In fall 2015, there were 11,331 students enrolled at MIT: 4,527 undergraduates (40 percent) and 6,804 graduate students (60 percent).
Women have attended MIT since 1871. In fall 2015, 2,082 women were enrolled as undergraduates (46 percent) and 2,265 as graduate students (33 percent).
US minority groups were represented by 2,327 undergraduates (51 percent) and 1,381 graduate students (20 percent).
In 2015–2016, MIT students come from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, three territories, and 120 foreign countries.
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|Special undergraduate students||53|
|* MIT students do not enroll in an academic department until the start of their sophomore year, and may defer decision on a course of study until the end of that year.|
|Architecture and Planning||37||4|
|Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences||81||33|
|* This number includes 177 students working on Harvard degrees only through the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program.|
|Architecture and Planning||413||181||0|
|Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences||25||312||0|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||79||57|
|Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander||12||9|