In fall 2016, there were 11,376 students enrolled at MIT: 4,524 undergraduates (40%) and 6,852 graduate students (60%).
In fall 2016, 2,086 women were enrolled as undergraduates (46%) and 2,326 as graduate students (34%).
US minority groups were represented by 2,108 undergraduates (47%) and 1,221 graduate students (18%).
In 2016–2017, MIT students come from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, four territories, and 128 foreign countries.
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|Special undergraduate students||35|
|* 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||3|
|Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences||77||45|
|* This number includes 172 students working on Harvard degrees only through the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program.|
|Architecture and Planning||446||195||0|
|Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences||28||302||0|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||5||8|
|Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander||1||0|
There are 3,003 international students enrolled in degree programs at MIT—430 undergraduates (10%) and 2,876 graduate students (43%)—for the current academic year. Additionally, there are 515 exchange, visiting, and special students on campus.
|* Percentages are rounded.|
|Latin America and the Caribbean||8%|