If you’re interested in examining the Class of 2019 Ivy League admission statistics, we’ve got them up for our loyal readers. You won’t find more comprehensive data and analysis for this past year’s Ivy League admissions cycle elsewhere. For years, we’ve been compiling these college admissions statistics and offering our commentary on the figures. You’ll note we try to spice up what would otherwise be rather dry admissions statistics with our always colorful commentary. In this way, we like to think of ourselves as Bill Walton, who we’d argue is the best basketball color commentator. We’re about more than the play-by-play. That gets stale. It’s all about the commentary!
So check out to see which of the Ivy League colleges saw increases in applications this year. Check out which schools had banner years, which ones had decent years, and which ones were a little off for the year on the whole (but we’re certain will come back strong next college admissions cycle). See which school admitted the highest percentage of first-generation college students (students who will be the first in their families to attend college). See which school saw a drop in applications. See which schools admitted more males than females, counter to the national trend. See the percentage of Asian and Asian American students among admitted students (being as this is quite the hot topic in the college admissions world right now). And see how deans of admission, for the umpteenth year in a row, boasted about their tremendous incoming classes. Can you imagine if they said it was only a mediocre year? Not. Going. To happen.
And, while you’re examining the Ivy League admissions statistics for the Class of 2019, be sure to check out the equivalent statistics for the Class of 2018, 2017, 2016, and so many other classes of years past. We’ve got all of those college admissions statistics, too, for our loyal readers. We hope you find it helpful. Have a question? Let us know your question on our compiled college admissions statistics by posting a Comment below. We look forward to hearing from you.