What do the early admission rates look like this year?

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University of Georgia: The University of Georgia offered 8,086 early action applicants to the Class of 2025. A total of 20,901 applications were received, up 27 percent from the previous year, resulting in an admit rate of 39 percent.


Georgia Tech University: Georgia Tech announced that it admitted 2,330 Early Action 1 applicants to the Class of 2025. Early Action 1 is for Georgia residents only. Early Action 1 applications exceed 6,000, resulting in an admission rate of 38 percent.


Emory University: Emory University admitted 769 Early Decision I applicants to the Class of 2025. 614 were admitted solely to Emory College, 337 solely to Oxford College and 182 to both. A total of 1,975 applications were received for admittance to Emory College, Oxford College at Emory or both.


University of Virginia: The University of Virginia announced today that it admitted 968 early decision applicants to the Class of 2025. A total of 2,937 early decision applications were received, up 38 percent year over year, resulting in an overall early admission rate of 33 percent. The resident admit rate was 39 percent versus 26 percent for non-residents. Early decision acceptances are expected to represent roughly 26 percent of the targeted class size of 3,750.


Johns Hopkins University: Johns Hopkins admitted 520 Early Decision I applicants to the Class of 2025. The EDI acceptance rate was 11 percent.


Yale University: Yale announced that they admitted 837 applicants to the Class of 2025 under Single Choice Early Action. A record 7,939 applications were received, up 38 percent year over year, resulting in an early admission rate of 10.5 percent. 50 percent of applicants were deferred, 38 percent were denied, and 1 percent were withdrawn or incomplete.


Dartmouth University: Dartmouth accepted 566 applicants (including 21 matched through QuestBridge) to the Class of 2025 under early decision. Early decision applicants totaled 2,664, up 29 percent year over year, resulting in an acceptance rate of 21 percent. Dartmouth anticipates these early admits will account for 49 percent of this year's targeted class of 1,150.


Brown University: Dartmouth accepted 566 applicants (including 21 matched through QuestBridge) to the Class of 2025 under early decision. Early decision applicants totaled 2,664, up 29 percent year over year, resulting in an acceptance rate of 21 percent. Dartmouth anticipates these early admits will account for 49 percent of this year's targeted class of 1,150.


Harvard University: Harvard announced today that it admitted 747 applicants to the Class of 2025 under restrictive early action. A total of 10,086 early applications were received, up 57 percent year over year, resulting in an early admission rate of 7.4 percent.


University of Notre Dame: The University of Notre Dame announced it admitted 1,672 restrictive early action applicants to the Class of 2025. A total of 7,744 early applications were received, up 6 percent year over year, resulting in an overall admission rate of 22 percent.


Duke University: Duke announced today that it received 5,036 early decision applications for the Class of 2025, up 18 percent year over year. With 840 students admitted, resulting in an early decision rate of 17 percent. The slightly lower than normal number of admitted students this year is due to more Class of 2024 students taking a gap year.


Rice University: Rice University admitted 421 early decision applicants to the Class of 2024.

Early decision applications rose 29 percent to 2,635, resulting in an admission rate of 16 percent.

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