@vacancies i found it on the results page! here is the class of 17 overview:
"The Office of Admission and Financial Aid received more than 900 applications for our four degree programs.In our largest degree-granting program, the full-time Master of Science, those admitted hail from 33 states and the District of Columbia. The top states represented among the admitted students are New York, California, New Jersey, Texas, Virginia, Florida and Connecticut. In addition, 32 percent of the class is international representing 41 countries, with the largest groups hailing from China, India, United Kingdom, Pakistan, Canada and Mexico.This year, 75 percent of those admitted to the M.S. class are female and 25 percent are male. In the Master of Arts class, 31 percent are male and 69 percent are female, with 70 percent coming from outside of the United States representing 22 countries. Of the four students admitted to the doctoral program in communications, one is male and three are female. Two are international students. We admitted 11 students into our M.S. dual degree program with Computer Science. There are five females and six males, with eight international students. In terms of racial diversity of U.S. citizens, more than 40 percent of the entire class identified as African American, Asian, Latino, Native American and/or Pacific Islander."