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New Graduate Enrollment

New Master's Students
1,633
New Doctoral Students
103
New Law Students
309
Total New Graduate Students 2,045

New Master’s Enrollment 

The total of 1,633 new master’s students enrolled in fall 2017 is up 26 students from 2016.
  • 30 percent are under age 24 (28 percent in 2016). 
  • 33 percent are students of color (32 percent in 2016). 
  • 14 percent are international students on F1 and J1 visas (17 percent in 2016)
The new master’s students come from a wide range of locations: 
  • 36 percent are from the city of Chicago (35 percent in 2016). 
  • 42 percent are from suburban locations and elsewhere in Illinois (41 percent in 2016). 
  • 20 percent are from out of state (22 percent in 2016). 
  • 2 percent are from international locations (1 percent in 2016). 

New Doctorate Enrollment 

A total of 103 new doctoral students enrolled this fall, compared with 118 in 2016. Forty-five of these students are in the College of Education, 36 are in CSH, 11 are in KGSB, six are in CDM and five are in LAS.

New Law Enrollment 

The College of Law welcomed 309 new students this fall, compared with 321 in 2016. Of the new law students, 271 are enrolled in the JD program, 28 are enrolled in the Master of Jurisprudence (MJ program), and nine are in LLM programs.

 
​​​ Race/Ethnicity of New Graduate Students​
​​​​ ​Master's Doctoral
Law
​African-American ​193 21 24
Hispanic/Latino​ 176 15 24
​Asian​ 132 1 ​17
​Caucasian 701 ​39 189
​Multiracial/Non-Hispanic 39 2 2
​Unreported Background/Other 169 ​22 35
​International 222 2 17
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