Stanford Admissions Early Action & Regular Decision Acceptance Rates & Statistics
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STANFORD EARLY DECISION & EARLY ACTION ADMISSIONS
Stanford declined to release early decision data for the Class of 2021. They accepted 9.52 percent of its SCEA pool by admitting 745 out of a record 7,822 applications to the Class of 2020. At less than 10 percent, the combined rate of admissions at both MIT and Stanford remains at more than one-half of the combined Ivy League.
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STANFORD UNIVERSITY REGULAR DECISION ADMISSIONS
Stanford University has offered admission to the Class of 2020 to 2,063 students. The Class of 2020 was selected from 43,997 candidates, the largest applicant pool in Stanford’s history, eclipsing last years’ unprecedented 42,487 applications. The figure, which includes 745 candidates admitted in December through Stanford’s Restrictive EA program, represents an admission rate of below 4.69 percent. This rate, the most competitive in the university’s history and the lowest in the nation for the fourth year reinforces Stanford’s position as the most selective research university in the United States. The early acceptance rate for the Class of 2019 was 9.52 percent. Last year, Stanford admitted 2,144 students out of 42,487 applicants for admission to the Class of 2019 for an overall admission rate of 5.05 percent.
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