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Hope College Enrollment Surpasses 3,200 formFifth Straight Year
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HOLLAND – The Hope College campus continues to operate at capacity with enrollment above 3,200 for the fifth consecutive year.

Hope has enrolled 3,202 students this fall, the fifth time since the fall of 2006 that enrollment has topped 3,200.  Last year’s enrollment headcount was 3,230.
The student body consists of 1,267 men and 1,935 women from 44 states and territories and 29 foreign countries.  The total includes 766 first-time students.

The enrollment by class, with last year's class in parentheses, is: freshmen, 781 (812); sophomores, 742 (820); juniors, 739 (753); seniors, 877 (768); and special students, 63 (77).

The largest representation is from Michigan with 2,204 students.  Other states represented with 10 or more students include:  Illinois, 382; Indiana, 110; Ohio, 80; Minnesota, 47; Wisconsin, 45; California, 40; New York, 29; Colorado and New Jersey, 22 each; Pennsylvania, 20; Iowa, 19; Florida, 17; Texas, 12; and Maryland, 10.

Foreign countries represented in the student body include: Afghanistan, Armenia, Australia, Brazil, Burundi, Canada, China, Cuba, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Mexico, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Venezuela, Vietnam and the West Bank.


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