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AU accepts 29 percent of applicants for the class of 2021
AU admitted 29 percent of applicants this year, the second lowest acceptance rate in the university’s history. This is up from last year’s acceptance rate of 26 percent.
There were 18,692 applications this year, down from 19,333 in 2016, Jeremy Lowe, associate director of admissions in the Office of Enrollment, said in an email. Applicants came from 120 countries and all 50 states. [/b]
UMich Receives Nearly 60,000 Freshman Applications For Fall 2017
The University of Michigan has set another record for freshmen applications for the fall of this year. The school has held the record for several years now.
UMich has gotten the highest number of applications in terms of reviewing and processing for freshmen. The institution received 58,590 applications in total for the incoming class.
Michigan Live reported that this is a seven percent increase. UMich has offered admissions to over 14,000 students, university spokesman Rick Fitzgerald said. This year's total number of freshmen applications set a record for the school for the 11th consecutive year.
Fitzgerald added that they expect to enroll a freshman class of an estimated 6,600 students. Of all the applications received last year, 10,959 were submitted by in-state students with 4,511 being offered admissions for an acceptance rate of 42.4 percent.
Out of the 35,783 applications submitted by students living in other states and the 8,758 applicants living in other countries, 10,815 were offered admission for an out-of-state acceptance rate of 24.5 percent.