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24 March 2022

Class of 2026 Admission Results

Posted in Class of 2026

UPDATE #11 (3/24)

gradcapsairHere's our updated list of reported overall admission rates for the Class of 2026. Results are now available for Amherst College, Boston College, Bucknell, Case Western, Colby, Colorado College, Florida State, Fordham,  Franklin & Marshall, Johns Hopkins, Macalester, MIT, Northeastern, Notre Dame, Swarthmore, University of Georgia, University of Southern California, University of Virginia, Wellesley and Williams.  Latest year application totals are available for many more.

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Class of 2026 Overall Admission Rates

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InstitutionAppliedAdmittedRateLink
Amherst 14,800 1,025 7% Admissions
Boston College 40,477 6,678 16% Admissions
Boston University 80,747     Link
Bucknell 11,682 3,797 33% Admissions
Case Western 38,000 9,500 25% Admissions
Colby 16,891 1,258 7% Link
Colorado College 11,007 1,266 12% Admissions
Florida State 74,000 17,000 23% Link
Fordham 46,000 24,380 53% Admissions
F&M 9,200 3,220 35% Link
Johns Hopkins 37,100 2,408 6% Link
Macalester 9,622 2,406 25% Link
MIT 33,976 1,337 4% Link
Northeastern 91,000 6,100 7% Admissions
Pomona   736   Link
Swarthmore 14,700 1,021 7% Link
Trinity College 6,198     Link
Tufts 34,800     Link
Union College 8,436     Link
UC Berkeley 128,192     Link
UC Davis 94,725     Link
UC Irvine 119,165     Link
UCLA 149,779     Link
UC Merced 26,043     Link
UC Riverside 54,365     Link
UCSD 131,226     Link
UCSB 110,991     Link
UCSC 65,886     Link
Georgia 39,615 16,600 42% Link
Notre Dame 26,506 3,412 13% Link
USC 69,000 8,200 12% Admissions
Virginia 50,962 9,522 19% Link
Wellesley 8,700 1,131 13% Link
Williams 15,321 1,304 9% Admissions
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