Princeton University offered admission to 2,282 students, or 8.39% of the record 27,189 applicants to the Class of 2015. Princeton’s final admission rates were 8.8% for the Class of 2014 and 10.1% for the Class of 2013. The Class of 2015 applicant pool nearly doubled from seven years ago. “Our competitive acceptance [...]
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Harvard College announced that it will restore its early admissions program starting this fall, four years after it eliminated the option on the grounds that it tended to attract better prepared students from families with higher incomes. On the same day Harvard made its announcement, Princeton revealed that it too would re-instate early action next [...]
U.S. News Best Colleges 2011 and Forbes America’s Best Colleges 2010 have dominated the college admissions headlines recently.
Princeton University has admitted a record-low 8.18% of 26,247 applicants to the Class of 2014. 2,148 students were offered admission, making it the most selective this year’s admission process in Princeton University’s history.
Princeton Review released its 2010 list of colleges and universities that give the most for your money. Topping the private school list: (1) Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, PA); (2) Harvard College (Cambridge, MA); (3) Wesleyan College (Macon, GA); (4) Princeton University (Princeton, NJ); (5) Yale University (New Haven, CT); (6) Williams College (Williamstown, MA); (7) Rice [...]