Stanford, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Julliard, Cooper Union, Princeton, U of Chicago, and Brown Admit Fewer than 10% of Applicants

The New York Times just released its sampling of college admission rates among selective schools. This year 9 universities accepted fewer than 10% of its applicants, and Stanford and Harvard dipped below the 6% mark. The most selective schools in 2013 are: 

  1. Stanford, 5.69%

  2. Harvard, 5.79%

  3. Yale, 6.72%

  4. Columbia, 6.72%

  5. Julliard, 7.0%

  6. Cooper Union, 7.27%

  7. Princeton, 7.29%

  8. Chicago, 8.81%

  9. Brown, 8.81%

Dartmouth narrowly missed this list, admitting 10.05% of its applications.

To read more, visit The New York Times’ 2013 College Acceptance Rates.