Welcome, Class of 2023!

Message From the Vice President

Thyra Briggs

Thyra Briggs

Congratulations on your admission to Harvey Mudd College’s Class of 2023! We are excited that you will be joining our community. We have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you through your applications and cannot wait to get the chance to know you better.

For now, celebrate your admission and enjoy your well-deserved break. Looking forward, we’d love for you to join our Admitted Student Program (ASP) on April 7th-8th. You’ll get a chance to meet your future classmates and current Mudders, as well as our impressive (and impressively friendly) faculty. In the meantime, introduce yourself to your fellow admitted students via our online chats or HMC Class of 2023 Facebook page. If you’d like to see us in person, but are unable to attend ASP, call us and we’ll arrange an alternate time for you to visit.

HMC is an extraordinary place where students and faculty live in an atmosphere of trust. We believe you will be a tremendous asset to this community and we invite you to join us. Again, congratulations on your admission!

Best wishes,

Thyra Briggs
Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid

Important Dates & Events

  • February 28: Early Decision Admitted Student Web Chat (recording)
  • March 25: Admitted Student Web Chat (click to join the web chat; check your email/hub for the password)
  • March 28: Charla virtual en español (Spanish Language Web Chat)
  • March 29: Admitted Student Program RSVP deadline
  • April 2: “Understanding Your Financial Aid Letter” Webinar
  • April 7–8: Admitted Student Program
  • April 17: Admitted Parents & Families Web Chat
  • April 29: “Down to The Wire” Office Hours
  • May 1: Regular Decision Commitment deposit due
  • July 1: Final high school grades due

Admitted Students Profile

*Data as of March 18, 2019

General

  • Number of applications: 4,045
  • Number admitted: 544 (13.4%)

Schooling

  • Public school: 64 percent
  • Private school: 35 percent
  • Home School: 1 percent

SAT Scores – Middle 50 Percent

  • SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing: 720–770
  • SAT Math: 780–800
  • SAT Subject Test Math II: 760–800

ACT Composite – Middle 50 Percent

  • 34–35

Geographic Distribution

  • 27 foreign countries
  • 43 states
  • California: 34 percent
  • West (excluding California): 4 percent
  • Northwest: 7 percent
  • Southwest: 8 percent
  • Midwest: 8 percent
  • Northeast: 18 percent
  • South: 10 percent
  • Outside of United States: 11 percent

Racial/Ethnic Distribution (IPEDS Methodology)

  • Asian or Asian American: 23 percent
  • Black or African American: 6 percent
  • Hispanic or Latino: 20 percent
  • Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander: <1 percent
  • White: 25 percent
  • Two or More Races: 9 percent
  • No Response: 7 percent
  • International: 7 percent