MIT Common Data Set
Sifting through a college’s Common Data Set can take a lot of time. Instead, we’ve gathered the most important information from MIT’s most recent Common Data Set to provide you with the information you need, at a quick glance.
This guide contains key information from MIT’s Common Data Set for 2018-2019.
MIT Common Data Set Quick Facts
- Public vs. Private: Private
- Geographic Region: New England
- State: Massachusetts
- Student to Faculty Ratio: 3 to 1
- Full Time Undergraduates: 4602
Merit Scholarships for MIT
- Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: N/A
- Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: N/A
Important Factors Considered For Admissions
- Rigor of secondary school record
- Academic GPA
- Standardized test scores
- Application essay
- Extracurricular activities
- Character/personal qualities
- Percentage of students from out-of-state: 91%
- Percentage of students who join sororities: 28%
- Percentage of students who join fraternities: 43%
- Percentage of nonresident aliens: 10.04%
- Percentage of Hispanic/Latino: 15.23%
- Percentage of Black or African American, non-Hispanic: 6.15%
- Percentage of White, non-Hispanic: 31.67%
- Percentage of American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic: 0.13%
- Percentage of Asian, non-Hispanic: 27.87%
- Percentage of Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic: 0.04%
- Percentage of two or more races, non-Hispanic: 7.25%
- Percentage of unknown race and/or ethnicity: 1.60%
This information and more is available at MIT Common Data Set 2018-2019.
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