All the Ivy League Schools’ 2023 Admission Statistics

The eight Ivy League schools released their admission statistics for the Class of 2023. As always, significantly more students applied than were accepted. And once again, it was harder than ever to get in.

Below is a chart of the Class of 2023 acceptance data released by the Ivies.

Congratulations to all our students and those worldwide who were accepted!

College/ University Total # of App Received # of Accepted Regular Decision # of Accepted Early Decision/ Action Overall Acceptance Rate
Brown University 38,674 1,013 769 6.6%
Columbia University 42,569 2,190* 5.1%
Cornell University 49,118
1,395 10.6%
Dartmouth University 23,650 1,302 574 7.9%
Harvard University 43,330 1,950 935 4.5%
Princeton University 32,804 1,152 743 5.77%
University of Pennsylvania 44,960 2,066 1,279 7.44%
Yale University 36,843 1,384 794 5.91%

* The number includes students admitted through early action/early decision.

Below are some stats on the admitted students. More information can be found at the links in the chart above. All the colleges admitted students from all 50 states and from a wide range of countries.

Brown: 49 percent of admitted students identify as people of color. First-generation students account for 14 percent of admitted students. 13 percent of admitted students are international.33 percent of admitted students indicated an intended concentration in the physical sciences. Admitted students interested in the humanities make up 18 percent of the cohort.

Cornell: Of accepted students, 32 percent identify as underrepresented minorities, and 54.9 percent of admitted students are students of color. Over half of the prospective students – 54.9 percent – are women. Cornell also accepted 670 first-generation students.

Dartmouth: 51 percent of admitted U.S. citizens are people of color, 16 percent of the admitted class are first-generation college students, and about 40 percent come from low or middle-income families (defined a household with less than $200,000 in annual income). 12 percent of all admitted students are citizens of a foreign country. 9 percent of accepted U.S. citizens are legacies.

Harvard: International students make up 12.3 percent of the admitted class. The percentage of Asian-American admits increased to 25.4 percent. The percentage of Latinx admits increased to 12.4 percent, while the percentage of Native American and Native Hawaiian admits increased to 2.6 percent. The percentages of African-American and first-generation admits decreased to 14.8 percent African American and 16.4 percent first-gen.

Princeton: Of the students offered admission, 18 percent will be first-generation college students and 26 percent from lower-income backgrounds.52 percent are women and 48 percent are men; 56 percent have self-identified as people of color, including biracial and multiracial students; 63 percent of the admitted students come from public schools. Just over 23 percent of admitted students indicated they want to study engineering, and 15 percent of applicants are interested in studying the humanities. Children of Princeton alumni account for 11 percent of the admitted students.

University of Pennsylvania: 53 percent of the admitted students are female, 51 percent are U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents who self-identify as students of color, and 15 percent are first-generation college students. 13 percent of the admitted students had a parent or grandparent attend Penn in prior generations.

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