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2019 First-Year Class Profile

The University of Miami is interested in those students we believe will contribute to, as well as benefit from, our campus community. It is important to note the evaluation of applications by the Admission Committee is a comprehensive and holistic process that requires the applicant's candidacy to be evaluated on the basis of all the information provided in the application and within the context of the applicant pool each year. Below is an overview of our first-year admitted student profile.


38,893

TOTAL NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS


27%

ADMISSION RATE


3.8

AVERAGE UNWEIGHTED GPA ON A 4.0 SCALE


1350 - 1480

SAT MID-RANGE


31 - 34

ACT MID-RANGE


55%

Fall 2019 first-year students speak two or more languages


Male 48% Female 52% Florida Residents 29% Non-Florida Residents 40% International 11% Ethnicity Asian/Pacific Islander 14% Black/African American 11% Hispanic/Latino 19% Not Specified 5% Two or More Races 4% White 47% Male 48% Female 52% Florida Residents 29% Non-Florida Residents 40% International 11% Ethnicity Asian/Pacific Islander 14% Black/African American 11% Hispanic/Latino 19% Not Specified 5% Two or More Races 4% White 47%

2019 Transfer Class Profile

The University of Miami is interested in those students we believe will contribute to, as well as benefit from, our community. It is important to note the evaluation of applications by the Admission Committee is a comprehensive and holistic process that requires the applicant's candidacy to be evaluated on the basis of all of the information provided in the application.

You can see our Transfer Class Profile below for an overview of the typical academic achievement of recently admitted students for a sense of our competitiveness.


2,526

TOTAL NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS


475

INCOMING TRANSFER STUDENTS


3.5

AVERAGE UNWEIGHTED GPA ON A 4.0 SCALE


60%

FLORIDA RESIDENTS


40%

NON-FLORIDA RESIDENTS


19%

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS


54% female, 46% male, Top 5 States of Residence (outside of Florida) 1. New York 2. New Jersey 3. California 4. Massachusetts 5. Illinois, Top 5 Countries of Residence - 1.United States 2. China 3. Ecuador 4. Brazil  5. Colombia 54% female, 46% male, Top 5 States of Residence (outside of Florida) 1. New York 2. New Jersey 3. California 4. Massachusetts 5. Illinois, Top 5 Countries of Residence - 1.United States 2. China 3. Ecuador 4. Brazil  5. Colombia