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FACTS- Applicants, Matriculants, and Graduates- New Entrants by Gender and Race/ Ethnicity.
For example, there are only 426 black males enrolled this year in the total pool of 16,303 matriculants.
The recruitment of matriculants and graduates, which had already quadrupled in the ten years from 1957 to 1967, further doubled in the period from 1968 to 1988.
For recruiting, this means not only inquiries, but also conversions to apps, deposits, and matriculants.
We had a huge influx of applicants; it's just that the applicants did not turn into matriculants," Jones says.
About 23 percent of Lehigh's matriculants are students of color.
SAT scores are based on the matriculants from 2005, 2006, and 2007.
For matriculants, a term file records various measures of academic progress, notably persistence, GPA, choice of major, and graduation status for each semester enrolled.
Our second will be allowing the number of black matriculants to rise until the presence of the few no longer is such a statistical anomaly that the campus security officers can distinguish a Yale undergraduate from a townie thug.