On Monday, May 13, Emory University graduated approximately 3,323
students from the academic year 200102. Of those students,
26 received double degrees. Forty-four percent of the graduates
were male and 56 percent were female.
Approximately 3,349 degrees were awarded:
1,801 undergraduate degrees.
1,131 graduate degrees and 416 professional degrees.
Sixty-eight percent of the graduates are white; 10 percent
are black; and 18 percent represent other minorities from the United
There were 318 students from 77 additional countries. Forty-seven
states are represented.
There were 38 degree recipients over the age of 50. The
oldest was 60 and earned a masters in divinity. The oldest
bachelors degree recipient was a 52-year-old who earned a
degree in biomedical sciences, and the youngest was an 18-year-old
who earned a bachelors degree in chemistry.
There were 12 military service veterans graduating.
Thirty-six percent of Emory College (the undergraduate arts
and sciences college) graduates finished with a cumulative grade
point average (GPA) of 3.5 or more.
The average GPA of Emory College graduates is 3.26.