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Most Popular Colleges: National Universities  

2009-07-28 04:17:57|  分类: 名校名人 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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Posted January 26, 2009

So which colleges do students really want to go to? One way to find out is to look at a school’s yield, the percentage of applicants accepted by a university who end up enrolling at that institution in the fall. The figures in this table are from the fall 2007 entering class and show the admit yield and overall acceptance rate. If a school has a high yield (a large proportion of those admitted enroll), it means that the school is most likely very popular with a top reputation and that the students are highly motivated to go there. A very low yield means that the school could be a “safety” or second choice for many of those who apply. Colleges use yield as a key factor in determining how many students they need to admit each year

U.S. News Rank Acceptance Rate Yield
Harvard University (MA) 1 9% 79%
Brigham Young University--Provo (UT) 113 74% 77%
University of Nebraska--Lincoln   89 62% 71%
Stanford University (CA) 4 10% 70%
Massachusetts Institute of Technology   4 12% 69%
Yale University (CT) 3 10% 69%
Princeton University (NJ) 2 10% 68%
University of Pennsylvania   6 16% 66%
Yeshiva University (NY) 50 69% 65%
University of Florida   49 42% 63%
Columbia University (NY) 8 11% 59%
Brown University (RI) 16 14% 56%
Texas A&M University--College Station   64 76% 56%
University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill   30 35% 56%
University of Notre Dame (IN) 18 24% 56%
Louisiana State University--Baton Rouge   130 73% 55%
University of Texas--Austin   47 51% 54%
Dartmouth College (NH) 11 15% 52%
University of Virginia   23 35% 52%
University of Georgia   58 54% 51%
Kansas State University   130 95% 50%
University of Alabama   83 64% 50%
University of Oklahoma   108 89% 50%
North Carolina State University--Raleigh   83 60% 49%
Ohio State University--Columbus   56 59% 49%
University of Missouri--Columbia   96 86% 48%
University of Tennessee   108 71% 48%
Cornell University (NY) 14 21% 47%
Georgetown University (DC) 23 21% 47%
University of Kentucky   116 77% 47%
U.S. News Rank Acceptance Rate Yield
University of Utah   127 82% 47%
Florida State University   102 55% 46%
University of Arkansas   125 62% 46%
University of Washington   41 65% 46%
University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign   40 71% 45%
Colorado State University   125 86% 44%
Iowa State University   89 89% 44%
Georgia Institute of Technology   35 63% 43%
Samford University (AL) 130 92% 43%
University of Kansas   89 92% 43%
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor   26 50% 43%
University of Wisconsin--Madison   35 56% 43%
Duke University (NC) 8 23% 42%
Michigan State University   71 74% 42%
University of South Carolina--Columbia   108 59% 42%
Washington State University   116 76% 42%
New Jersey Institute of Technology   127 59% 41%
University of California--Berkeley   21 23% 41%
Arizona State University   121 95% 40%
Vanderbilt University (TN) 18 33% 40%
Clemson University (SC) 61 50% 39%
New York University   33 37% 39%
University of Arizona   96 80% 39%
Virginia Tech   71 67% 39%
California Institute of Technology   6 17% 38%
Ohio University   116 82% 38%
University of California--Los Angeles   25 24% 38%
College of William and Mary (VA) 32 34% 37%
Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ) 83 51% 37%
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry   83 51% 37%

University of Maryland--College Park   53 47% 37%
University of Oregon   108 87% 37%
Wake Forest University (NC) 28 42% 37%
Howard University (DC) 102 54% 36%
Indiana University--Bloomington   71 70% 36%
University of Chicago   8 35% 36%
University of Minnesota--Twin Cities   61 57% 36%
Michigan Technological University   121 84% 35%
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey--New Brunswick (NJ) 64 56% 35%
University of Colorado--Boulder   77 82% 35%
University of Iowa   66 83% 35%
University of Southern California   27 25% 35%
Auburn University (AL) 96 69% 34%
Duquesne University (PA) 130 74% 34%
Johns Hopkins University (MD) 15 24% 34%
Northwestern University (IL) 12 27% 34%
University of Tulsa (OK) 83 51% 34%
Washington University in St. Louis   12 17% 34%
Pepperdine University (CA) 56 35% 33%
Purdue University--West Lafayette (IN) 66 79% 33%
Rice University (TX) 17 25% 33%
Tufts University (MA) 28 27% 33%
Pennsylvania State University--University Park   47 51% 32%
Southern Methodist University (TX) 66 50% 32%
University at Buffalo--SUNY   121 52% 32%
University of Pittsburgh   58 56% 32%
University of Connecticut   66 49% 31%
University of Delaware   71 56% 31%
University of New Hampshire   113 59% 31%
Emory University (GA) 18 27%

30%

 

U.S. News Rank Acceptance Rate Yield
George Washington University (DC) 53 37% 30%
Lehigh University (PA) 35 32% 30%
University of Denver   89 74% 30%
Boston College   34 27% 29%
Miami University--Oxford (OH) 66 75% 29%
Syracuse University (NY) 53 51% 29%
Clarkson University (NY) 121 81% 28%
Texas Christian University   113 49% 28%
Brandeis University (MA) 31 34% 27%
SUNY--Stony Brook   96 43% 27%
University of Miami (FL) 51 38% 27%
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 41 49% 26%
University of Dayton (OH) 108 82% 25%
Northeastern University (MA) 96 39% 24%
SUNY--Binghamton   77 39% 24%
University of California--Davis   44 59% 24%
University of Massachusetts--Amherst   102 66% 24%
Baylor University (TX) 76 44% 23%
Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 22 28% 23%
University of California--Riverside   89 82% 23%
Catholic University of America (DC) 116 80% 22%
Colorado School of Mines   80 61% 22%
St. Louis University   80 80% 22%
University of California--Irvine   44 56% 22%
University of California--San Diego   35 43% 22%
University of Rochester (NY) 35 41% 22%
University of San Diego   102 48% 22%
University of the Pacific (CA) 102 59% 22%
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA) 71 66% 22%
Boston University   60 59%

21%

U.S. News Rank Acceptance Rate Yield
Case Western Reserve University (OH) 41 75% 21%
Illinois Institute of Technology   102 57% 21%
University of San Francisco   127 67% 21%
Clark University (MA) 80 56% 20%
Drexel University (PA) 89 72% 20%
Marquette University (WI) 77 67% 20%
University of California--Santa Barbara   44 54% 20%
Fordham University (NY) 61 42% 19%
University of California--Santa Cruz   96 82% 19%
University of Vermont   89 70% 19%
Tulane University (LA) 51 44% 18%
Loyola University Chicago   116 73% 16%
American University (DC) 83 53% 15%

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