The Ivy Coach Daily
March 30, 2022
Tufts University Class of 2026 Admissions Statistics
Tufts University has now released admissions decisions to all applicants to its Class of 2026. The university reported a record applicant pool this year — with 34,880 applications. This marked a 12% jump from last year’s total tally (and a 50% spike over the course of just two years!). Of these applicants to the Class of 2026, a mere 9% overall earned admission to the Medford, Massachusetts-based institution. The admission rate marked the lowest admission rate in the university’s long history. So what a year it was in the Tufts admissions office. And just who earned admission?
As Laura Ferguson reports for Tufts Now in a piece entitled “An Early Look at the Undergraduate Class of 2026,” “Women make up 55% of the admitted class and men 42%. Four percent identify as non-binary, genderqueer, or preferred not to specify a gender identity…Some 56% of admitted students attend public and/or public charter high schools, with the remainder attending independent schools, religiously affiliated schools, or home schools. Admitted students represent all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. International students—foreign nationals who are not U.S. citizens—represent 11% percent of the class and 84 different citizenships…Of admitted U.S. students, just over 56% are students of color.”
Congratulations to all of the admits to the Tufts University Class of 2026. You earned admission in what turned out to be the most competitive year ever in the history of the university. And Tufts has been around since 1852. So that’s a mighty long time! Go Jumbos!
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