College Admissions Acceptance Rates 2014

College Admissions Acceptance Rates 2014

Last week was a big one for high school seniors as admissions decisions were released from some of the country’s most selective colleges. Stanford continues to be the most selective with the lowest ever admit rate of 5.07%.

School

Class of 2018 Admission Rate

Class of 2017 Admission Rate

Bowdoin College

14.8%

14.5%

Brown University

8.6%

9.2%

Columbia University

6.94%

6.89%

Cornell University

14%

15.2%

Dartmouth College

11.5%

10%

Duke University

10.7%

11.6%

Harvard University

5.9%

5.79%

Johns Hopkins University

15%

16.8%

Middlebury College

17.3%

19.21%

MIT

7.7%

8.2%

Northwestern University

12.9%

13.9%

Princeton University

7.28%

7.29%

Stanford University

5.07%

5.69%

University of Pennsylvania

9.9%

12.1%

University of Virginia

28.9%

29%

Williams College

18.2%

16.9%

Yale University

6.26%

6.72%

 

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