College Admissions Statistics Class of 2022

Adding MIT:
http://mitadmissions.org/blogs/entry/mit-early-action-decisions-now-available-online5 (currently unavailable)

MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)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Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)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%)

Adding Johns Hopkins:
https://hub.jhu.edu/2017/12/15/hopkins-early-decision-class-of-2022/

MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)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Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)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%)
Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)

Adding Notre Dame
http://admissions.nd.edu/connect/news/notre-dame-admits-1-636-early-action-applicants-to-the-class-of-2022/

MIT EA 664 out of 9.557 (6.9%) (65.0% deferred, 26.1% denied, 1.9% withdrawn)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Yale SCEA 842 out of 5733 (14.7%) (55% deferred, 29% denied, 2% withdrawn/incomplete)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%)

Thanks @Penn95. I’d recommend using the value from the linked Daily Pennsylvanian article unless/until it is officially updated.

Georgetown EA is 12%

Princeton 14.7% SCEA
https://www.princeton.edu/news/2017/12/13/princeton-offers-early-action-admission-799-students-class-2022

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%.

Anybody hear anything about the EA acceptance rate/stats for Caltech?

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

@bronze2 This is good summary. Also, Columbia accepted 651 out of 4086 applicants last year.

Adding Northwestern:
https://dailynorthwestern.com/2017/12/05/campus/early-decision-applications-increase-6-percent-year/

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%)

Adding University of Georgia:
http://www.uga.edu/about_uga/profile/the-class-of-2022-begins/

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%)

Adding Rice:
http://news.rice.edu/2017/12/18/rice-admits-first-students-of-class-of-2022-through-early-decision-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%)
Johns Hopkins ED 610 out of 2,037 (29.9%)
Georgia EA > 8,000 out of nearly 15,000 (> 53.3%)

Adding Middlebury College:
http://www.middlebury.edu/newsroom/archive/2017-news/node/561260

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%)

Adding Dartmouth College:
http://www.thedartmouth.com/article/2017/12/dartmouth-admits-24-9-percent-of-early-applicants

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%)

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.

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/

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%)

Anyone have WUSTL numbers?

Is it possible to add the % of the freshman class that was filled through Early Decision?