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Colleges 2017

Colleges 2017

Statistics from the 2017 America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report for 2015-16 freshman class.

School % accepted total applicants number accepted % Asian-Am. in student body
Stanford 5.04 42,497 2,140 20
Harvard 5.58 37,307 2,080 20
Columbia 6.12 36,250 2,220 22
Juilliard School 6.43 2,551 164 15

Dropped from 30% in 1993 to 15% in 2016.  Stop donating.

Yale 6.72 30,236 2,031 17
Princeton 7.14 27,290 1,948 22
MIT 8.30 18,306 1,519 25
U. of Chicago 8.44 30,069 2,521 17
U.S. Naval Academy 8.53 16,101 1,373 7
CalTech 8.81 6,506 573 45
Brown 9.46 30,396 2,875 13
U.S. Military Academy 10.15 14,635 1,486 6
U. of Pennsylvania 10.16 37,268 3,787 20
Pomona 10.29 8,099 833 14
Claremont McKenna 10.96 7,156 784 10
Dartmouth 10.97 20,507 2,250 15
Vanderbilt 11.68 31,464 3,674 12
Duke 11.84 30,112 3,566 22
Swarthmore 12.48 7,818 976 17
Harvey Mudd 12.96 4,119 534 20*
Cooper Union 13.08 3,258 426 17*
Johns Hopkins 13.16 24,718 3,252 22
Northwestern 13.23 32,122 4,248 18
Pitzer 13.47 4,149 559 9
Amherst 14.12 8,568 1,210 14
Average 17.6%

*decrease from prior year
10/20/16 Cornell Sun: “Students Debate Implications of Race-Based Admissions for Asian Americans”
By Emma Newburger
The Cornell Speech and Debate Society and Dyson Inclusion and Diversity Program hosted a debate Thursday, discussing whether Asian Americans should support or oppose race-based admissions policies.

Students Debate Implications of Race-Based Admissions for Asian Americans

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