Brown University Class of 2024 Early Decision Statistics

Brown University received 4,562 applications for admission this Early Decision cycle. This figure compares to 4,230 ED applications to the Brown Class of 2023 and 3,502 applications to the Brown Class of 2022. In fact, this year’s Early Decision application tally marks an all-time record for the Providence, Rhode Island-based … 

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Brown Dean of Admission

Brown University has appointed a new Dean of Admission, effective July 1st. Jim Miller, who has been charged with leading the Brown admissions office for some time, previously announced his retirement. Brown’s new Dean of Admission will be Logan Powell. Powell, who has worked in the admissions field for about … 

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Shame on Brown University

And shame on Princeton and Harvard, too! Yesterday, we wrote about three Ivy League universities that do right by veterans, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, and Columbia University. To recap, the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill covers only part of a university’s tuition. For a public university, that figure is $8,900 annually. For … 

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Brown University Recruits

An article in “The Brown Daily Herald” by Ethan McCoy and Lindor Qunaj points out that Brown University struggles against its Ivy League counterparts in luring middle-class recruited athletes to come to Brown University once admitted. Why does it matter that they’re middle class? Well, according to the article, “Families … 

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Brown University Admissions

At yesterday’s annual “State of Brown” address in which Brown University administrators delivered a speech about the major issues facing the university, the Dean of Admission, Jim Miller, made an interesting prediction. He, like many admissions counselors who analyze demographic trends in the admissions process each year, believes there will … 

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