Application fee is $90 for applying undergraduate school and $125 for graduate school. Next table presents general admission information at Stanford University.
|Open Admission Policy||No|
|Undergraduate Application Fees||$90|
|Graduate Application Fees||$125|
22,536 men and 19,631 women applied to Stanford University and 1,083 men and 1,062 women students were accepted. Among them, 857 men and 821 women were enrolled into the school.
Following table shows the Stanford University Admission Statistics including admission ad enrolment rates. Acceptance ratio is 5.09% and
enrollment ratio is 78.23%.
1438 applicants (86% of enrolled) have submitted their SAT scores and 764 applicants (39%) have submitted their ACT scores for seeking degrees.
For score submitters, SAT 75th percentile score is 2,360 and 25th percentile score is 2,070. For ACT scores, 75th percentile score is 104 and 25th percentile score is 93. Next table shows detail SAT and ACT scores distribution of applicants at Stanford University.
|25th Percentile||75th Percentile|
|SAT Critical Reading||680||780|
For applying for Stanford University, there are 3 requirements and 3 recommendations. The school requires to submit High School GPA, High School Rank and High School Record (or Transcript) for its applicants.The school recommends to submit High School GPA, High School Rank and High School Record (or Transcript).Next table summarizes Stanford University application requirements.
|High School GPA||Recommended|
|High School Rank||Neither Required nor Recommneded|
|High School Record (or Transcript)||Required|
|Completion of College Preparatory Program||Recommended|
|Formal Demonstration of Competencies||Neither Required nor Recommneded|
|Admission Test Scores||Required|
|Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)||Neither Required nor Recommneded|
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***All data and resources for Stanford University include IPEDS, The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, U.S. Department of Education, and the school themselves