Princeton University Class of 2025 Admissions Statistics

The admissions statistics for the latest incoming class at Princeton University, the lone Ivy League institution that did no offer an Early Decision or Early Action option for applicants to the Class of 2025, are in the books. Princeton, which marched to the beat of its own drummer by temporarily … 

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2020-2021 Ivy League Admissions Statistics

The Ivy League universities — Harvard University, Yale University, Princeton University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Brown University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Cornell University — each released decisions this week to Regular Decision applicants to the Class of 2025 and, with the exception of Princeton since Princeton did not hold … 

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Dartmouth College Class of 2025 Admissions Statistics

2021 hasn’t exactly been the late Dr. Seuss’ finest year. He’s been canceled (sort of). But it’s sure shaping up to be the finest year at the college he once attended, Dartmouth College. The Dartmouth College Class of 2025 admissions statistics have been signed, sealed, and delivered. In all, 1,749 … 

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Brown University Class of 2025 Admissions Statistics

It was a record year for the Brown University admissions office. In all, 46,568 students applied to the Providence, Rhode Island-based institution this year, a figure that includes both Early Decision and Regular Decision applicants. In the Early Decision round, as our readers may remember, 885 students earned admission out … 

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Multiple Ivies Announce Fall 2021 Plans

It seems that colleges are plotting a return to normalcy in the fall with some of our nation’s elite universities announcing plans to re-open their campuses. As loyal readers of our college admissions blog know all too well, colleges tend to act as a pack and who are the leaders … 

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SFFA Asks Supreme Court to Hear Case Against Harvard

In their latest salvo to outlaw Affirmative Action at our nation’s universities, the group known as Students for Fair Admissions, which lost their lawsuit against Harvard University back in 2019 and their appeal in 2020 in which they accused the school of anti-Asian American bias in its admissions process, has … 

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How Swimmers Should Navigate Ivy League Admission

Parents of student-athletes who are not our clients often call us around late October. Their call goes something like this: “My daughter just got a call from the swim coach at the school to which she will be applying Early Decision in a few days. The coach told her that … 

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Applications to Dartmouth College Class of 2025

What a year for Dartmouth College’s admissions office! Applications to Dartmouth’s Class of 2025 are up and they are up big. In fact, between Early Decision and Regular Decision, applications are up 32.5% as compared to last year. To put this spike in perspective, applications are up by similar margins … 

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New UPenn Dean of Admissions

The University of Pennsylvania has appointed Whitney Soule, currently senior vice president and dean of admissions and student aid at Bowdoin College, to be its new vice provost and dean of admissions. Soule has worked at Bowdoin for the past 13 years and brings three decades of admissions experience to … 

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Fallout from Dartmouth’s Title IX Error

Back in July, Dartmouth College eliminated its men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams, its men’s and women’s golf teams, and its men’s lightweight crew team. Then, at the end of January, a bit more than six months later, the school reversed the eliminations and fully reinstated all five varsity … 

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