Application Fees Around the Ivy League

Curious to know the application fee for undergraduate admission at each of the eight Ivy League schools last year? Stay awake at night wondering no more. We’ve got this data for our readers. Brown University, Harvard University, Princeton University, and University of Pennsylvania each charged $75 per application. Cornell University, … 

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An Analysis of College Application Fees

Which university in America takes in the most money from college application fees? Wonder no more. We’ve got that data — for students who enrolled in the fall of 2016, courtesy of “24/7 Wall Street.” It’s the University of California – Los Angeles. UCLA charged applicants $70 and the school … 

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Ivy League Application Fee Revenue

How much revenue does Harvard University generate from application fees? During the 2017 admissions cycle, excluding application fee waivers, Harvard took in about $2,962,950 in application fees. And how does that figure stack up against its Ivy League peers? Well, as reports “The Daily Pennsylvanian,” the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell … 

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