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College Admissions Statistics Class of 2022

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  • bronze2bronze2 Registered User Posts: 137 Junior Member
    @swantutorsonline Vanderbilt - 7.3%acceptance rate is for their RD pool only. Overall acceptance rate was somewhat higher because of an approx 20% rate for ED. The table is somewhat misleading.
  • bronze2bronze2 Registered User Posts: 137 Junior Member
    edited October 4
    Here is a summary so far for Class of 2022 ... welcome any additions or corrections.

    - Missing data from Caltech, Cooper Union, Wake Forest, Grinnell, Bucknell, Smith, which have admit rates below 30% (or likely to have).
    - Vanderbilt is an estimate from composite ED and RD data.
    - Some schools gave admit rates and not actual number of admits, so the Admits number is derived.
    - Data are from releases given at different times - early releases will not include waitlist acceptance figures (e.g., Stanford originally announced 2040 admits on March 30, and the current class profile says 2071 admits).

    College, Admits, Applicants, Rate %
    Stanford REA, 2071, 47451, 4.4%
    Harvard SCEA, 1962, 42749, 4.6%
    Princeton SCEA, 1941, 35370, 5.5%
    Columbia ED, 2214, 40203, 5.5%
    Yale SCEA, 2229, 35308, 6.3%
    MIT EA, 1464, 21706, 6.7%
    Pomona ED1&2, 713, 10245, 7.0%
    Chicago EA / ED1&2, 2329, 32291, 7.2%
    Brown ED, 2566, 35438, 7.2%
    Duke ED, 3097, 37302, 8.3%
    Penn ED, 3731, 44491, 8.4%
    Northwestern ED, 3392, 40425, 8.4%
    Dartmouth ED, 1925, 22033, 8.7%
    Claremont McKenna ED1&2, 558, 6271, 8.9%
    Vanderbilt ED1&2, 3060, 34346, 8.9%
    Swarthmore ED1&2, 1016, 10749, 9.5%
    Johns Hopkins ED, 2894, 29129, 9.9%
    Bowdoin ED1&2, 932, 9081, 10.3%
    Cornell ED, 5448, 51324, 10.6%
    Rice ED, 2328, 20923, 11.1%
    Williams ED, 1163, 9559, 12.2%
    Amherst ED, 1244, 9722, 12.8%
    USC, 8258, 64256, 12.9%
    Colby ED1&2, 1602, 12314, 13.0%
    Pitzer ED1&2, 577, 4358, 13.2%
    Barnard ED, 1099, 7897, 13.9%
    UCLA, 16020, 113748, 14.1%
    Olin, 125, 882, 14.2%
    Harvey Mudd ED1&2, 594, 4101, 14.5%
    Georgetown EA, 3327, 22897, 14.5%
    Tufts ED1&2, 3143, 21501, 14.6%
    UC Berkeley, 13333, 89614, 14.9%
    Colorado Coll EA/ED1&2, 1283, 8552, 15%
    WUSTL ED, 4708, 31320, 15.0%
    Carnegie Mellon ED, 4140, 24351, 17%
    Wesleyan ED1&2, 2233, 12788, 17.5%
    Tulane EA / ED, 6792, 38813, 17.5%
    Notre Dame REA, 3586, 20370, 17.6%
    Bates ED1&2, 1368, 7685, 17.8%
    Emory (Emory) ED1&2, 5102, 27559, 18.5%
    Haverford ED1&2, 878, 4673, 18.8%
    Middlebury ED1&2, 1734, 9227, 18.8%
    Northeastern EA/ED1&2, 11780, 62268, 19%
    Davidson ED1&2, 1104, 5712, 19.3%
    Carleton ED1&2, 1376, 7095, 19.4%
    Wellesley ED1&2, 1296, 6670, 19.4%
    Hamilton ED1&2, 1300, 6240, 20.8%
    NYU ED1&2, 15722, 75037, 21.0%
    Wash and Lee ED1&2, 1238, 5855, 21.1%
    Lehigh ED1&2, 3418, 15623, 21.9%
    UNC EA, 9519, 43472, 21.9%
    Boston U ED1&2, 14184, 64473, 22%
    Georgia Tech EA, 8000, 35600, 22.5%
    Michigan EA, 15468, 65684, 23.5%
    Vassar ED1&2, 1977, 8312, 23.8%
    Scripps ED1&2, 761, 3198, 23.8%
    Babson EA / ED, 1532, 6383, 24%
    Colgate ED1&2, 2422, 9716, 24.9%
    Emory (Oxford) ED1&2, 4144, 16620, 24.9%
    UVA EA, 9850, 37222, 26.5%
    Skidmore ED1&2, 2915, 10797, 27%
    Boston College EA, 8400, 31098, 27.0%
    UC Irvine, 27334, 95062, 28.8%
    Villanova EA/ED, 6568, 22727, 28.9%
    Lafayette ED1&2, 2703, 9236, 29.3%
    Case Western EA/ED, 7994, 26646, 30%
    Richmond EA/ED1&2, 3584, 11881, 30.2%
    UCSD, 29577, 97899, 30.2%
  • citivascitivas Registered User Posts: 627 Member
    edited October 4
    @bronze2 I'm pretty sure many of the above are labeled wrong in that what is being called "ED" or "ED1 and ED2" rates are actually the total admission rates, not just ED. So it's the RD+ED rates" not just ED or RD. Almost all the LAC's I scanned had this mistake. Others may as well.
  • sushirittosushiritto Registered User Posts: 2,259 Senior Member
    Michigan EA, 15468, 65684, 23.5%

    Numbers are for overall, not EA.
  • YnotgoYnotgo Registered User Posts: 3,896 Senior Member
    edited October 4
    @bronze2 Post #499 said:
    At Caltech's prefrosh weekend, it was announced that Caltech accepted 537 out of 8200 plus applications.
    Not very precise I realize and doesn't include waitlist admits, if any.
  • 1NJParent1NJParent Registered User Posts: 566 Member
    @Ynotgo On its website, Caltech states there are 8208 applicants for the class of 2022. http://www.caltech.edu/content/caltech-glance
  • bronze2bronze2 Registered User Posts: 137 Junior Member
    edited October 4
    @citivas @sushiritto the labels following colleges are the admission plans they offer (in addition to RD). some schools such as the UC campuses offer neither EA nor ED and so they have no label. The labels are not associated with the numerical data. The data are meant to include overalll admission numbers for this year. My apologies for not making this clear.
  • BorgityBorgBorgityBorg Registered User Posts: 233 Junior Member
    @collegemomjam For obvious reasons, I was focused on legacy status accruing to children of alumni. ;-) But I looked quickly, and it's only conferred on parents or stepparents -- siblings, grandparents, or other extended family are specifically excluded.
  • collegemomjamcollegemomjam Registered User Posts: 1,556 Senior Member
    Thanks @BorgityBorg, that's what I thought.
  • Houston1021Houston1021 Forum Champion Rice Posts: 707 Forum Champion
    Rice finally published the stats for the class of 2022 https://admission.rice.edu/apply/freshman/admission-statistics
  • welcometomylifewelcometomylife Registered User Posts: 48 Junior Member
    Adding UM (Miami)
    Number of Applicants:
    https://admissions.miami.edu/undergraduate/application-process/class-profile/freshman/index.html

    Acceptance rate listed on their official Instagram page, @UMAdmission .

    College, Admits, Applicants, Rate %
    Stanford REA, 2071, 47451, 4.4%
    Harvard SCEA, 1962, 42749, 4.6%
    Princeton SCEA, 1941, 35370, 5.5%
    Columbia ED, 2214, 40203, 5.5%
    Yale SCEA, 2229, 35308, 6.3%
    MIT EA, 1464, 21706, 6.7%
    Pomona ED1&2, 713, 10245, 7.0%
    Chicago EA / ED1&2, 2329, 32291, 7.2%
    Brown ED, 2566, 35438, 7.2%
    Duke ED, 3097, 37302, 8.3%
    Penn ED, 3731, 44491, 8.4%
    Northwestern ED, 3392, 40425, 8.4%
    Dartmouth ED, 1925, 22033, 8.7%
    Claremont McKenna ED1&2, 558, 6271, 8.9%
    Vanderbilt ED1&2, 3060, 34346, 8.9%
    Swarthmore ED1&2, 1016, 10749, 9.5%
    Johns Hopkins ED, 2894, 29129, 9.9%
    Bowdoin ED1&2, 932, 9081, 10.3%
    Cornell ED, 5448, 51324, 10.6%
    Rice ED, 2328, 20923, 11.1%
    Williams ED, 1163, 9559, 12.2%
    Amherst ED, 1244, 9722, 12.8%
    USC, 8258, 64256, 12.9%
    Colby ED1&2, 1602, 12314, 13.0%
    Pitzer ED1&2, 577, 4358, 13.2%
    Barnard ED, 1099, 7897, 13.9%
    UCLA, 16020, 113748, 14.1%
    Olin, 125, 882, 14.2%
    Harvey Mudd ED1&2, 594, 4101, 14.5%
    Georgetown EA, 3327, 22897, 14.5%
    Tufts ED1&2, 3143, 21501, 14.6%
    UC Berkeley, 13333, 89614, 14.9%
    Colorado Coll EA/ED1&2, 1283, 8552, 15%
    WUSTL ED, 4708, 31320, 15.0%
    Carnegie Mellon ED, 4140, 24351, 17%
    Wesleyan ED1&2, 2233, 12788, 17.5%
    Tulane EA / ED, 6792, 38813, 17.5%
    Notre Dame REA, 3586, 20370, 17.6%
    Bates ED1&2, 1368, 7685, 17.8%
    Emory (Emory) ED1&2, 5102, 27559, 18.5%
    Haverford ED1&2, 878, 4673, 18.8%
    Middlebury ED1&2, 1734, 9227, 18.8%
    Northeastern EA/ED1&2, 11780, 62268, 19%
    Davidson ED1&2, 1104, 5712, 19.3%
    Carleton ED1&2, 1376, 7095, 19.4%
    Wellesley ED1&2, 1296, 6670, 19.4%
    Hamilton ED1&2, 1300, 6240, 20.8%
    NYU ED1&2, 15722, 75037, 21.0%
    Wash and Lee ED1&2, 1238, 5855, 21.1%
    Lehigh ED1&2, 3418, 15623, 21.9%
    UNC EA, 9519, 43472, 21.9%
    Boston U ED1&2, 14184, 64473, 22%
    Georgia Tech EA, 8000, 35600, 22.5%
    Michigan EA, 15468, 65684, 23.5%
    Vassar ED1&2, 1977, 8312, 23.8%
    Scripps ED1&2, 761, 3198, 23.8%
    Babson EA / ED, 1532, 6383, 24%
    Colgate ED1&2, 2422, 9716, 24.9%
    Emory (Oxford) ED1&2, 4144, 16620, 24.9%
    UVA EA, 9850, 37222, 26.5%
    Skidmore ED1&2, 2915, 10797, 27%
    Boston College EA, 8400, 31098, 27.0%
    UC Irvine, 27334, 95062, 28.8%
    Villanova EA/ED, 6568, 22727, 28.9%
    Lafayette ED1&2, 2703, 9236, 29.3%
    Case Western EA/ED, 7994, 26646, 30%
    Richmond EA/ED1&2, 3584, 11881, 30.2%
    UCSD, 29577, 97899, 30.2%
    Miami, 10966, 34268, 32%
  • socaldad2002socaldad2002 Registered User Posts: 725 Member
    Northwestern should be ED, 1,072, 4,049, 28.9%

    The numbers you listed were total applicants and overall acceptance rate in all rounds.
  • shoot4moonshoot4moon Registered User Posts: 1,265 Senior Member
    Colorado College 8,552 applicants, 15% overall admission, 27% ED1/2; 19% EA, 5% RA
  • NicschachNicschach Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
    Anyone have stats on admission prediction ED for GW?
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