Who will you be going to school with?

Who will you be studying with? Going to games with? Exploring Seattle with? Until you get here and meet them for yourself, you can draw a few conclusions from the statistics on this page. We have a student body small enough for a personal education and diverse enough to expand your world.

Incoming First-Year Students

99.1%
attend full time
93.3%
live on campus

GPA and Test Scores of Incoming First-Years

3.5-3.9
High School GPA

Middle 50%

1160-1320
SAT Score

Middle 50%

24-30
ACT Composite

Middle 50%

New Students - Fall 2019

930
First Time in College
414
Transfer
172
International

Student Demographics (Incoming First-Years)

EthnicityNumber and Percentage of Students
Asian 308 (33.1%)
Black 45 (4.8%)
Hispanic 119 (12.8%)
Native American* 14 (1.5%)
Pacific Islander 39 (4.2%)
White 547 (58.8%)
Other/Unknown 34 (3.7%)

Student Demographics (All Undergraduates)

EthnicityNumber and Percentage of Students
Asian 1,222 (26%)
Black 240 (5.1%)
Hispanic 583 (12.4%)
Native American* 92 (2%)
Pacific Islander 158 (3.4%)
White 2,473 (52.6%)
Other/Unknown 257 (5.5%)
International students 522 (11.1%)

*In our materials, we use Indigenous and Native American somewhat interchangeably. At the same time, we acknowledge that it is important to name and recognize the uniqueness of peoples who identify as Alaska Native, First Nations, California Indian, and other terms that reflect Indigenous self-determination.

In-State and Out-of-State First-Year Students

36%
In-State
64%
Out-of-State

Top Ten States & Territories (Out-of-State Incoming First-Year Students)

  • California
  • Hawaii
  • Oregon
  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Texas
  • Arizona
  • Minnesota
  • Guam

Top Ten Countries of Origin (First-Year International Students)

  • Peoples Republic of China
  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • France
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Kuwait
  • Mexico

Gender (Incoming First-Year Students)

39%
Male
61%
Female

Gender (All Students )

39%
Male
61%
Female

Religious Demographics (All Students)

Religious DenominationNumber & Percentage of Students
Catholic 1,168 (24.5%)
Assembly of God  8 (0.2%) 
Baptist 60 (1.3%)
Christian-Orthodox 35 (0.7%)
Christian-Church 0 (0.0%)
Christian Scientist 10 (0.2%)
Church of Christ 99 (2.1%)
Congregational 3 (0.1%)
Disciples of Christ 8 (0.2%)
Eastern Orthodox 6 (0.1%)
Episcopalian 9 (0.2%)
Greek Orthodox 0 (0.0%)
Latter Day Saints/Mormon 3 (0.1%)
Lutheran 84 (1.8%)
Methodist 33 (0.7%)
Other/Christian 85 (1.8%)
Pentecostal 17 (0.4%)
Presbyterian 97 (2.0%)
Protestant 22 (0.5%)
Quaker(Society of Friends) 1 (0.0%)
Reformed Evangelical 6 (0.1%)
Seventh Day Adventist 4 (0.1%)
Unitarian Universalist 9 (0.2%)
Non-Christian Religions
Agnostic 208 (4.4%)
Atheist 101 (2.1%)
Buddhist 115 (2.4%)
Hindu/Sikh 36 (0.8%)
Islamic/Muslim 51 (1.1%)
Jewish 63 (1.3%)
Other/Non-Christian 3 (0.1%)
Taoist 1 (0.0%)