The Hoya reported that the enrollment of SFS-Q increased to 77 new students when the school welcomed the largest and most diverse freshman class in its history. Dean Lancaster commented, "I think it's the beginning of a trend," she said. "It shows a rising interest [in the school]."
In addition to experiencing a higher yield, the program received and issued a record number of applications and admittances according to the Admissions Office in Qatar. The school received 318 applications for the Class of 2015, 37 percent more than it did in the last admissions cycle. The admittances for this year's freshman class marked a 22 percent increase from the 99 admittances offered to their sophomore predecessors.
Read more about SFS-Q's success in The Hoya.