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Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership

Online Media Kit

Colin Powell School Basics

 About the Colin Powell School, (overview of departments, programs, location, and students)

Colin Powell School Mission Statement

Bio of General Colin L. Powell (USA, ret.),Chair of the Colin Powell School Board of Visitors

Bio of Dean Vince Boudreau

Annual Report 2012–2013

Downloads 

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Image of campus and arch (650 KB)

Image of General Powell with students (520 KB) (Courtesy Joshua Krystal)

Image of General Powell (98 KB)

Image of Dean Vince Boudreau (250 KB) (Courtesy Joshua Krystal)

Colin Powell School at a Glance (current as of Fall 2013)

  • Total enrollment: 2,352 
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 2,063

1,303 Women, 760 Men

  • Graduate enrollment: 289

177 Women, 112 Men

  • Total enrollment by race / ethnicity

Asian or Pacific Islander: 18%

Black, non-Hispanic: 19%

Hispanic: 19%

White, non-Hispanic: 31%

(remaining students are non-resident aliens, two or more races, or race/ethnicity unknown)

  • Undergraduate Academic Departments and Programs (current as of Spring 2014):

Anthropology: (43 students)

Economics: (508 students)

International Studies: (130 students)

Political Science: (191 students)

Pre-Law: (60 students)

Sociology: (155 students)

Psychology: (1,021 students)

  • The top five languages spoken besides English:

Spanish

Chinese

Bengali

Urdu

Russian

  • The top ten countries of origin besides the USA:

China

Dominican Republic

Bangladesh

India

South Korea

Ecuador

Jamaica

Pakistan

Columbia

Mexico

City College of New York at a Glance (current as of FALL 2012):

  • Total enrollment: 16,023
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 12,983

6,196 Women, 6,788 Men

  • Graduate enrollment: 3,040

1,751 Women, 1,289 Men

  • Total enrollment by race / ethnicity

Asian or Pacific Islander: 19%

Black, non-Hispanic: 19%

Hispanic: 30%

White, non-Hispanic: 20%

(remaining students are non-resident aliens, two or more races, or race/ethnicity unknown)

  • Number of countries of origin besides USA: 160
  • Number of languages spoken other than English: 107