The Class of 2016 officially arrived on campus Sunday.
The 592 first-year students were selected from among a record 5,565 applicants, marking one of the most competitive years in the College’s admissions history. The students hail from 26 states and 13 countries. Nearly 19 percent of the incoming class consists of domestic multicultural students, while 7 percent is international.
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