Early numbers for the class of 2022

Dec 16th, 2017 | By | Category: Admissions, Early, Lists, USA

Students who applied early action/early decision have begun hearing. Yet again, record breaking year at many colleges. 

Again colleges have filled a significant portion of their class (technically for places like Princeton, Harvard and MIT they could go elsewhere, but their yields are incredibly high. Many places reported major increases from students applying overseas, which I guess is good, I guess. 

College

Acceptance rate

Growth

% of class filled

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Barnard

 

6%

 

 

 

Brown

21%

10%

44%

66%

 

Cornell

 

 

 

 

Does not share the data

Dartmouth

 

 

 

 

No information

Duke

21%

16%

51%

21.6%

Admit rate down from 25%

Columbia

 

0%

?

?

Same as last year, which was 16% up

U Georgia

53%

0%

 

 

Up 33% over 5 years

Harvard

14.5

7%

50-60%

73.6%

largest ever. Plan to have a smaller freshman class

Johns Hopkins

29.9%

5%

45%

?

 

MIT

6.8%

16%

59.6%

65%

 

Notre Dame

24.8%

9.6%

79%

 

64% admitted early enroll.

Northwestern

23.7%

6%

50%

 

Increased 26% the year before

Princeton

14.7%

8%

55%

?

 

UPENN

18.5%

15%

54%

?

Admit rate fown from 22%

Stanford

 

 

 

 

Not released, but 9.2%

WUSTL

 

2%

40%

 

Typically admits 36% early

Yale

14.7%

12.7%

54%

55%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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