Dec 9, 2011 — Stanford’s Office of Undergraduate Admission sent acceptance letters to 755 applicants seeking admission to the Class of 2016 through the early action admission program.
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Stanford offered admission to 2,427 of the 34,348 high school students who applied to become members of the Class of 2015. This implies an admission rate of nearly 7.1%, slightly lower than 7.2% last year. “Stanford has been exceedingly fortunate to attract a simply amazing group of applicants from all over the world,” [...]
The Stanford Daily reported that the school’s admissions office had received approximately 5,950 applications under its restrictive early-action program, a 7% increase from 2009.
U.S. News Best Colleges 2011 and Forbes America’s Best Colleges 2010 have dominated the college admissions headlines recently.
According to The Stanford Daily, a record 72% to 73% of the 2,300 students admitted to Stanford this year have accepted their offers.
Class of 2014 Admission Results for Duke, Penn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Northwestern, MIT, Stanford and More….
Stanford admitted 2,300 of 32,000 applicants to the Class of 2014 and placed 998 on the wait list.
Harvard, Princeton, Brown, Penn, Chicago and other universities received record numbers of applications for the Class of 2014.
More than 30% of the Class of 2014 has been admitted under binding Early Decision programs at Cornell, Dartmouth, Swarthmore, Columbia, Amherst, Williams College, Middlebury, Wesleyan (CT) and Northwestern.
More than 30% of the Class of 2014 has been admitted under binding Early Decision programs at Cornell, Dartmouth, Swarthmore, Columbia, Amherst, Williams College, Middlebury and Northwestern.
Penn, Brown University, Duke University and Dartmouth College reported increases in early decision applications for the Class of 2014. Yale University, which has a non-binding early action programs, experienced a 5-percent decrease in applications. Stanford University, offering a single-choice early option action saw a 4-percent increase in applications.