Tough Year For Early and Regular Applications

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Our thanks to George Fan and College Kickstart LLC for compiling the follow statistics to help us understand student outcomes for college admission in fall 2016. Independent consultants and school-base counselors alike saw some of their top students wait listed or turned down at colleges that in past years had been sure “50-50” and “safety” schools.

As families seek to understand the increased competitiveness across the board, students are trying to make their  college choice. Financial aid packages are being examined, closely. Do not hesitate to contact with financial aid office to meet and discuss the award, and request additional grant.

College loans can be onerous. It is worth the effort to meet or speak with a financial aid officer and request an additional grant to make it possible for you to attend.

Sarah C Reese                                                                                        Informed Educational Solutions

April 7, 2016

 

 

Class of 2020 Regular Admission Results

College Kickstart LLC

Institution Applied Admitted Rate  
Amherst 8,397 1,149 14%  
Barnard 7,071 1,131 16%  
Bowdoin 6,788 970 14%  
Brown 32,380 2,919 9%  
Carleton 6,500 1,430 22%  
Columbia 36,292 2,193 6%  
Cornell 44,966 6,277 14%  
Dartmouth 20,675 2,176 11%  
Duke 32,202 3,319 10%  
Emory (Emory) 19,924 4,927 25%  
Emory (Oxford) 8,644 3,282 38%  
George Washington 25,541 10,942 43%  
Georgetown 27,029 4,168 15%  
Georgia Tech 30,520 7,630 25%  
Hamilton 5,230 1,317 25%  
Harvard 39,041 2,037 5%  
Johns Hopkins 27,095 3,098 11%  
Kenyon 6,400 1,688 26%  
Macalester 5,946 2,081 35%  
Middlebury 8,820 1,415 16%  
MIT 19,020 1,485 8%  
Northwestern 35,099 3,751 11%  
Pomona 8,104 743 9%  
Princeton 29,303 1,894 6%  
Stanford 43,997 2,063 5%  
Swarthmore 7,717 963 12%  
Tufts 20,222 2,831 14%  
UC Berkeley 82,558 12,226 15%  
Notre Dame 19,499 3,665 19%  
UPenn 38,918 3,661 9%  
USC 54,100 8,920 16%  
Virginia 32,426 9,416 29%  
Vanderbilt 32,100 3,326 10%  
Wake Forest 13,860 4,019 29%  
Williams 6,982 1,206 17%  
Yale 31,455 1,972 6%  

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WAIT LIST.

Waitlist Admission Rates and Notification Dates (2015-16)

College Kickstart LLC

Institution Waitlist Offered Waitlist Accepted Waitlist Admitted Admit Rate Notification Date  
American 2,778 269 8 3% by 5/15  
Amherst 1,398 643 33 5%    
Barnard 1,195 130 6 5% beginning 5/15  
Bates 1,535 671 11 2% typically early May – late June, no later than August 1  
Boston College 7,072 3,897 351 9% by 7/1  
Bowdoin         by 7/31  
Cal Poly SLO 1,888   134   by 5/15  
Carleton 1,350 442 16 4%    
Carnegie Mellon 5,526 2,835 4 0% by 6/1 (priority waitlist candidates first)  
Claremont McKenna 919 453 75 17%    
Colby 1,497 634 42 7%    
Colgate 1,896 913 49 5% by 8/1  
College of William & Mary 3,552 1,676 187 11% status mid-June, decision by 8/1  
Colorado College 1,119 232 24 10% most by mid-May, some as late as June  
Colorado School of Mines 1,654 236 6 3% by 5/21  
Connecticut College 1,306 637 61 10%    
Cornell 3,583 2,231 81 4%    
Dartmouth 1,852 963 129 13% mid-May to 7/1  
Emory (Emory) 3,809 1,910 45 2% by 6/1  
George Washington 3,827 1,354 62 5%    
Georgetown 2,188 1,301 141 11%    
Georgia Tech 3,397 2,031 38 2% by 6/1  
Hamilton 958 365 47 13%    
Hampshire 128 47 5 11% early May  
Harvey Mudd 534 354 11 3%    
Haverford 883 354 12 3%    
Johns Hopkins 2,752 1,747 187 11%    
Kenyon 2,876 998 17 2% early May to mid-July  
Lewis & Clark 775 221 1 0% late April to mid-May  
Middlebury 1,304 530 33 6% early May to mid-June  
MIT 652 575 52 9% by mid-May  
Mt. Holyoke 785 459 7 2%    
NC State 2,433 1,010 19 2% by 6/15  
Northwestern 2,614 1,452 43 3%    
Oberlin 1,126 459 86 19%    
Occidental 705 359 26 7%    
Pitzer 1,021 895 23 3% by 7/15  
Pomona 842 492 38 8% beginning early to mid-May  
Princeton 1,206 857 39 5%    
Rice 2,237 1,659 127 8% by 7/1  
Scripps 641 284 0 0% beginning mid-May  
Smith 773 398 132 33%    
SMU 1,757 572 122 21%    
Stanford 1,256 927 0 0% update mid-May, finalized by 7/1  
Trinity College 1,766 664 16 2% mid-April to 7/1  
Tulane 3,413 921 0 0% by 6/1  
UC Davis 9,033 2,733 2,030 74% by 6/1  
UC Irvine 7,361 4,035 131 3%    
UC Riverside 6,231 3,737 2,770 74%    
UC Santa Barbara 5,006 2,910 278 10% by 6/30  
UC Santa Cruz 3,655 1,320 0 0% early June  
UIUC 3,008 1,875 1,015 54% by early June  
UMass Amherst 5,450 1,278 26 2%    
Michigan 14,960 4,512 90 2% late June  
UNC – Chapel Hill 3,144 1,513 78 5% by 6/30  
Notre Dame 1,602 869 0 0% mid-May to late June  
Oregon 1,186 481 31 6% by 6/15  
U Richmond 4,070 1,547 151 10% 5/1 – 6/30  
Vermont 3,759 866 0 0% by 6/1  
Virginia 4,547 2,081 402 19% 5/7 – 6/30  
Vassar 1,017 485 10 2% early May to 7/1  
Virginia Tech 2,118 1,544 0 0% by 7/1  
Washington and Lee 1,983 764 193 25% beginning late April  
Wellesley 1,404 843 30 4% 3rd week in May to 6/30  
Wesleyan 1,877 884 12 1% by 6/30  
Whitman 872 370 67 18%    
Willamette 433 168 53 32%    
Williams 1,603 573 53 9%    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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