美国大学2010年入学学生录取信息

(本表数据来源于纽约时报)

大学 申请人数 录取学生 录取率 Wait List人数 Wait List录取人数 注册人数 录取新生注册率
American (D.C.) 16,939 7,373 44% 2,025 40 1,578 21%
Amherst (Mass.) 8,099 1,239 15% 1,098 2 501 40%
Barnard (N.Y.) 4,618 1,293 28% N/A 54 591 46%
Bates (Me.) 4,518 1,416 31% 846 83 500 35%
Boston College 29,933 9,310 31% 6,026 103 2,359 25%
Boston U. 38,270 22,143 58% 2,370 8 4207 19%
Bowdoin (Me.) 6,018 1,185 20% N/A 0 512 43%
Brown (R.I.) 30,135 2,820 9% N/A N/A 1,500 53%
Bucknell (Pa.) 7,178 2,252 31% 1,988 79 937 42%
California Institute of Technology 4,859 610 13% 529 7 226 37%
Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 15,487 5,164 33% 4,463 70 1,526 30%
Claremont McKenna (Calif.) 4,264 732 17% 905 0 318 43%
Colby (Me.) 4,207 1,445 34% 971 9 494 34%
Colgate (N.Y.) 7,871 2,596 33% N/A 0 870 34%
College of N.J. 9,956 4,707 47% 1,322 28 1,444 31%
Columbia (N.Y.) 26,178 2,472 9% N/A 75 1,431 58%
Connecticut College 5,301 1,678 32% 1,387 0 503 30%
Cooper Union (N.Y.) 3,354 279 8% 74 4 212 76%
Cornell (N.Y.) 36,338 6,673 18% 2,561 0 3,238 49%
Dartmouth (N.H.) 18,778 2,165 12% 1,800 19 1,149 53%
Davidson (N.C.) 4,090 1,214 30% 963 14 503 41%
Dickinson (Pa.) 5,030 2,402 48% 432 12 671 28%
Duke (N.C.) 26,770 4,207 16% 3,381 200 1,768 42%
Elon (N.C.) 9,771 4,737 48% 3,403 159 1,377 29%
Emerson (Mass.) 6,865 3,200 47% 1,337 78 864 27%
Emory (Ga.) 15,550 4,488 29% 3,113 46 1,387 31%
Fashion Institute of Technology (N.Y.) 5,572 1,684 30% N/A N/A 1,268 75%
George Washington (D.C.) 21,177 6,666 31% 2,100 20 2,435 37%
Georgetown (D.C.) 18,077 3,619 20% 2,118 116 1,580 44%
Georgia Tech 13,553 6,976 51% 1,506 311 2,785 40%
Grinnell (Iowa) 3,200 1,228 38% 769 13 420 34%
Hamilton (N.Y.) 4,857 1,431 29% 1,104 52 477 33%
Harvard (Mass.) 30,489 2,184 7% N/A 70 1,667 76%
Holy Cross (Mass.) 6,911 2,450 35% 1,691 18 741 30%
Johns Hopkins (Md.) 18,459 3,794 21% 3,727 33 1,267 33%
Juilliard (N.Y.) 2,467 187 8% 40 5 131 70%
Kenyon (Ohio) 4,066 1,598 39% 776 0 485 30%
Lafayette (Pa.) 5,822 2,425 42% 1,439 28 645 27%
Lehigh (Pa.) 10,337 3,900 38% 2,437 15 1,236 32%
Macalester (Minn.) 4,317 1,837 43% 583 0 525 29%
M.I.T. (Mass.) 16,632 1,676 10% 722 65 1,070 64%
Middlebury (Vt.) 7,984 1,375 17% N/A N/A 577 42%
Muhlenberg (Pa.) 4,569 2,194 48% 1,451 16 612 28%
New York University 38,037 11,327 30% 2,628 117 3,953 35%
Northeastern (Mass.) 37,691 14,286 38% 4,994 163 2,800 20%
Northwestern (Ill.) 27,615 6,380 23% 3,188 21 2,125 33%
Penn State 39,256 19,960 51% 1,315 680 5,650 28%
Pepperdine (Calif.) 7,942 2,187 28% 1,625 20 680 31%
Pomona (Calif.) 6,765 990 15% 500 0 404 41%
Princeton (N.J.) 26,247 2,148 8% 1,451 N/A N/A N/A
Purdue (Ind.) 31,002 20,085 65% 571 155* 6,682 33%
Rensselaer Polytechnic (N.Y.) 13,643 5,369 39% 1,561 72 1,159 22%
Rice (Tex.) 12,392 2,634 21% 2,521 131 958 36%
Rutgers, New Brunswick (N.J.) 29,382 17,425 59% 1,652 176 6,000 34%
Skidmore (N.Y.) 6,044 2,846 47% 1,448 0 750 26%
Stanford (Calif.) 32,022 2,340 7% 999 40 1,675 72%
SUNY Binghamton (N.Y.) 27,163 10,828 40% 1,376 28 2,187 20%
SUNY Geneseo (N.Y.) 9,885 3,711 38% 1,800 0 1,035 28%
SUNY Stony Brook (N.Y.) 27,814 11,374 41% 1,847 31 2,700 24%
Swarthmore (Pa.) 6,040 974 16% 996 7 391 40%
Syracuse (N.Y.) 22,914 13,659 60% 2,449 8 3,446 25%
Texas A.&M. 26,632 15,991 60% 7,700 451 8,100 51%
Trinity College (Conn.) 4,687 2,023 43% 1,337 28 587 29%
Tufts (Mass.) 15,434 3,756 24% N/A 0 1,339 36%
Tulane (La.) 43,817 11,371 26% 4,800 44 1,694 15%
U.C., Berkeley 50,312 12,914 26% 202 0 5,247 41%
U.C.L.A. 57,658 13,088 23% 0 0 4,801 37%
U. of Chicago 19,353 3,623 19% N/A 71 1,416 39%
U. of Colorado, Boulder 21,107 17,423 83% 949 0 5,215 30%
U. of Connecticut 22,138 11,947 54% 3,464 479 3,235 27%
U. of Delaware 26,518 12,755 48% 2,215 593 3,422 27%
U. of Florida 27,306 11,464 42% 0 0 6,400 56%
U. of Iowa 17,146 13,871 81% 0 0 4,485 32%
U. of Maryland, College Park 26,125 11,667 45% 1,023 0 4,000 34%
U.N.C., Chapel Hill 23,174 7,461 32% 2,258 486 4,041 54%
U. of Pennsylvania 26,939 3,847 14% 3,000 40 2,426 63%
U. of Rochester 12,697 4,893 39% 765 2 1,232 25%
U. of Southern California 35,800 8,725 24% 0 0 2,900 33%
U. of Vermont 22,314 15,748 71% 3,176 0 2,475 16%
U. of Virginia 22,516 7,200 32% 3,746 200 3,300 46%
U. of Washington 22,840 12,956 57% 2,582 426 5,669 44%
U. of Wisconsin, Madison 25,488 14,384 56% 2,500 0 6,138 43%
Vanderbilt (Tenn.) 21,827 3,906 18% N/A 166 1,600 41%
Vassar (N.Y.) 7,822 1,847 24% 1,421 0 680 37%
Virginia Tech 20,083 13,412 67% 2,100 0 5,378 40%
Villanova (Pa.) 14,376 6,478 45% 4,957 479 1,684 26%
Wake Forest (N.C.) 10,563 4,232 40% N/A N/A 1,233 29%
Washington & Lee (Va.) 6,624 1,255 19% 2,148 55 480 38%
Washington U. in St. Louis 24,939 5,286 21% N/A 0 1,635 31%
Wesleyan (Conn.) 10,656 2,190 21% N/A N/A 745 34%
Wheaton (Ill.) 2,083 1,326 64% 343 58 601 45%
Williams (Mass.) 6,636 1,236 19% 1,125 32 552 45%
Yale (Conn.) 25,869 1,940 7% 932 N/A N/A N/A