CLASSES OF 2021 PROFILE

graph of geographic distribution

What They're Saying

“When I took a tour of the school everyone I met was so nice and excited about their classes and experiences, and it was that sense of community that helped me choose HWS.” – Lucy Denton ’21, an Arts Scholar from Portland, Maine

“When I first stepped on campus, I just fell in love with it. I loved the small campus, which is so beautiful, and the strong sense of community. I’m interested in branching out and exploring every avenue.” – Dan Masino ’21 a legacy student from Fairport, N.Y., who plays for Hobart basketball

“I can’t wait to meet professors who care about my academic and personal success. I am also excited to be with students who have a genuine passion for helping the community and to travel abroad.” – Kevin Cervantes ’21, a Posse scholar and graduate of Libra Academy at Linda Marquez High School in Los Angeles

“I’m most looking forward to being able to step outside my comfort zone and try new things at HWS. I chose HWS because it had a very friendly atmosphere when I came to visit, and everyone who knew about HWS spoke fondly of it and the people there.” – Hannah Sailer ’21, of Hockessin, Del.

STATISTICS

The Hobart and William Smith Classes of 2021 bring to campus an outstanding array of academic and personal accomplishments. Here’s a look at this talented cohort by the numbers.

Admissions Data


Total

Applications

4,409

Admitted

2,696

Enrolled

634

Early Decision

45%


Academic Data


High-School Rank

High School GPA

3.37

SAT Critical Reading

610-680

SAT Math

600-680

ACT Composite

28


Demographic Data


Public High School

61%

Private High School

39%



Multicultural Population

20%

Percent from Out of State

60%

Hobart population

49%

William Smith population

51%


Financial Data


Receiving financial aid

96%

Average aid package

$39,458

Total institutional grants/scholarships

$18.5 million

Percentage receiving Pell Grant

19%



 

 

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