Monday, March 31, 2008

Admissions Office Sends Out Letters Today

This year's admissions' numbers are in. Some facts:
  • A 16.6% increase in applicants over last year
  • An admission rate of 13.2%
  • 38.5% were valedictorians
  • Mean SATs: 726 for Verbal; 731 for Math; 726 for Writing
  • 43% are minorities—highest percent of admitted minorities in school's history
  • 14.8% are first generation college students
  • 51% are projected to need financial aid
  • 179 international students from 59 countries
  • 10 more women than men
The full press release is here.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Clearly the College is suffering because of the alumni controversy.

Anonymous said...

boo white people

Anonymous said...

white people who are hispanic get a boost if the college considers hispanics a minority

Anonymous said...

I though diversity was just a way of enriching the college experience for white prep-school boys. How much enriching do they need?

Anonymous said...

The first four comments are unfortunately typical of the Review's luddite-like supporters. Too bad we have to put up with them, but that's one of the privileges of democracy.