Class of 2023 Facts and Figures

The information on this page highlights the diversity and key data points of the college's graduating class of 2023.

Data updated May 5, 2023

Graduate Data

Graduate Data
Category Number of Graduates
Eligible to graduate 1,489
Eligible to graduate with academic honors 422
Members of Phi Theta Kappa 143

International Graduates

The Class of 2023 includes students from 39 different foreign countries (Afghanistan, Albania, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Congo, Cote D'Ivoire, Dominican Republic, France, Ghana, Guinea, Guyana, Haiti, India, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, South Korea, Sudan, Suriname, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Vietnam).

Military/Veterans of the Armed Forces

There are 60 graduates who either self-identified as being a member of the military on the admissions application or are veterans using education benefits. There are 15 students (25% of the veterans graduating this year) who are identified as graduating with honors.


There are 1,221 (85% of total) graduates from the Capital Region.

Number of graduates by Capital Region County
County Number of Graduates
(percentage of total)
Albany 453 (32%)
Rensselaer 363 (25%)
Saratoga 233 (16%)
Schenectady 172 (11%)

Oldest and Youngest Graduates

  • Oldest: 84
  • Youngest: 17