The class of 2022 hails from across the United States and around the world.
New York State has the highest representation at 44 percent, while New Jersey (14 percent), Pennsylvania and Massachusetts (8 percent each), and Connecticut (5 percent) round out the top five states from which members of the freshman class come. The rest of New England (except for Maine), Maryland, Illinois and California round out the top 10 states that the Class of 2022 call home.
Three students from Hawaii are also among the first-years.
This year’s cohort is also composed of 55 international students and 52 U.S. citizens who live or attended high school outside the country. In total, 32 countries are represented: Argentina, Bhutan, Brazil, Canada, China, Columbia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Portugal, Russia, Rwanda, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, Turks & Caicos, the United Kingdom, Vietnam and Zimbabwe.