Rating

 Статистика по приему в Университеты  

SchoolAcceptance RateEarly DecisionEarly Acceptance RateTop 10% of the High School ClassSAT (25/75 percentile)
Brown9%Decision19%93%2000-2300
Columbia6.9%Decision20%97%2100-2330
Cornell16.2%Decision29.5%89%1310-1520§
Dartmouth9.8%Decision25%90%2030-2350
Harvard6.3%Action18%95%2080-2370
Penn12.4%Decision25.3%94%2060-2330
Princeton7.9%Action18.3%99%1410-1590§
Yale7.1%Action14%97%2120-2390

                                                                                                                                       Figures are for the Fall entering class.

                    Ivy League Admissions – Class of 2020

  Ivy Legue Schools sent notification letters to their fall 2011 early applicants in mid-December. The following table summarizes the information we have to date on the number of EA applications received and accepted at each school.

SchoolEarly Applications Received in 2010*% of Early Applicants Accepted in 2010*Early Applications Received in 2009% of Early Applicants Accepted in 2009
Brown2,84820%2,40424%
Columbia2,27525%N/AN/A
Cornell3,59433%3,44237%
Dartmouth1,59429%1,54926%
HarvardN/AN/AN/AN/A
Penn3,85134%3,66331%
Princeton N/AN/AN/AN/A
Yale5,26114%5,55713%

                                                                                                                       * Figures reflect applications for and admissions to freshman admissions.

Members

InstitutionLocationAthletic nicknameUndergraduate enrollmentGraduate enrollmentTotal enrollment2013 Endowment
(and US rank)
Academic staffMotto
Brown UniversityProvidence,
Rhode Island
Bears6,3162,3338,649$2.7 billion (30th)736In Deo Speramus
(In God We Hope)
Columbia UniversityNew York,
New York
Lions7,16015,76022,920$8.2 billion (9th)3,763In lumine Tuo videbimus lumen
(In Thy light shall we see the light)
Cornell UniversityIthaca,
New York
Big Red13,9316,70220,633$5.3 billion (18th)2,908I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study.
Dartmouth CollegeHanover,
New Hampshire
Big Green4,2481,8936,141$3.7 billion (22nd)571Vox clamantis in deserto
(The voice of one crying in the wilderness)
Harvard UniversityCambridge,
Massachusetts
Crimson7,18114,04421,225$32.3 billion (1st)4,671Veritas
(Truth)
Princeton UniversityPrinceton,
New Jersey
Tigers5,1132,4797,592$18.2 billion (5th)1,172Dei sub numine viget
(Under God’s power she flourishes)
University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia,
Pennsylvania
Quakers10,33710,30620,643$7.7 billion (11th)4,464Leges sine moribus vanae
(Laws without morals are useless)[23]
Yale UniversityNew Haven,
Connecticut
Bulldogs5,2756,39111,666$20.8 billion (2nd)4,140אורים ותומים
Lux et veritas
(Light and truth)

History

Year founded

InstitutionFoundedFounding affiliation
Harvard University1636 as New CollegeCalvinist (Congregationalist Puritans)
Yale University1701 as Collegiate SchoolCalvinist (Congregationalist)
University of Pennsylvania1740 as Unnamed Charity School Nonsectarian, founded by Church of England/Methodists members
Princeton University1746 as College of New JerseyNonsectarian, founded by Calvinist Presbyterians
Columbia University1754 as King’s CollegeChurch of England
Brown University1764 as the College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence PlantationsBaptist, founding charter promises “no religious tests” and “full liberty of conscience”
Dartmouth College1769Calvinist (Congregationalist)
Cornell University1865Nonsectarian

Note: Six of the eight Ivy League universities consider their founding dates to be simply the date that they received their charters and thus became legal corporations with the authority to grant academic degrees. Harvard University uses the date that the legislature of the Massachusetts Bay Colony formally allocated funds for the creation of a college. The University of Pennsylvania initially considered its founding date to be 1750; this is the year which appears on the first iteration of the university seal.[33] “Religious affiliation” refers to financial sponsorship, formal association with, and promotion by, a religious denomination. All of the schools in the Ivy League are private and not currently associated with any religion.