Higher Education, Lower Admittance Rates

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on December 20, 2010

News release and related charts: “For the first time, Harvard topped over 30,000 applicants for the Fall 2010 admission season. Despite a down economy, students are swallowing the bitterly high tuition fees and applying at record highs this year, leading schools to accept fewer applicants. Here’s a closer look at why admittance rates are down at select schools.”

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