All eight of the Ivy League schools released their admission statistics for the Class of 2024. Below is a chart that captures this data. Congratulations to all of our students and those worldwide who were accepted!
|College/ University||Total # of Applications Received||# Accepted Regular Decision (RD)||RD Acceptance Rate||Early Decision / Early Action (ED/EA) Apps Received||# Accepted ED/EA||ED/EA Acceptance Rate|
|Columbia University||Approx. 40,100||Approx. 2,460||6.1%||Did not disclose||Did not disclose||N/A|
|Cornell University||No longer shares admission numbers publicly||N/A||N/A||6,615||1,576||22.6%|
|Princeton University||32,836||1,032||5.6%*||Did not disclose||791||N/A|
|University of Pennsylvania||42,205||3,404||8.1%||6,453||1,269||19.7%|
* Percentage of Early and Regular Decision applicants combined.
Below is some additional information on the admitted students. More information can be found at the links in the chart above. All of the colleges admitted students from all 50 states and from a wide range of countries.
Brown: 55% of those admitted identify as students of color. 18% of the admitted students are the first generation in their family to attend college. Admitted students come from 1,656 individual high schools – 61% attend public schools, 29% attend private schools, and 10% attend parochial schools. The top 10 intended concentrations include: engineering; computer science; political science; economics; biology; biochemistry and molecular biology; international and public affairs; English; neuroscience; and applied math.
Cornell: Cornell admitted 1,576 out of 6,615 Early Decision applicants, or 23.8%.
Dartmouth: International students make up 14% of the accepted cohort. The majority of these students come from the United Kingdom, followed by China, Canada, India, and Turkey. Approximately 27% of the accepted students are valedictorians and salutatorian, with 96% in the top 10% of their class. The prospective class includes 62% who applied for financial aid and 17% who are projected to be eligible for Pell grants.
Harvard: The percentage of Asian-American admits decreased to 24.5%. The percentage of Latinx admits increased to 12.7%, while the percentage of Native American and Native Hawaiian admits decreased to 2.2%. The percentage of African-American admits remained the same at 14.8%, and first-generation admits increased to 19.4%.
Princeton: Of those offered admission, 10% are international students; 17% will be first-generation college students; and more than 20% come from low-income backgrounds. 51% identify as women; 61% have identified as persons of color, including biracial and multiracial students; and 63% of the admitted students come from public schools. Nearly 24% of admitted students indicated they want to study engineering, and 15% are interested in studying the humanities. Children of Princeton alumni account for 10% of the admitted group.
University of Pennsylvania: 53% of the admitted students are female, 53% are U.S. citizens/Permanent Residents who self-identify as a minority group, and 15% are first-generation to attend college. 13% of admitted students had a parent or grandparent attend Penn.
Yale University: Yale admitted students from all 50 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and 72 countries. The students will graduate from more than 1,500 secondary schools around the world.
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