Welcome to the ultimate source for annual Ivy League acceptance rates and statistics. Ivy Coach has been curating these admissions figures for two decades, from the Class of 2007 through the Class of 2026. When the numbers are made available after the Class of 2027 admissions cycle, we will add admissions statistics for the latest group of applicants.
Our Ivy League admissions statistics reveal the percentage of acceptances at each of the eight Ivy League colleges. These statistics signify the competitiveness of the highly selective college admissions process. By examining the number of applicants to the eight Ivy League colleges (through both Early Decision or Early Action as well as through Regular Decision) and by comparing these Ivy League admissions statistics to the total acceptances and the expected class sizes, you will find yourself in a better position to evaluate your chances for admission. But do remember that statistics in and of themselves do not necessarily tell the full story.
You can also use our write-ups, featured among our Ivy League statistics, to learn more about the geographic diversity of admitted classes to the eight Ivy League colleges. You will find breakdowns by gender, financial aid, academic and extracurricular interests, mean SAT/ACT scores, legacy status, and first-generation status.
As we at Ivy Coach publish the Ivy League admissions statistics annually, if you peruse historical admissions statistics, you’ll be able to discern informative trends in highly selective college admissions — the most glaring of which tends to be decreasing acceptance rates.