2013 Freshman Survey
Scroll through graphs and charts for a visual representation of the Class of 2017. The data was collected in an email survey conducted by The Crimson during the month of August.
One year after the announcement of the Gov 1310 scandal, 17 percent of freshmen surveyed by The Crimson admitted to having cheated on a paper or a take-home assignment before to coming to Harvard.
In Harvard Yard, 14 percent are the 1 percent. In a Crimson survey of the Class of 2017, about 14 percent of incoming freshmen said they come from families with reported incomes above $500,000 a year, putting them among the top roughly 1 percent of earners in the United States.
Men in Harvard’s incoming Class of 2017 expect to earn far more money after graduation than their female classmates expect to earn, according to a Crimson survey of the freshman class that arrived on campus last week.