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Princeton and Brown lower acceptance rates while all other Ivies' rise.

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert 511 replies3006 threads CC Admissions Expert
"Ivy League schools, known for being the most selective colleges in the nation, became a little less selective this year.

Names like Harvard, Dartmouth and Penn have all posted increased acceptance rates for classes that will begin this fall, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.

Harvard admitted 4.9% of the 40,248 people who applied last year compared to its 4.6% acceptance rate the year prior. Dartmouth this year accepted 8.8% of applicants, up from 7.9% last year. Columbia admitted 6.1% of applicants this year, which was up from 5.3% the year prior, as applications dropped by almost 2,500 and the school simultaneously accepted 220 more students.

Yale also saw its acceptance rate move higher, to 6.5% from 6.2%. And Penn's acceptance rate went from 7.7% to 8.1% ...

... Brown and Princeton both bucked the trend with Brown dropping its admission rate to 6.9% from 7.1% and Princeton dropping its admission rate to 5.6% from 5.8% ...

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  • PublisherPublisher 11184 replies146 threads Senior Member
    edited April 1
    "Cornell said it wasn't even going to issue public statements about its admissions decisions any longer."
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