Carnegie Mellon News Online Edition: September 6, 2001
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Where The Girls Are

McCullough Leads MCS

Wall Street Executive Heads GSIA

Internet Study

Class of 2005 At A Glance

Diversity Recruiting

Robot's Success

Summer News Round-Up

Getting Their Kicks

International Visitors

Trotter Heads History Department

John Anderson Reappointed To CIT

Cell Phones Distract Drivers

New Director of Campus Security

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Class of 2005 at a Glance

Applications: 16,701
Admitted: 5,210, Enrolled: 1,320

Students Enrolled by College/School:
361, College of Engineering
250, College of Fine Arts
214, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
193, Mellon College of Science
130, School of Computer Science
83, School of Industrial Administration
75, Information Systems Program
14, Bachelor of Humanities and Arts Program

Student Body Make-Up:
775 men
545 women
184 international students
121 minority students (60 African Americans, 60 Hispanics and 1 Native American)

Geographically Speaking:
Forty-six U.S. states, including the District of Columbia, 32 foreign countries and three territories are represented in the Class of 2005. There are no freshmen from Alaska, Iowa, Mississippi, North Dakota or South Dakota. Fifty-three percent of the student body is from the Middle Atlantic States. Nineteen percent of the class is from Pennsylvania.

Did You Know?
The average SAT score of the freshman class is 1,340‹640 verbal and 700 math. The average composite ACT score is 28 (out of a possible 36)‹28 English and 29 math‹and there are 62 high school valedictorians in the freshman class.

Fifteen freshmen were born on Dec. 8, the most common birthday of the Class of 2005.


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