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Class of 2021 Overall Stats

jonrijonri Registered User Posts: 7,154 Senior Member
edited March 2017 in Brown University
Congrats to all who were accepted !From Brown https://news.brown.edu/articles/2017/03/admitted

The Office of College Admission at Brown University made 2,027 offers of admission today to next year’s incoming class. Admitted students for the Class of 2021 include these 2,027 students from Brown’s regular decision pool combined with the 695 students offered admission in the University’s early decision program, for a total of 2,722 admitted students.

The offers, posted on Brown’s undergraduate admission website at 5 p.m. on March 30, represent 8.3 percent of the 32,724 students who applied, the largest applicant pool in the University’s history. The Class of 2020, admitted in March 2016, had established the previous high mark for Brown, with 32,390 applicants.

Forty-seven percent of the members of this year's admitted class identify as students of color, and admitted students represent 1,799 secondary schools across the nation and around the world.
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Admission rate: The University admitted 8.3 percent of applicants to the Class of 2021.

Academic standing: Ninety-seven percent of admitted students are in the top 10 percent of their high school classes.

Diversity: Forty-seven percent identify as students of color.

Financial aid: Sixty-four percent of admitted students intend to apply for financial aid.

United States: Students have been admitted from all 50 states. The top five states are California, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Florida.

International: Students from 77 nations are represented in the admitted class. The top five countries are India, China, the United Kingdom, Canada and Singapore.

High schools: Admitted students come from 1,799 high schools: 62 percent attend public schools; 31 percent attend private schools; and 7 percent are from parochial schools.

Academic interests: The top 10 intended concentrations include: engineering, biology, biochemistry, computer science, economics, political science, BEO (business, entrepreneurship and organizations), English, mathematics, neuroscience.

Brown-RISD Dual Degree Program: Of 727 applicants, 21 students were admitted to the Brown-RISD Dual Degree Program, a 2.9-percent admission rate.

Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME): Of 2,434 applicants, 95 students were admitted to PLME, a 3.9-percent admission rate. The PLME is an eight-year program leading to both a bachelor’s degree and an M.D. degree from Brown's Warren Alpert Medical School.

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