MANNRS event

URM Statistics

More students with diverse backgrounds are finding an academic home at Purdue.

10 Emerging Leader Scholars in 2018–19
A freshman merit scholarship for underrepresented minority undergrads in-state ($10,000 / year) and out of-state ($15,000 / year)—based on a holistic review of admission application information.

MANRRS: A SPRINGBOARD TO SUCCESS

MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences) is changing the face of agriculture, natural resources and related sciences. We supply industries with a diverse pool of talented leaders, whose new ideas and perspectives can enhance the world around us.

A national society with a Purdue chapter, MANRRS welcomes all racial and ethnic groups to participate and promotes academic and professional advancement through empowerment.



32% INCREASE IN UNDERGRAD URM ENROLLMENT SINCE 2012
59% OF PURDUE AGRICULTURE UNDERGRADS ARE WOMEN
7.5% OF UNDERGRADS ARE UNDERREPRESENTED MINORITIES (URM)


Undergraduate Student Enrollment — Ethnic Demographics

 20142015201620172018
International
208
195
220
211
199
Hispanic/Latino
88
83
92
112
108
American Indian or Alaska Native3
2
4
2
2
Asian
63
56
74
81
90
Black or African American
52
63
64
51
40
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander1
1
2
0
1
White
2,214
2,194
2,197
2,225
2,235
2 or more races
48
52
44
65
84
Unknown
34
25
39
35
40
Total
2,711
2,671
2,736
2,782
2,803

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