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Students from forty-nine foreign countries and United States territories and possessions and from every state in the Union are among the 8,148 enrolled at the University this year, according to a geographical listing made public today. The enrollment last year was 8,382.
The representation from outside the continental United States is 259 this year, as compared to 272 last year, and 258 the year before.
Every state is represented among the 7,889 students from the United States. Massachusetts, with 2,674 students, has the largest representation, followed by New York, 1,292; Pennsylvania, 393; Ohio, 314; New Jersey, 294; California, 289; Illinois, 288; and Connecticut, 248.
Outside the continental United States Canada leads with 57 students, followed by China, 34; Hawaii, 24; England 12; Puerto Rico, 11; the Philippines 8; Argentina 7; Switzerland, 6; and Cuba, 6.
College Total 3,561
The total enrollment in Harvard College is 3,561. In the eleven graduate schools there are 4,515 students; this is apart from 24 Junior Fellows, 14 Nieman Fellows, and 34 Special Students. The Law School leads the graduate schools with 1,248, followed by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1,033; Business School, 865; and Medical School, 527.
Hawaii leads among foreign students in the college with a total of nine, while England has seven. There are three each from Germany and France and one from Palestine. In the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences China is second to Canada with sixteen as opposed to twenty-six.
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