There are 34 students in the Class of 2013-2014, represented by 20 different undergraduate majors, with the most popular being psychology, followed by English, anthropology and political science.  Other majors include classics, geology, philosophy, environmental studies, economics, and women's studies, among others. The average age is 25, as is the median, and students have degrees from 26 different colleges.  Nine post-bacs have graduate degrees, in fields ranging from global media and communications to healthcare administration to poetry.  

As in previous years, many of our students have worked in public service, both in the U.S. and abroad, with several AmeriCorps volunteers, a coordinator for Operation Smile, and five coming to us from global health NGOs.  Closer to home, we have two nationally-ranked figure skaters, an officer in the U.S. Army's Special Forces, an analyst at the National Human Genome Research Institute, and seven people who worked in healthcare consulting.  A number of post-bacs are certified EMTs; a good segment of the class has been actively involved in the arts, including musical theater, improv, poetry, and composing music.

The following undergraduate institutions are represented:

  • Dartmouth (4)
  • Yale (2)
  • Columbia (2)
  • Stanford (2)
  • University of Pennsylvania (2)
  • University of Michigan (2)
  • Amherst Bowdoin
  • Berklee School of Music
  • Connecticut College
  • Duke
  • George Washington
  • Georgetown
  • Middlebury
  • Northwestern
  • Notre Dame
  • NYU
  • Pomona
  • Princeton
  • Tufts
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Virginia
  • University of Wisconsin
  • Wake Forest
  • West Point


9 graduate degrees were earned at the following institutions:

  • London School of Economics (2)
  • University of Oxford (2)
  • Harvard
  • University of Virginia
  • USC
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Texas at Austin
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