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April 20, 2010
Stanford received more than 32,000 applications to the Class of 2014, and admitted 2,300 students. Stanford Admits 7.2% - Record Low A record-low 6.9% of applicants were accepted to the Harvard College Class of 2014. Applications exceeded 30,000 for the first time ever, Columbia College received 21,747 applications total, up from 21,274 last year and […]

Stanford received more than 32,000 applications to the Class of 2014, and admitted 2,300 students. Stanford Admits 7.2% - Record Low

A record-low 6.9% of applicants were accepted to the Harvard College Class of 2014. Applications exceeded 30,000 for the first time ever,

Columbia College received 21,747 applications total, up from 21,274 last year and 19,117 the year before. This year, 1,805 of these applicants were admitted. Columbia College, combined with the School of Engineering and Applied Science, reported that 9.16% of overall applicants for the Class of 2014 were accepted.

Duke University offered admission this year to 3,972, or 15% of applicants, down from 18% last year.

The University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia admitted 14% of nearly 27,000 applicants.

Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, admitted 18% of a record 36,337 applicants.

The University of Chicago offered admission to 3,560, or 18% of 19,370 applicants. 27% of applicants were admitted to the Class of 2013.

MIT, in Cambridge, Massachusetts admitted 9.7% of 16,632 applicants. Last year MIT admitted 11%.

Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire received 18,778 applications for the Class of 2014 and admitted 11.5%.

Northwestern University in Illinois, accepted 23% of applicants well below the 27% accepted last year.

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