美国名校申请人数今年普遍上升

与去年相比, 今年美国名校申请人数普遍上升,凯斯西储大学与去年相比申请人数增加44.5%,哥伦比亚大学增加32.2%。有一个原因是使用通用申请的学校越来越多。因此申请明年入学的学生申请学校的数目要适当增加。

表一. 美国名校2011年入学的学生申请人数

(本表数据来源于纽约时报)

大学 2011年入学申请人数 2010年入学申请人数 改变率
American (D.C) 18,638 16,953 9.94%
Amherst (MA) 8,432 8,099 4.11%
Babson (MA) 5,074 4,061 24.94%
Barnard (NY) 5,133 4,618 11.15%
Bates (ME) 5,146 4,518 13.90%
Boston U. 41,734 38,275 9.04%
Boston College 33,000 29,933 10.25%
Bowdoin (ME) 6,503 6,018 8.06%
Brandeis (MA) 8,675 7,738 12.11%
Brown (RI) 31,000 30,136 2.87%
Bucknell (PA) 7,829 7,191 8.87%
California Tech. 5,169 4,859 6.38%
Carnegie Mellon (PA) 16,474 15,496 6.31%
Case Western (OH) 13,363 9,247 44.51%
Claremont McKenna (CA) 4,458 4,264 4.55%
Colby (ME) 5,159 4,213 22.45%
Colgate (NY) 7,763 7,871 -1.37%
College of N.J. 10,090 9,956 1.35%
Columbia (NY) 34,587 26,179 32.12%
Cornell (NY) 36,237 36,338 -0.28%
Dartmouth (NH) 22,140 18,778 17.90%
Davidson (NC) 4,734 4,084 15.92%
Dickinson (PA) 4,853 3,790 28.05%
Duke (NC) 29,561 26,770 10.43%
Elon (NC) 9,010 9,591 -6.06%
Emerson (MA) 7,345 6,567 11.85%
Fordham (NY) 30,759 26,816 14.70%
George Washington (D.C.) 21,400 21,200 0.94%
Georgia Tech. 14,100 13,550 4.06%
Georgetown (D.C.) 19,400 18,079 7.31%
Goucher (MD)* 2,895 3,587 -19.29%
Grinnell (IA) 2,925 3,166 -7.61%
Hamilton (NY) 5,264 4,857 8.38%
Harvard (MA) 35,000 30,489 14.80%
Harvey Mudd (CA) 3,122 2,718 14.86%
Haverford (PA) 3,471 3,312 4.80%
Johns Hopkins (MD) 19,201 18,459 4.02%
Kenyon (OH) 4,300 4,064 5.81%
Lafayette (PA) 5,638 5,822 -3.16%
Lehigh (PA) 11,500 10,328 11.35%
Macalester (MI) 6,071 4,317 40.63%
M.I.T. 17,908 16,632 7.67%
Middlebury (VT) 8,498 7,984 6.44%
N.Y.U. 42,242 38,037 11.06%
Northeastern (MA) 42,850 37,710 13.63%
Northwestern (IL) 30,925 27,615 11.99%
Notre Dame (IN) 16,512 14,527 13.66%
Pennsylvania State 50,508 47,277 6.83%
Pepperdine (CA) 9,337 7,949 17.46%
Pomona College (CA) 7,189 6,794 5.81%
Princeton (NJ) 27,115 26,247 3.31%
Rensselaer Polytechnic (NY)* 12,912 11,606 11.25%
Rice (TX) 13,776 12,393 11.16%
Rutgers, New Brunswick (NJ) 29,092 29,774 -2.29%
Skidmore (NY) 5,701 5,931 -3.88%
Smith (MA) 4,105 4,015 2.24%
Stanford (CA) 34,000 32,022 6.18%
SUNY, Binghamton 28,700 27,248 5.33%
SUNY, Stony Brook* 24,316 27,605 -11.91%
Swarthmore (PA) 6,581 6,092 8.03%
Syracuse (NY) 25,093 22,146 13.31%
Trinity (CT) 6,909 4,688 47.38%
Tufts (MA) 17,094 15,433 10.76%
Tulane U. (LA) 37,574 43,368 -13.36%
Union (NY) 5,064 4,874 3.90%
U.C., Berkeley 52,920 50,312 5.18%
U.C., Los Angeles 60,823 57,670 5.47%
U. of Chicago 21,669 19,374 11.85%
U. of Connecticut* 25,294 20,425 23.84%
U. of Georgia 18,000 17,450 3.15%
U. of Maryland, College Park* 25,704 26,147 -1.69%
U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor* N/A 31,613 18.00%
U.N.C., Chapel Hill* 23,473 23,271 0.87%
U. of Pennsylvania 31,651 26,941 17.48%
U. of Richmond 9,355 8,661 8.01%
U. of Rochester 13,339 12,509 6.64%
U. of Southern California 38,000 35,794 6.16%
U. of Virginia 23,962 22,512 6.44%
U. of Wisconsin, Madison* 25,775 25,522 0.99%
Vanderbilt (TN) 24,650 21,811 13.02%
Vassar (NY) 7,983 7,822 2.06%
Villanova (PA) 15,352 14,361 6.90%
Washington & Lee (VA) 6,465 6,382 1.30%
Washington U. in St. Louis (MO) 28,800 24,939 15.48%
Wesleyan U. (CT) 10,010 10,657 -6.07%
Wheaton 2,020 1,991 1.46%
William & Mary (VA) 12,776 12,539 1.89%
Williams (MA) 7,008 6,634 5.64%
Yale (CT) 27,230 25,869 5.26%

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