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List of U.S. Colleges & Universities with SignificantAsian American & Pacific Islander Student Populations (5-50%)*Compiled by the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Initiativefrom the US News & World Reports annual survey and ranking of colleges and universities 2001(Used for recruitment outreach purposes only)For more information, visit www.epa.gov/aapi or contact Marla Hendriksson at 202-564-1897 or hendriksson.marla@epa.govColleges and universities with 5-10% AAPI student populations:ALASKAUniversity of Alaska--Anchorage (5%)ARIZONAArizona State University (5%)University of Arizona (5%)CALIFORNIAAzusa Pacific University (6%)Biola University (10%)California Institute of the Arts (9%)Cal State Univ--Dominguez Hills (10%)California State University--Stanislaus (8%)Chapman University (9%)Concordia University (5%)Holy Names College (9%)Mills College (8%)National University (9%)Pepperdine University (6%)San Francisco Art Institute (6%)Sonoma State University (5%)St. Mary's College of California (8%)United States International University (7%)University of La Verne (7%)University of Redlands (6%)University of San Diego (7%)Whittier College (8%)COLORADOColorado School of Mines (5%)Univ of Colorado--Boulder (6%)Univ of Colorado--Colorado Springs (6%)Univ of Colorado--Denver (10%)University of Denver (5%)University of Northern Colorado (5%)CONNECTICUTTrinity College (5%)United States Coast Guard Academy (5%)University of Bridgeport (5%)University of Connecticut (6%)Wesleyan University (7%)DISTRICT OF COLUMBIACatholic University of America (5%)Corcoran College of Art and Design (8%)George Washington University (10%)Georgetown University (9%)FLORIDAUniversity of Central Florida (5%)University of Florida (6%)University of Miami (5%)University of North Florida (5%)University of South Florida (5%)University of West Florida (5%)GEORGIAAgnes Scott College (5%)Georgia State University (8%)Southern Polytechnic State Univ (6%)IOWAGrinnell College (5%)Upper Iowa University (6%)* According to the 2000 Census, Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders comprise approximately 5% of the total USpopulation; colleges and universities are designated as “significant” if they have a 5% AAPI student population.Page 1

ILLINOISDePaul University (9%)Knox College (5%)Lake Forest College (5%)North Park University (6%)Northern Illinois University (6%)School of the Art Institute of Chicago (9%)MINNESOTACarleton College (9%)Concordia University--St. Paul (6%)Macalester College (5%)Metropolitan State University (5%)Minneapolis College of Art and Design (6%)University of Minnesota--Twin Cities (8%)KANSASWichita State University (7%)MISSOURISt. Louis University (5%)University of Missouri--Kansas City (7%)LOUISIANATulane University (7%)University of New Orleans (5%)MASSACHUSETTSBabson College (7%)Bentley College (7%)Boston Architectural Center (5%)Boston College (8%)Lesley College (5%)Mount Holyoke College (9%)New England Conservatory of Music (8%)Northeastern University (7%)Simmons College (6%)Smith College (9%)Suffolk University (6%)University of Massachusetts--Amherst (6%)University of Massachusetts--Lowell (7%)Wentworth Institute of Technology (6%)Williams College (9%)Worcester Polytechnic Institute (7%)MARYLANDCapitol College (5%)Columbia Union College (7%)Maryland Institute College of Art (6%)NORTH CAROLINANorth Carolina State University--Raleigh (5%)University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill (5%)University of North Carolina--Charlotte (5%)NEBRASKADana College (5%)NEW HAMPSHIREDartmouth College (10%)NEW JERSEYCollege of New Jersey (5%)Drew University (6%)Fairleigh Dickinson University (5%)Kean University (7%)Montclair State University (5%)New Jersey City University (10%)Rutgers--Camden (8%)Seton Hall University (6%)St. Peter's College (8%)NEVADAUniversity of Nevada--Reno (6%)MAINEBowdoin College (7%)Colby College (5%)MICHIGANAndrews University (8%)Center for Creative Studies (5%)Lawrence Technological University (5%)University of Michigan--Dearborn (6%)Wayne State University (5%)* According to the 2000 Census, Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders comprise approximately 5% of the total USpopulation; colleges and universities are designated as “significant” if they have a 5% AAPI student population.Page 2

NEW YORKColgate University (5%)College of Insurance (10%)College of Mount St. Vincent (9%)CUNY--Brooklyn College (8%)CUNY--College of Staten Island (9%)CUNY--York College (7%)Dominican College of Blauvelt (5%)Hofstra University (5%)Manhattan College (6%)Marymount College--Tarrytown (6%)Nyack College (7%)Pratt Institute (10%)Regents College (5%)Rochester Institute of Technology (5%)Sarah Lawrence College (5%)SUNY College--Old Westbury (8%)SUNY--Albany (8%)Union College (5%)United States Merchant Marine Academy (6%)United States Military Academy (5%)Vassar College (9%)Wells College (6%)OHIOOberlin College (7%)Ohio State University--Columbus (5%)Tiffin University (6%)OKLAHOMAUniversity of Oklahoma (6%)TENNESSEEVanderbilt University (6%)TEXASAustin College (8%)Baylor University (5%)Southern Methodist University (6%)Texas Woman's University (6%)Trinity University (8%)University of Dallas (6%)VIRGINIACollege of William and Mary (7%)Marymount University (7%)Old Dominion University (6%)University of Virginia (10%)Virginia Commonwealth University (8%)Virginia Military Institute (5%)Virginia Tech (7%)WASHINGTONEvergreen State College (5%)Gonzaga University (5%)Northwest College (6%)Pacific Lutheran University (5%)Seattle Pacific University (5%)St. Martin's College (6%)Walla Walla College (5%)Washington State University (5%)Western Washington University (7%)Whitman College (7%)Whitworth College (6%)OREGONLewis and Clark College (7%)Linfield College (6%)Oregon Institute of Technology (6%)Oregon State University (8%)Portland State University (10%)University of Oregon (6%)University of Portland (8%)Willamette University (6%)PENNSYLVANIAHaverford College (9%)Lehigh University (5%)MCP Hahnemann University (9%)Moore College of Art and Design (5%)Pennsylvania State Univ--Univ Park (5%)Rosemont College (5%)Temple University (10%)* According to the 2000 Census, Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders comprise approximately 5% of the total USpopulation; colleges and universities are designated as “significant” if they have a 5% AAPI student population.Page 3

US Colleges & Universities with Significant Asian Pacific Student Populations (11-20%)Seattle Univ, WA (20%)Univ of Puget Sound, WA (11%)Benedictine University, IL (14%)Illinois Institute of Technology, IL (14%)Loyola University Chicago, IL (13%)Northeastern Illinois Uniivy, IL (14%)Northwestern Univ, IL (17%)Univ of Chicago, IL (20%)Univ of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign, IL (13%)Amherst College, MA (12%)Boston Univ, MA (12%)Brandeis Univ, MA (10%)Harvard, MA (17%)Tufts, MA (13%)U- Mass--Boston, MA (11%)Dartmouth College, NH (10%)Pacific Univ, OR (18%)Creighton Univ, NE (12%)Univ of Michigan--Ann Arbor, MI (12%)Case Western, OH (13%)Brown, RI (15%)RI School of Design, RI (11%)Yale, CT (15%)Bryn Mawr College, PA (17%)Carnegie Mellon, PA (20%)Drexel, PA (12%)Swarthmore College, PA (13%)U-Penn, PA (19%)Johns Hopkins Univ, MD (19%)U-Maryland--Balt County, MD (17%)U-Maryland--College Park, MD (14%)Brigham Young Univ--Hawaii, HI (18%)Cal Poly--San Luis Obispo, CA (11%)CA College of Arts and Crafts, CA (13%)%)California State Univ--Fresno, CA (12%)California State Univ--Northridge, CA (14%)Claremont McKenna College, CA (17%)College of Notre Dame, CA (12%)Dominican Univ of California, CA (11%)La Sierra Univ, CA (20%)Occidental College, CA (20%)Pacific Union College, CA (15%)Pitzer College, CA (11%)Pomona College, CA,18%)San Diego State Univ (CA (15%)Santa Clara Univ,CA (19%)Scripps College,CA (15%)Univ of CA--Santa Barbara,CA (15%)Univ of CA--Santa Cruz,CA (14%)Univ of Nevada—Las Vegas, NV (12%)Washington Univ,St. Louis, MO (12%)George Mason, VA (16%)New Jersey City Univ, NJ (10%)Princeton, NJ (12%)Rutgers--New Brunswick, NJ (18%)Rutgers--Newark, NJ (17%)College of Aeronautics, NY (14%)Columbia Univ, NY (12%)Cornell Univ, NY (16%)CUNY--City College, NY (11%)CUNY--Hunter College, NY (14%)CUNY--Queens College, NY (16%)Fashion Institute of Tech, NY (12%)Juilliard School, NY (12%)Manhattan School of Music, NY (11%)New School University, NY (12%)New York Institute of Tech, NY (11%)New York University, NY (16%)Pace University, NY (11%)Rensselaer Polytechnic, NY (11%)St. John's University, NY (13%)SUNY--Binghamton, NY (17%)SUNY--Buffalo, NY (11%)University of Rochester, NY (12%)Duke, NC (13%)Houston Baptist Univ, TX (16%)Rice University, TX (15%)Univ of Houston, TX (20%)Univ of Houston--Downtown, TX (12%)Univ of St. Thomas, TX (12%)Univ of Texas--Arlington, TX (12%)Univ of Texas--Austin, TX (15%)Univ of Texas--Dallas, TX (20%)Emory Univ, GA (15%)Georgia Tech, GA (13%)Compiled by the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Initiative from the USNews & World Reports annual survey and ranking of colleges and universities 2001. For more information,visit www.epa.gov/aapi or contact Marla Hendriksson at 202-564-1897 or hendriksson.marla@epa.gov.

US Colleges & Universities with Significant Asian Pacific Student Populations (21-30%)Mass Institute of Technology, MA (28%)Wellesley College, MA (23%)University of Washington, WA (22%)University of Illinois--Chicago, IL (23%)Hawaii Pacific University, HI (26%)Art Center College of Design, CA (28%)California Institute of Technology, CA (24%)California State University--Fullerton, CA (25%)California State University--Long Beach, CA (23%)California State University--Los Angeles, CA (21%)Harvey Mudd College, CA (23%)La Sierra University, CA (20%)Occidental College, CA (20%)Otis College of Art and Design, CA (26%)Stanford University, CA (24%)University of San Francisco, CA (22%)University of Southern California, CA (23%)University of the Pacific, CA (25%)New Jersey Institute of Technology, NJ (23%)Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ (22%)Barnard College, NY (23%)Cooper Union, NY (25%)CUNY--Baruch College, NY (23%)SUNY--Stony Brook, NY (22%)Compiled by the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Initiative from the USNews & World Reports annual survey and ranking of colleges and universities 2001. For more information,visit www.epa.gov/aapi or contact Marla Hendriksson at 202-564-1897 or hendriksson.marla@epa.gov.

US Colleges & Universities with Significant Asian Pacific Student Populations (31-40%)Chaminade University of Honolulu, HI (31%)California State Polytechnic University--Pomona, CA (35%)San Francisco State University, CA (33%)San Jose State University, CA (39%)University of California--Berkeley, CA (39%)University of California--Davis, CA (35%)University of California--Los Angeles, CA (37%)University of California--San Diego, CA (34%)Polytechnic University, NY (37%)Compiled by the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Initiative from the USNews & World Reports annual survey and ranking of colleges and universities 2001. For more information,visit www.epa.gov/aapi or contact Marla Hendriksson at 202-564-1897 or hendriksson.marla@epa.gov.

US Colleges & Universities with Significant Asian Pacific Student Populations (41-50%)University of California--Irvine, CA (56%)University of California--Riverside, CA (41%)University of Hawaii--Hilo, HI (53%)University of Hawaii--Manoa, HI (76%)Compiled by the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Initiative from the USNews & World Reports annual survey and ranking of colleges and universities 2001. For more information,visit www.epa.gov/aapi or contact Marla Hendriksson at 202-564-1897 or hendriksson.marla@epa.gov.

population; colleges and universities are designated as "significant" if they have a 5% AAPI student population. Page 1 List of U.S. Colleges & Universities with Significant Asian American & Pacific Islander Student Populations (5-50%)* Compiled by the US Environmental Protection Agency's Asian American & Pacific Islander Initiative

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