This is the ultimate source for annual Ivy League statistics. We are the only source that has such comprehensive Ivy League admissions statistics, and we have them for every single year beginning with the Class of 2007.
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 these eight Ivy League colleges (both through 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 better position to evaluate your chances for admission.
You can also use our write-ups in our Ivy League Statistics to learn more about the geographic diversity of admitted classes to the eight Ivy League colleges. You will find gender breakdown, financial aid breakdown, academic and extracurricular interests of admitted students, average SAT / ACT scores, legacy statistics, and first-generation to attend college statistics at each of the Ivy League colleges. We publish the new Ivy League admissions statistics every year and so if you check the admissions statistics out over the course of a few years, you’ll be able to notice informative trends in highly selective college admissions, trends that you might otherwise not have known about.