Inside Yale’s Admissions Process

There was a recently released podcast episode for “The Yale Daily News’” “Cross Campus” entitled “Inside the Yale Admissions Machine” that we figured we’d share with our readers. The podcast features an interview conducted by Yale undergraduate Allison Park with Yale’s Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Jeremiah Quinlan. And while much … 

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DOJ Probes Yale Admissions Practices

The United States Department of Justice has opened up a new probe related to college admissions practices. In this latest probe, the DOJ is investigating Yale University’s decision-making in admissions as it relates to race — particularly with respect to Asian American applicants to the school. As we have long … 

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Yale University Class of 2022

Yale University has released its admissions notifications for the Class of 2022. In all, 35,306 students applied for admission to Yale this year. Of these students, 2,229 earned admission. As our regular readers may remember, Yale had a banner Early Action cycle when a record 5,733 students submitted SCEA applications … 

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Yale Viral Admissions Video

In the age of viral videos, no university’s admissions office has released a more fun and engaging video touting why students should choose their school than Yale University. For those who haven’t been glued to their computers and iPads for several years watching these admissions videos, allow us to fill … 

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A Tribute To Richard Moll

Richard Moll, a former admissions officer at Harvard and Yale and Dean of Admissions at Bowdoin, UC Santa Cruz, and Vassar, was an inspiration to our Founder when she first got into the profession. Many in the highly selective college admissions community would argue that Richard Moll was a controversial, … 

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What Yale Looks For

Curious what Yale looks for in applicants? Why not hear directly from the horse’s mouth, right? According to Yale’s website, “Many years ago, former Yale President Kingman Brewster wrote that selecting future Yale students was a combination of looking for those who would make the most of the extraordinary resources … 

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