) 4,086
Middle 50 percent SAT score 1180-1360
Middle 50 percent SAT Math 600-690
Middle 50 percent SAT Critical Reading 580-670
Middle 50 percent ACT composite 26-32

Please Note: The SAT data is from tests taken prior to March 2016

Academics:

Freshmen who took at least one advanced course in high school (AP IB, College in High school, “A” levels) 92%

Freshman enrollment in four freshman-entry schools/colleges:

Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences 3,019
College of Business Administration 322
Swanson School of Engineering 612
School of Nursing 133
Freshman minority enrollment 33%

Pittsburgh campus enrollment:

Full-time undergraduate 17,694
Total enrollment, including graduate and professional schools 28,617

Pittsburgh campus students come from 50 states, two territories, the District of Columbia, and 106 countries.

Most recent statistics available at the time of update. For more specific, systemwide enrollment figures, refer to the Office of Institutional Research website.