For the Fall 2019 semester, 335 undergraduate and 26 graduates’ students came to Pine Manor College from 19 states, the District of Columbia, and 7 countries outside of the United States. Approximately 41% of PMC undergraduate students are from out-of-state. International students account for 26% of the total undergraduate student population. 110 new undergraduate students enrolled in the fall, including 89 new degree-seeking students (62 first-year, first-time student) and 42 non-BA degree-seeking students through our pathway program with Kings Education. Approximately 20 new students typically enroll at PMC during the spring semester.
Our most recent First-Time Full time student retention rate is 63% and our most recent 6-year graduation rate is 38%.
For the Fall 2019 semester, PMC undergraduate students identified themselves according to the following racial/ethnic classifications:
- 1.6% American Indian/Native Alaskan
- 2.8% Asian American
- 32.3% Black/African American (non-hispanic)
- 2.4% Cape Verdean
- 5.2% Haitian
- 28.2% Hispanic/Latina/Chicana
- 0.8% International Students
- 4.4 % Other
- 11% Undisclosed
- 11.3% White/Caucasian
Throughout the past several years, PMC has ranked among the most diverse campuses among liberal arts colleges in the United States, frequently ranking number one, according to U.S. News World Report’s America’s Best Colleges.
Pine Manor College is a global community that promotes multiculturalism, social responsibility, and collaborative leadership in an inclusive learning environment both in and out of the classroom. Our diverse student body represents many countries; China, Colombia, Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Guatemala, India, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Malaysia, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, Venezuela and the United States.
For undergraduate admissions, Pine Manor College review applications for admission on a rolling basis. First-year students are considered for admission based on a complete review of a wide array of credentials; including an official secondary school transcript, school recommendations, a personal essay and an interview. Transfer applicants must submit the same credentials if they have completed less than 24 college credits, but otherwise are considered for admission based on a review of official college transcripts, college recommendations, a personal essay and an interview. International students are required to submit TOEFL scores.
Pine Manor College admits students without regard to their race, color, religion or creed, national or ethnic origin, age, handicap, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, or marital.