|New Degree-Seeking Students||2,887||2,875||2,939||2,975||2,955||3,230|
|New Graduate Students||390||382||403||406||405||383|
|Community Service Hours||3,310||2,987||2,251||1,548||788||3,310|
|SERV Program Participant Hours of Service||562||833||826||650||583|
|Degrees and Certificates Awarded||2,270||2,474||2,557||2,430||2,542||2,500|
|Special Admit Students||4.1%||6.0%||7.8%||6.7%||7.4%||6.0%|
2016 Percent of Special Admit Students
BSU has experienced a 14% drop in the number
Special admit students are incoming students who do not meet the minimum admission requirements for Massachusetts State Universities set forth by the Department of Higher Education. Common reasons that students are considered special admits include having a high school GPA below 3.0, having less than two years of foreign language, or less than four years of high school math. The Massachusetts Department of Higher Education allows a maximum of 10% of the incoming class to be classified as special admit students.
|High School GPA 1st Yr Entering||3.15||3.13||3.11||3.14||3.13||3.13|
2016 High School GPA First-Year Entering
GPA is rated 3.13 out of a 4.0 scale.
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