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College Admissions Statistics Class of 2022

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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Adding Notre Dame
    http://admissions.nd.edu/connect/news/notre-dame-admits-1-636-early-action-applicants-to-the-class-of-2022/
    Notre Dame’s 6,598 Restrictive Early Action (REA) applicants were notified this week of their admission decisions. Reflecting national trends, restrictive early action applications were up year over year. The University admitted 1,636 applicants to the Class of 2022, welcoming students of exceptional academic merit, with records of service and demonstrated leadership, to the Notre Dame family....

    MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)
    Harvard SCEA 964 out of 6,630 (14.5%)
    Princeton SCEA 799 out of 5,402 (14.7%)
    Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)
    Penn ED 1,312 out of 7,074 (18.5%)
    Brown ED 738 out of 3,502 (21.1%)
    Duke ED 875 out of 4,090 (21.4%)
    Notre Dame REA 1,636 out of 6,598 (24.8%)
    Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Thanks @Penn95. I'd recommend using the value from the linked Daily Pennsylvanian article unless/until it is officially updated.
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  • justliviglifejustliviglife 234 replies14 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    Georgetown EA is 12%
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  • evergreen5evergreen5 1490 replies31 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    edited December 2017
    Northwestern https://dailynorthwestern.com/2017/12/05/campus/early-decision-applications-increase-6-percent-year Accepting "about" half the incoming class of 1925, 962/4058 = 23.7%

    A site called Admissions Intel claims that 1073 are being accepted ED for a rate of 26%.
    edited December 2017
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  • vhsdadvhsdad 174 replies0 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    Anybody hear anything about the EA acceptance rate/stats for Caltech?
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  • bronze2bronze2 253 replies5 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    With more applicants, schools are either filling the class earlier with EA/ED or bringing the admit rate down, and in many cases they are doing both!

    Harvard EA. https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2017/12/13/early-admissions-2022/
    2022: Apps 6,630. Accepts 964 (14.5%)
    2021: Apps 6,473. Accepts 938 (14.5%). Matriculates 1,687

    Penn ED. http://www.thedp.com/article/2017/12/early-decision-upenn-ivy-league-philadelphia-admissions-rate
    2022: Apps 7,074. Accepts 1,312 (18.5%)
    2021: Apps 6,147. Accepts 1,354 (22.0%). Matriculates 2,457

    Princeton EA. https://www.princeton.edu/news/2017/12/13/princeton-offers-early-action-admission-799-students-class-2022
    2022: Apps 5,402. Accepts 799 (14.7%)
    2021: Apps 5,003. Accepts 770 (18.3%). Matriculates 1,314

    Brown ED. http://www.browndailyherald.com/2017/12/14/738-students-admitted-early-decision/
    2022: Apps 3,502. Accepts 738 (21%)
    2021: Apps 3,170. Accepts 695 (22%). Matriculates 1,729

    Yale EA. https://news.yale.edu/2017/12/14/842-early-action-applicants-admitted-class-2022
    2022: Apps 5,733. Accepts 842 (14.7%)
    2021: Apps 5,086. Accepts 871 (17.1%). Matriculates 1,580

    MIT EA. http://mitadmissions.org/blogs/entry/mit-early-action-decisions-now-available-online5
    2022: Apps 9,557. Accepts 664 (6.9%)
    2021: Apps 8,413. Accepts 657 (7.8%). Matriculates 1,102

    Duke ED. http://www.dukechronicle.com/article/2017/12/171214-reports-early-decision
    2022: Apps 4,090. Accepts 875 (21%)
    2021: Apps 3,503. Accepts 864 (25%). Matriculates 1,751

    Dartmouth ED
    2022:
    2021: Apps 1,999. Accepts 555 (27.8%). Matriculates 1,222

    Cornell ED
    2022:
    2021: Apps 5,401. Accepts 1,393 (25.8%). Matriculates 3,375

    Stanford EA.
    2022: not released
    2021: Apps 7,822. Accepts 721 (9.2%). Matriculates 1,708

    Columbia ED
    2022: Apps 4,085. Accepts ___ (___%)
    2021: Apps 4,086. Accepts ___ (___%). Matriculates 1,456



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  • 1NJParent1NJParent 1360 replies35 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    @bronze2 This is good summary. Also, Columbia accepted 651 out of 4086 applicants last year.
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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Adding Northwestern:
    https://dailynorthwestern.com/2017/12/05/campus/early-decision-applications-increase-6-percent-year/
    Northwestern received about 6 percent more Early Decision applications than last year, associate provost for University enrollment Michael Mills told The Daily in an email. As of Tuesday, NU had received a record number of 4,058 applications, Mills said.... Mills told The Daily that early applicants will fill about half of the Class of 2022, which is expected to total 1,925 students.

    MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)
    Harvard SCEA 964 out of 6,630 (14.5%)
    Princeton SCEA 799 out of 5,402 (14.7%)
    Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)
    Penn ED 1,312 out of 7,074 (18.5%)
    Brown ED 738 out of 3,502 (21.1%)
    Duke ED 875 out of 4,090 (21.4%)
    Northwestern ED ~962.5 out of 4,058 (~23.7%)
    Notre Dame REA 1,636 out of 6,598 (24.8%)
    Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Adding University of Georgia:
    http://www.uga.edu/about_uga/profile/the-class-of-2022-begins/
    Nearly 15,000 students applied for early action admission to the University of Georgia's Class of 2022, bringing record academic qualifications to the birthplace of public higher education. This year more than 8,000 students are being offered early action admission to UGA

    MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)
    Harvard SCEA 964 out of 6,630 (14.5%)
    Princeton SCEA 799 out of 5,402 (14.7%)
    Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)
    Penn ED 1,312 out of 7,074 (18.5%)
    Brown ED 738 out of 3,502 (21.1%)
    Duke ED 875 out of 4,090 (21.4%)
    Northwestern ED ~962.5 out of 4,058 (~23.7%)
    Notre Dame REA 1,636 out of 6,598 (24.8%)
    Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
    Georgia EA > 8,000 out of nearly 15,000 (> 53.3%)
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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Adding Rice:
    http://news.rice.edu/2017/12/18/rice-admits-first-students-of-class-of-2022-through-early-decision-program/
    Rice admitted the first members of next year’s freshman class Dec. 14 by offering admission to 371 high school students from across the country and around the globe through the Early Decision program.... A record number of applicants — 1,916, which is a 19.5 percent increase over last year — applied to Rice through its binding Early Decision program.... Of the 371 admitted students, 165 are from the state of Texas and 165 are from other parts of the U.S., including one student each from the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico and Guam. International students represent 11 percent of the Early Decision admitted class.... Rice has long been a member of the QuestBridge Scholars program....Through this program, Rice was matched with 51 QuestBridge finalists who are counted as part of the Early Decision class.

    MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)
    Harvard SCEA 964 out of 6,630 (14.5%)
    Princeton SCEA 799 out of 5,402 (14.7%)
    Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)
    Penn ED 1,312 out of 7,074 (18.5%)
    Rice ED 371 out of 1,916 (19.4%) (includes 51 matched QuestBridge)
    Brown ED 738 out of 3,502 (21.1%)
    Duke ED 875 out of 4,090 (21.4%)
    Northwestern ED ~962.5 out of 4,058 (~23.7%)
    Notre Dame REA 1,636 out of 6,598 (24.8%)
    Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
    Georgia EA > 8,000 out of nearly 15,000 (> 53.3%)
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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Adding Middlebury College:
    http://www.middlebury.edu/newsroom/archive/2017-news/node/561260
    Middlebury College has offered 326 students early admission to the Class of 2022. The admitted students were chosen from a pool of 650 applicants and represent about 45 percent of a class that is expected to total about 715.... Of the students admitted, 23 percent are students of color. First-generation students, meaning those who are the first in their family to attend college, represent another 11 percent. The College deferred 39 applicants, who will be considered for regular admission in the spring, and denied admission to 285 students.

    MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)
    Harvard SCEA 964 out of 6,630 (14.5%)
    Princeton SCEA 799 out of 5,402 (14.7%)
    Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)
    Penn ED 1,312 out of 7,074 (18.5%)
    Rice ED 371 out of 1,916 (19.4%) (includes 51 matched QuestBridge)
    Brown ED 738 out of 3,502 (21.1%)
    Duke ED 875 out of 4,090 (21.4%)
    Northwestern ED ~962.5 out of 4,058 (~23.7%)
    Notre Dame REA 1,636 out of 6,598 (24.8%)
    Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
    Middlebury ED1 326 out of 650 (50.2%) (6% deferred, 43.8% denied)
    Georgia EA > 8,000 out of nearly 15,000 (> 53.3%)

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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Adding Dartmouth College:
    http://www.thedartmouth.com/article/2017/12/dartmouth-admits-24-9-percent-of-early-applicants
    Dartmouth admitted 565 students to the Class of 2022 from a record-high 2,270 early applicants. The admitted students represent 24.9 percent of applicants, down from last year’s early decision acceptance rate of 27.8 percent and the lowest rate since 2010. The admitted students will comprise about 47 percent of the incoming class, in line with last year. The early application pool was 13.5 percent larger than last year’s pool of 1,999 applicants. The number of early-admitted students is a slight increase from last year’s total of 555 students....Twenty-six students were admitted through the QuestBridge program....

    MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)
    Harvard SCEA 964 out of 6,630 (14.5%)
    Princeton SCEA 799 out of 5,402 (14.7%)
    Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)
    Penn ED 1,312 out of 7,074 (18.5%)
    Rice ED 371 out of 1,916 (19.4%) (includes 51 matched QuestBridge)
    Brown ED 738 out of 3,502 (21.1%)
    Duke ED 875 out of 4,090 (21.4%)
    Northwestern ED ~962.5 out of 4,058 (~23.7%)
    Notre Dame REA 1,636 out of 6,598 (24.8%)
    Dartmouth ED 565 out of 2,270 (24.9%) (includes 26 matched QuestBridge)
    Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
    Middlebury ED1 326 out of 650 (50.2%) (6% deferred, 43.8% denied)
    Georgia EA > 8,000 out of nearly 15,000 (> 53.3%)


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  • david5454david5454 97 replies3 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    This year's Early Action applicant pool grew once again, up 7% from last year; this is a strong testament both to the Georgetown brand and the increasing popularity of Early Action. The Georgetown College applicant pool grew by 8%, the School of Foreign Service by 6%, and the School of Nursing and Health Studies by 24%; the McDonough School of Business applicant pool remained similar to last year. Given that our Regular Decision pool typically mirrors trends seen at Early Action, we anticipate an increase in total applications come January as well.

    The Early Action pool continued to reflect Georgetown's commitment to enrolling a diverse class. This year's pool was 10% Black/African-American, 11% Hispanic/Latino, 15% Asian-American, 7% International, and 1% Native American.

    The academic quality of the pool was as strong as ever, making admissions committee decisions immensely difficult. We admitted 12% (1,002) of the 8,383 applicants. Students were admitted from 49 of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 39 foreign countries. Admitted students were, on average, in the top 2% of their class. The SAT Verbal middle-50% range for admitted students was 710-770, and the SAT Math middle-50% range was 720-790. The ACT has become increasingly popular, with more than half of our applicant pool taking the ACT. The ACT middle-50% range for admitted students was 32-35.


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  • Houston1021Houston1021 1103 replies16 threadsForum Champion Rice Forum Champion
    edited December 2017
    Here is some info on Rice's early decision numbers. Early decision applications are up 19.5 percent. http://news.rice.edu/2017/12/18/rice-admits-first-students-of-class-of-2022-through-early-decision-program/
    edited December 2017
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  • foosondaughterfoosondaughter 308 replies6 threadsRegistered User Member
    Adding Georgetown
    From @dzleprechaun alumni interview email:
    https://talk.collegeconfidential.com/discussion/comment/21055921/#Comment_21055921

    MIT EA 664 out of 9,557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)
    Georgetown EA 1,002 out of 8,383 (12.0%)
    Harvard SCEA 964 out of 6,630 (14.5%)
    Princeton SCEA 799 out of 5,402 (14.7%)
    Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)
    Penn ED 1,312 out of 7,074 (18.5%)
    Rice ED 371 out of 1,916 (19.4%) (includes 51 matched QuestBridge)
    Brown ED 738 out of 3,502 (21.1%)
    Duke ED 875 out of 4,090 (21.4%)
    Northwestern ED ~962.5 out of 4,058 (~23.7%)
    Notre Dame REA 1,636 out of 6,598 (24.8%)
    Dartmouth ED 565 out of 2,270 (24.9%) (includes 26 matched QuestBridge)
    Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
    Middlebury ED1 326 out of 650 (50.2%) (6% deferred, 43.8% denied)
    Georgia EA > 8,000 out of nearly 15,000 (> 53.3%)
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  • mem986mem986 12 replies2 threadsRegistered User New Member
    Anyone have WUSTL numbers?
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  • Eck101Eck101 5 replies3 threadsRegistered User New Member
    Is it possible to add the % of the freshman class that was filled through Early Decision?
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  • bronze2bronze2 253 replies5 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    @ Eck101 we can get a sense of the % of freshman class being filled from ED, based on the Enrollment of the 2021 class given below.

    Note that with changes in Yale (larger class), Chicago (new EA/ED1/ED2), there can be some movements from year to year. For obvious reasons, I have kept EA and ED schools separate.

    Figures are given in the format "Acceptances / Applications" for the class of 2022 followed by the class of 2021, with enrollment E for the class of 2021.

    MIT EA. 2022: 664 / 9557 (6.9%). 2021: 657 / 8413 (7.8%). E 1102
    Stanford EA. 2022: ___ / ____ (___%). 2021: 721 / 7822 (9.2%). E 1708
    Georgetown EA. 2022: 1002 / 8383 (12.0%). 2021: 931 / 7822 (11.9%). E 1574
    Harvard EA. 2022: 964 / 6630 (14.5%). 2021: 938 / 6473 (14.5%). E 1687
    Yale EA. 2022: 842 / 5733 (14.7%). 2021: 871 / 5086 (17.1%). E 1580
    Princeton EA. 2022: 799 / 5402 (14.7%). 2021: 770 / 5003 (18.3%). E 1314
    Notre Dame EA. 2022: 1636 / 6598 (24.8%). 2021: 1470 / 6020 (24.4%). E 2050

    Penn ED. 2022: 1312 / 7074 (18.5%). 2021: 1354 / 6147 (22.0%). E 2457
    Rice ED. 2022: 371 / 1916 (19.4%). 2021: 329 / 1603 (20.5%). E 1048
    Brown ED. 2022: 738 / 3502 (21.1%). 2021: 695 / 3170 (21.9%). E 1729
    Duke ED. 2022: 875 / 4090 (21.4%). 2021: 864 / 3503 (24.7%). E 1751
    CMU ED. 2022: ____ / ____ (___%). 2021: 330 / 1375 (24.0%). E 1680
    Dartmouth ED. 2022: 565 / 2270 (24.9%). 2021: 555 / 1999 (27.8%). E 1222
    Cornell ED. 2022: ____ / ____ (___%). 2021: 1393 / 5401 (25.8%). E 3375
    JHU ED. 2022: 610 / 2037 (29.9%). 2021: 591 / 1934 (30.6%). E 1349

    Approximate from unofficial sources, and to be confirmed:
    Northwestern ED. 2022: ~1073 / 4058 (~26.5%). 2021: Apps ~995 / 3828 (26%). E 1912
    WUSTL ED. 2022: ~700 / 1850 (~38%). 2021: ~689 / 1815 (~38%). E 1780
    Vanderbilt ED1&2. 2022: ____ / ____ (___%). 2021: ~861 / 3647 (23.6%). E 1607

    No releases from Columbia and Chicago which are more reticent on their admissions statistics. See https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2016/04/08/columbia-university-about-45-percent-of-freshmen-admitted-early/?utm_term=.da24ae3f9a93

    Columbia ED. 2022: ____ / 4085 (___%). 2021: ~651 / 4086 (~15.9%). E 1456
    Chicago EA/ED1&2. E 1740

    If anyone has more complete information, it would be helpful to have more blanks filled in.
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  • MaximiliasMaximilias 92 replies1 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    Hello bronze2, if you are listing colleges' EA rates from lowest to highest, shouldn't Notre Dame fall between Duke and Dartmouth, or does the Congregation of the Holy Cross get some special consideration?
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