# Class Profiles

## Profile of Entering Class of 2015

- A total of 2,130 applications were received.
- 318 applicants were interviewed.
- There are 64 places in the class.
- The average GPA of the members of the class was 3.83 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 25 years.
- There are 36 females (56%) and 28 males (44%) in the class.
- There are 5 self-identified Aboriginal students (8%) in the class.
- There are 13 self-identified Francophone students (20%) in the class.
- 57 students in the class (89%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 7 students of the class (11%) are from rural and remote areas in Canada and rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 9 students who have a Master’s degree.
- In the class there is 1 student
who have a PhD degree.

## Profile of Entering Class of 2014

- A total of 2,115 applications were received.
- 317 applicants were interviewed.
- There are 64 places in the class.
- The average GPA of the members of the class was 3.83 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 25 years.
- There are 38 females (59%) and 26 males (41%) in the class.
- There are 3 self-identified Aboriginal students (5%) in the class.
- There are 12 self-identified Francophone students (19%) in the class.
- 59 students in the class (92%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 5 members of the class (8%) are from rural and remote areas in the rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 11
students who have a Master’s degree.

## Profile of Entering Class of 2013

- A total of 1,974 applications were received.
- 313 applicants were interviewed.
- There are 64 places in the class.
- The average GPA of the members of the class was 3.83 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 25 years.
- There are 45 females (70%) and 19 males (30%) in the class.
- There are 6 self-identified Aboriginal students (9%) in the class.
- There are 13 self-identified Francophone students (20%) in the class.
- 61 students in the class (95%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 3 members of the class (5%) are from rural and remote areas in the rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 7 students who have a Master’s degree.

## Profile of Entering Class of 2012

- A total of 1,932 applications were received.
- 390 applicant were interviewed.
- There are 64 places in the class.
- The average GPA of the members of the class was 3.67 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 26 years.
- There are 43 females (67%) and 21 males (33%) in the class.
- There are 3 self-identified Aboriginal students (5%) in the class.
- There are 15 self-identified Francophone students (23%) in the class.
- 60 students in the class (94%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 4 members of the class (6%) are from rural and remote areas in the rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 13 students who have a a Masters degree and one PhD degree.

## Profile of Entering Class of 2011

## Profile of Entering Class of 2010

- A total of 1,748 applications were received.
- 393 applicant were interviewed.
- There are 64 places in the class.
- The average GPA of the members of the class was 3.66 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 26 years.
- There are 42 females (66%) and 22 males (34%) in the class.
- There are 5 self-identified Aboriginal students (8%) in the class.
- There are 13 self-identified Francophone students (20%) in the class.
- 58 students in the class (91%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 6 members of the class (9%) are from rural and remote areas in the rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 14 students who have a a Masters degree and one PhD degree.

## Profile of the Entering Class of 2009

- A total of 1,845 applications were received.
- 391 applicants were interviewed.
- There are 56 places in the class.
- The average GPA of the members of the class was 3.66 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 26 years.
- There are 39 females (70%) and 17 males (30%) in the class.
- There are 3 self-identified Aboriginal students (5%) in the class.
- There are 11 self-identified Francophone students (20%) in the class.
- 52 students in the class (93%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 4 members of the class (7%) are from rural and remote areas in the rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 10 students who have masters degrees.

## Profile of the Entering Class of 2008

- A total of 1,892 applications were received.
- 395 applicants were interviewed.
- There are 58 places in the class.
- The average GPA of the members of the class was 3.67 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 26.1 years.
- There are 43 females (74%) and 15 males (26%) in the class.
- There are 3 self-identified Aboriginal students (5%) in the class.
- There are 15 self-identified Francophone students (26%) in the class.
- 53 students in the class (91%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 4 members of the class (7%) are from rural and remote areas in the rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 14 students who have masters degrees, and 1 with a PhD.

## Profile of the Entering Class of 2007

- A total of 2,274 applications were received.
- 408 applicants were interviewed.
- There are 56 places in the class.
- The average weighted GPA of the members of the class was 3.69 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 25.8 years.
- There are 40 females (71%) and 16 males (29%) in the class.
- There are 5 self-identified Aboriginal students (9%) in the class.
- There are 15 self-identified Francophone students (27%) in the class.
- 51 students in the class (91%) are from Northern Ontario.
- 5 members of the class (9%) are from rural and remote areas in the rest of Canada.
- In the class there are 13 students who have masters degrees, and 1 with a PhD.

## Profile of the Entering Class of 2006

- A total of 2,050 applications were received.
- 391 applicants were interviewed.
- There are 56 places in the class.
- The average weighted GPA of the members of the class was 3.72 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 26.3 years.
- There are 32 females (57%) and 24 males (43%) in the class.
- There are 3 self-identified Aboriginal students (5%) in the class.
- There are 12 self-identified Francophone students (21%) in the class.
- 28 members of the class (50%) are from rural and remote areas of Northern Ontario or rural and remote areas of the rest of Canada.
- 50 students in the class (89%) are from Northern Ontario.
- In the class there are 15 students (27%) who have graduate degrees, 2 of which have PhD’s.

## Profile of the Entering Class of 2005

- A total of 2,098 applications were received.
- 395 applicants were interviewed.
- There were 56 places in the class.
- The average weighted GPA of the members of the class was 3.68 (on a 4.0 scale).
- The average age of the members of the class is 28.7 years.
- There are 38 females (67%) and 18 males (33%) in the class.
- There are 6 self-identified Aboriginal students (11%) in the class.
- There are 10 self-identified Francophone students (17%) in the class.