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CC, SEAS ?13 most selective class ever | Columbia SpectatorColumbia College and the School of Engineering and Applied Science admitted 9.82 percent of all applicants to the prospective class of 2013, which will yield its most selective undergraduate class yet.
In accordance with recent trends, SEAS increased its selectivity this year, admitting 14.42 percent of applicants, about three percent fewer than last years 17.6 percent. On the other hand, the College was slightly less selective, as 8.92 percent of students were admitted, proportionately slightly more than last years 8.71 percent. The College also saw an enrollment increase of 50 students for the upcoming year, which allows for a slight decrease in selectivity in the admissions process.