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Grinnell Transfers

#nineteen#nineteen Registered User Posts: 193 Junior Member
edited March 2009 in Grinnell College
Hey does anyone know how many they plan to accept and/or enroll?? last year's stats look pretty sad (around 6%) but I think that was just to adjust to the overyielding freshman class since they usually take around 30%.
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Replies to: Grinnell Transfers

  • bucketbucket Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
    It will probably depend on how many 1st years deposit this year. & of course the economy but read that Grinnell is putting more money into student FA.
  • #nineteen#nineteen Registered User Posts: 193 Junior Member
    I called and theyre taking 10 out of 200. awesome
  • yokuzukiyokuzuki Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    That's very reassuring :P How is Grinnell coming up with these abysmal rates? Unless they're super-confident about their freshman yield this year.
  • M's MomM's Mom Registered User Posts: 4,562 Senior Member
    The over-yield situation last year isn't just a one year blip that has gone away. They still have to house and teach 40+ people that they didn't expect to have for the next 3 years.

    Of course, its such a strange year that the yield may not conform to historical patterns and they may end up changing their minds.
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