Saturday, April 05, 2008

Stanford Undergraduate Admissions 2008

The Office of Undergraduate Admission announced that 2,400 students have been selected for admission to Stanford University's Class of 2012. Of that total, 738 were admitted in December through the university's restrictive early action program.
The students were selected from 25,298 candidates, the largest applicant pool in Stanford's history.
"The competition for admission to Stanford this year was unprecedented," said Richard Shaw, dean of admission and financial aid. "Because of the large number of applicants, we were able to admit just 9.5 percent, the lowest admission rate in Stanford's 117-year history. As expected, the academic strengths, talent and impact outside the classroom of this group is astonishing. They are distinguished on a global scale."

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