Kellogg Student Class of 2023 Profile

The Class of 2023 is setting a new bar for academic excellence & representation at Kellogg.

We are excited to welcome this class that exemplifies our commitment to excellence both in academics and representation, but also what it means to be a Kellogg leader — a leader who energizes and inspires those around them with their special combination of analytical, creative and social intelligence.
Class Size: 508, 49% Female, 36% International, 23% U.S. Underrepresented Minorities

Multi-Dimensional Reporting

Moving forward, Kellogg will report U.S. race and ethnicity data under Federal Reporting Guidelines as advised by GMAC. We will also include Multi-Dimensional Reporting, which allows students to select multiple categories of race and ethnicity if they identify with those categories. (For instance, if a student identifies as both Black and Asian, he or she is counted in both the “Black” and “Asian” categories under Multi-Dimensional Reporting, as opposed to being classified as “multi-racial” under Federal Guidelines Reporting.) We believe the Multi-Dimensional Reporting method more fully captures the breadth and depth of our diverse community.
Donut chart categorizing different races and ethnicities. Percentages explained in the table below.
Overlapping sections represent students that identify with multiple race or ethnicity categories (e.g., both American Indian and White).
U.S. RACE / ETHNICITY
RACE/ETHNICITY FEDERAL GUIDELINES REPORTING* MULTI- DIMENSIONAL REPORTING**
American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Other Pacific Islander
6 (2%)
Asian American
54 (17%)
69 (21%)
Black / African American
23 (7%)
29 (9%)
Hispanic / Latinx
45 (14%)
45 (14%)
White
186 (57%)
236 (73%)
Multi-Race
16 (5%)
Did Not Report

*Federal Reporting Guidelines
Students who identify as Hispanic / Latinx and any other race are represented as Hispanic / Latinx only. Students who identify with more than one race are represented as Multi-Race only.

**Multi-Dimensional Reporting Guidelines
Students with multi-racial or multi-ethnic identities are represented across the multiple categories with which they identify. As a result, the total may add to more than 100%.


Join Kellogg's Creative, Collaborative Community and Achieve Your Full Leadership Potential

A talented class from a wide range of industries & perspectives

Kellogg's community comprises top students from all over the world. The class represents a wide range of industries and is grounded in a mix of academic backgrounds including STEM, humanities and economics. Just as importantly, these students have made a tremendous impact in their careers and their communities – and their perspectives enhance the collaborative, creative environment that Kellogg is known for.
Average GPA: 3.7, Mean GMAT: 727, Median GRE (Verbal): 162, Median GRE (Quant): 165
5 years average work experience. Undergraduate majors: 35% science, technology, engineering, mathematics. 49% economics/business. 2% humanities. Diverse industry background: 29% financial services. 28% consulting.

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