Student Population by Gender

The University of the South has a total of 1,785 enrolled students. By gender, 872 male and 913 female students (the male-female ratio is 49:51) are attending the school.
1,698 students have enrolled in undergraduate programs and 87 students joined graduate programs.
Total Student Enrolled By Gender
TotalUndergraduateGraduate
Total1,7851,69887
Men87282547
Women91387340

Student Distribution by Race/Ethnicity

By race/ethnicity, 1,450 White, 82 Black, and 29 Asian students out of a total of 1,785 are attending at The University of the South. Comprehensive enrollment statistic data by race/ethnicity is shown in the next chart.
All Students Undergraduate Graduate
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (all students)
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (Undergraduate)
Student Race/Ethnicity Distribution (Graduate)

Transfer-in Students (Undergraduate)

Among 1,698 enrolled in undergraduate programs, 19 students have transferred-in from other institutions. The percentage of transfer-in students is 1.12%.
Transfer-in Students Population by Attendance Status

Student Age Distribution

All Students Undergraduate Graduate
By age category, 11 students are younger than 18 and 1 students are older than 65 at The University of the South. It has 1,699 students aged under 25 and 86 students aged 25 and over out of 1,785 total students.
Students Age Distribution by Gender
Students Age Distribution by Attendance Status
In undergraduate programs, 11 students are younger than 18 and 1 students are older than 65. Sewanee has 1,692 undergraduate students aged under 25 and 6 students aged 25 and over.
Undergraduate Students Age Distribution by Gender
Undergraduate Students Age Distribution by Attendance Status
It has 7 graduate students aged under 25 and 80 students aged 25 and over.
Graduate Students Age Distribution by Gender
Graduate Students Age Distribution by Attendance Status

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