Top 20 US Colleges 2020 Acceptance Rate Comparison

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2020 Acceptance Rates & Admission Statistics Comparison Table
School NameApplicantsAdmitted EnrolledAcceptance RateAdmission Yield
Brown University Providence, RI 35,437 2,718 1,656 7.67% 60.93%
California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA 8,208 543 231 6.62% 42.54%
Columbia University in the City of New York New York, NY 40,572 2,399 1,488 5.91% 62.03%
Cornell University Ithaca, NY 51,324 5,448 3,295 10.61% 60.48%
Dartmouth College Hanover, NH 22,033 1,925 1,167 8.74% 60.62%
Duke University Durham, NC 35,786 3,189 1,745 8.91% 54.72%
Harvard University Cambridge, MA 42,749 2,024 1,653 4.73% 81.67%
Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD 29,776 3,417 1,413 11.48% 41.35%
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA 21,706 1,464 1,114 6.74% 76.09%
Northwestern University Evanston, IL 40,425 3,422 1,931 8.47% 56.43%
Princeton University Princeton, NJ 35,370 1,940 1,339 5.48% 69.02%
Rice University Houston, TX 20,923 2,328 960 11.13% 41.24%
Stanford University Stanford, CA 47,452 2,071 1,697 4.36% 81.94%
University of California-Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 113,754 15,970 6,240 14.04% 39.07%
University of Chicago Chicago, IL 32,283 2,345 1,805 7.26% 76.97%
University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN 20,371 3,608 2,070 17.71% 57.37%
University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 44,491 3,740 2,518 8.41% 67.33%
Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN 34,313 3,298 1,602 9.61% 48.57%
Washington University in St Louis Saint Louis, MO 31,320 4,708 1,797 15.03% 38.17%
Yale University New Haven, CT 35,301 2,240 1,573 6.35% 70.22%
Average37,1803,4401,8659.25%54.21%
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*The data for academic year 2019-2020 is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System),U.S. Department of Education.
**Information is not available for schools that are not appeared in the table. The schools have not report the information to the IPEDS or not applicable.)

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