2023 Real Estate Students
There are about 24,269 students enrolled in Real Estate in the USA.
Compared to national avg.
Vs. National Avg.
College can be a very momentous investment in one's life; it is a time for personal progress and development. Undergrads attempt to discover their purpose and build many of the necessary skills to be a prosperous member of society. But learning also happens outside a classroom - the conversations which one has with their schoolmates, the funny story gained from an old instructor, the exposure to a different position. Therefore, finding a diverse college greatly enhances what one gains from the time at school.
Real Estate is a less racially diverse focus than average*. 68% of the US' Real Estate majors are white students, followed by students of other races**(13%), latino students (10%), and asian students (5%). The most racially diverse college* in the top 100 is University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA.
Additionally, Real Estate significatly skews male, with 73% of students majoring in Real Estate identifying as men. University of Nevada-Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV has the most gender balanced student body in the top 100.
Another significant type of diversity is class diversity. Real Estate ranks somewhere around the median for financial diversity (42nd percentile). 30% of its students come from families with $110,000 plus annual incomes, 16% are from homes taking in between $48,000 and $75,000 a year, and 23% grew up in homes with a sub $30,000 income. Clarion University of Pennsylvania has the most fiscally diverse student body in the top 100.
Considering each type of diversity, overall PA is the most diverse state for Real Estate. The Mid East is the most diverse region, and the Ivy League is the most diverse conference.
* diversity calculations and comparisons are based on Simpson's Diversity Index
** other races is used to refer to non asian, black, latino, or white
Socioeconomic Diversity (By Household Income)
Under 30k: 23%
30k - 48k: 15%
48k - 75k: 16%
75k - 110k: 16%
Over 110k: 30%
In State: 65%
Out of State: 30%