The Class of 2011
With commencement just days away, we take a look at the graduating class. Boasting more dual majors than ever before, a larger age range, and more students from the Houston area, it's distinctly its own.
Read on for some facts about the class, and click on the photo to the left to see what some seniors remember most about their time at Berklee.
Class of 2011 Stats
How many graduates? 908
How many female graduates? 286 (31%)
How many male graduates? 612 (69%)
What's the percentage of graduates from outside of the United States? 34%
How many countries are represented? 58 (including Taiwan and Scotland)
Which countries beyond the U.S. have the most graduates?
- South Korea (56)
- Japan (33)
How many U.S. states are represented? 43 (including the District of Columbia)
What U.S. states have the most graduates?
- Massachusetts (76)
- California (72)
- New York (58)
States with only one graduate each: Alabama, Alaska, Indiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Utah, Vermont
What U.S. cities have the most graduates?
- Boston (11)
- New York (9)
- Houston (8)
How many graduates are from the diploma program? 103
How many graduates are from the degree program? 805
How many graduates are dual majors? 114
How many graduates are single majors? 794
What are the most popular majors?
How old are the oldest and youngest graduates?
- Oldest: 60 (born 1951)
- Youngest: 20 (born 1990)
What are the most common years of birth?
- 1989 (265)
- 1988 (186)
- 1987 (106)
What are the most popular instruments?
- Guitar (226)
- Voice (192)
- Piano (130)
What are the most common first names?
- Men: Michael (14), Andrew (12), Eric (12)
- Women: Alexandra (5), Emily (4), Elizabeth (4), Jennifer (4), Sarah (4)
Statistics were provided by Sarah Landry, graduation and curriculum coordinator.