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College Admissions Statistics Class of 2022

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  • ggsyt97ggsyt97 1 replies0 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 1 New Member
    JUST IN: University of Michigan Class of 2022
    In-State: 5,141 admitted out of 12,521 applicants (41.1%)
    Out-of-State: 10,327 admitted out of 53,163 applicants (19.4%)
    Overall: 15,468 admitted out of 65,684 applicants (23.5%)
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  • collegemomjamcollegemomjam 1881 replies1 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 1,882 Senior Member
    @evergreen5 thanks for being so helpful and on top of things!
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  • collegemomjamcollegemomjam 1881 replies1 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 1,882 Senior Member
    I know Michigan should be harder to get in from out of state, but I thought the gap between in stat and out of state was shrinking a little....but based on those numbers, I'm not sure it is (I don't have old stats to compare it to).
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  • bronze2bronze2 238 replies5 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 243 Junior Member
    UC Santa Barbara acceptance figures: http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2018/019115/class-2022
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  • howtoapplyhowtoapply 11 replies14 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 25 Junior Member
    where to find the admission Statistics for major?
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  • Bumble3000Bumble3000 17 replies0 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 17 Junior Member
    UC schools are beginning to have a major fluctuation of applicants each year. The chances of getting in are gettin slimmer and slimmer every year from the large influx of applicants. This can affect many people who are trying to apply to difficult schools like UCLA or Berkeley.
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  • Bumble3000Bumble3000 17 replies0 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 17 Junior Member
    This also goes with other universities that a are having a more competitive pole of people coming in.
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  • abthestarboyabthestarboy 18 replies1 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 19 Junior Member
    This is really helpful!!!
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  • bronze2bronze2 238 replies5 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 243 Junior Member
    edited July 2018
    Bates admit rate 17.8%: https://www.bates.edu/admission/student-profile/
    Previously, Bates disclosed it received 7688 applications, up significantly from 5316 last year, when its admit rate was 21.9%.

    Colgate admit rate 24.9%: https://www.colgate.edu/admission-financial-aid/first-year-class-profile
    Colgate also received a much higher number of applications at 9716 compared to 8542 last year when its admit rate was 28.1%.
    edited July 2018
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  • bronze2bronze2 238 replies5 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 243 Junior Member
    WUSTL 4,708 admits / 37,320 (15.0%) with 1,812 enrolling. https://admissions.wustl.edu/apply_site/Pages/Profile.aspx

    Connecticut College 2,429 / 6,433 (37.8%). https://www.conncoll.edu/admission/apply/admission-statistics/
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  • PublisherPublisher 7381 replies76 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 7,457 Senior Member
    edited July 2018
    @sbjdorlo : Interesting post about UC admission rates for in-state and out-of-state applicants. It would be helpful to know actual numbers because the admission rates alone might misled one into thinking that more non-residents are being admitted than are residents when this is not the case. For example, UC-Davis admits 70% of out-of-state applicants (versus 34% for residents) yet 95% of those attending UC-Davis are California residents according to 2016-2017 statistics.

    The desire to admit more non-residents is probably an attempt to raise revenue as non-residents pay triple tuition compared to residents (approx. $42,396 non-resident tuition versus $14,382 for California resident tuition at UC-Davis).

    UC-Davis 95% residents
    UC-Berkeley 86% of students from in-state
    UCLA 89% California residents
    UC-Irvine 97% from in-state
    UC-Merced 100% from in-state
    UC-Riverside 99% from in-state
    UC-San Diego 94% from in-state
    UC-Santa Barbara 95% from in-state
    UC-Santa Cruz 97% from in-state

    These figures are one or two year old. The point is that even though non-resident admit rates are substantially higher than for in-state admits, UCs are NOT being overrun by non-residents.
    edited July 2018
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  • TTGTTG 1662 replies14 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 1,676 Senior Member
    Did Wake Forest announce admissions numbers this year? Usually they do so in April but have not seen them for Class of 2022?
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  • collegeguy3collegeguy3 13 replies1 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 14 New Member
    Bates College 17.8% overall http://www.bates.edu/admission/
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  • CorbettCorbett 3434 replies4 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 3,438 Senior Member
    edited July 2018
    The point is that even though non-resident admit rates are substantially higher than for in-state admits, UCs are NOT being overrun by non-residents.
    The UCs recently established caps on non-resident undergraduate enrollment. At five campuses (UCD, UCSB, UCSC, UCR, UCM), the cap is 18%. At the other four campuses (UCB, UCLA, UCSD, UCI), the caps are variable because they are based on 2017 enrollment, but range from approximately 19% to 24%.

    So no, the UCs are not being overrun by nonresidents, regardless of the high non-resident acceptance rates at some campuses. For the UC system as a whole, non-resident undergraduate enrollment should max out at about 20% (with some campuses slightly higher and others slightly lower). That's quite low by national standards; I think the only lower systemwide cap is UNC at 18%. UTexas has a non-resident cap of 10% for the flagship Austin campus, but it doesn't apply to the other campuses in the UT system.
    UCs admit a higher percentage of OOS students than of CA students; at some schools, it's dramatically more.
    You will notice that the highest non-resident acceptance rates (above 55%) are at UCD, UCSC, UCR, and UCM. These are all campuses that are currently below their designated "caps" for non-resident enrollment, so they can afford to be generous with non-resident admits. If and when they hit their caps, the non-resident acceptance rates are going to fall. This is likely to happen at UCD in the near future.
    edited July 2018
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