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Class of 2022 Early Admission Rates

Wed, Dec 13, 2017 @ 11:28 AM

class of 2022 early admit rates harvardHere are the Early Admissions Statistics for the Class of 2022

The first members of the college class of 2022 are in! Are you curious to see how this year’s early applicants compared to the class of 2021? Here’s our breakdown of the early admission numbers for the class of 2022. More decisions will be released later this week, along with statistics, so we will be updating as more information becomes available!

Early Application Numbers

Many colleges and universities reported a record-high number of early applicants to the class of 2022.

The University of Pennsylvania reported the largest early decision pool in the school’s history, with 7,074 applicants – an increase of 15% over last year. Northwestern University also reported a record-high number of early applicants, with 4,058 applying to the institution.

At Yale University, 5,733 students applied for the school’s early action round, the largest early applicant pool in the Ivy League institution’s history.

Admission Rates

Early admit rates for the Class of 2022 are expected to be very similar to the stats for the class of 2021, with some schools reporting a lower early admission rate, while some may actually increase.

Here are some available early admission rates for the Class of 2022 compared to early admission rates for the class of 2021:

School

Class of 2022 Early Admission Rate

Class of 2021 Early Admission Rate

Brown University

21%

21.9%

Cornell University

TBD

25.6%

Dartmouth College

24.9%

27.7%

Duke University

21.4%

24.5%

Georgetown University

TBD

11.9%

Harvard University

14.5%

14.5%

Johns Hopkins University

29.9%

30.5%

Middlebury College

EDI: 50%

48.7%

MIT

6.9%

7.8%

Princeton University

14.8%

15.4%

University of Pennsylvania

18.5%

22%

Williams College

TBD

35.3%

Yale University

14.7%

17.1%

Deferrals

For many early admission applicants, decisions don’t yield a ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ but rather a deferral – meaning their application will be considered again in the regular round.

This year, Harvard deferred 4,822 applicants – about 74% of students who applied in the early round. That’s an especially high number of deferrals compared to other institutions, leaving a lot of students wondering what to do next.

For those who were deferred, here's what you need to know about the decision and what you can do to improve your chances of admission in the regular round. If you need additional help, contact us today for more information on our deferral consultation.

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