Princeton University Class of 2026 Profile

Curious to learn about the breakdown of the Princeton University Class of 2026? You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers. The Daily Princetonian, the student newspaper of Princeton, has released its annual “Frosh Survey,” revealing key demograhics about Princeton’s first-year class. The survey also includes information on student academic interests, views, … 

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Dartmouth Drops Swim Requirement

For over a century, Dartmouth College students have been required to complete a 50-yard swimming test in order to graduate. And it’s not as though Dartmouth was the only highly selective college to require students to know how to swim in order to receive a degree. Cornell University, Columbia University, … 

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Dartmouth Adds Language Requirement

If there are two colleges in America that set the bar with respect to how students learn foreign languages, it’s two schools right in the heart of New England: Middlebury College and Dartmouth College. Middlebury is, of course, renowned for its Language Schools. And Dartmouth is, of course, renowned for its … 

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Connections at the Ivies

We have never argued on the pages of this college admissions blog that the in-classroom education is better at, say, an Ivy League institution, than it is at a top public universities, like the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia, or the University of California, Berkeley. Introductory Psychology is … 

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2022 Ivy League Football

The Ivy League was formed not to combine Nobel Prize-winning scientists under one umbrella. Nor was it formed to combine library books. No, it was formed to combine football teams so each respective Ivy League institution could compete against one another on the gridiron. And, in history, which of the … 

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Princeton Financial Aid

Princeton University has announced a change to its financial aid policy. Prior to the newly announced policy, Princeton students from families that earned a collective $65,000 per year were eligible to receive financial aid covering the entire cost of a Princeton education. With inflation skyrocketing, Princeton has now announced that … 

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Brown Class of 2026 Yield

Brown University has released its yield data for its Class of 2026. In all, nearly 70% of admitted students to Brown’s newest class chose to attend the Providence, Rhode Island-based institution. This marks a record high yield for the Ivy League university — up nearly 10 statistical points from the … 

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Native Americans at Dartmouth

Dartmouth College was founded as an institution to educate Native Americans. Indeed, the charter for the College on the Hill states that its mission is “for the education and instruction of Youth of the Indian Tribes in this Land … and also of English Youth and any others.” Yet for … 

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Harvard Class of 2026 Yield

Wondering what percentage of admitted students to Harvard College’s Class of 2026 chose to attend the Ivy League institution? Wonder no more! 83% of admits chose to matriculate as members of Harvard’s latest incoming class. And how does this figure compare to years past? Lo and behold, Harvard did not … 

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