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Columbia University Class of 2009

Overall Admit Rate 10.4%

Columbia had the largest applicant pool in its history. Columbia College received 15,790 applications this year, a five percent increase compared to the previous year's 15,006 applications. 1,638 applicants were admitted, resulting in an acceptance rate of 10.4 percent.

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences received 2,330 applications, a four percent increase compared to the previous year's 2,252 applications. 612 applicants were admitted. This year's acceptance rate of 26.3 percent represents a decrease of 2 percent compared to the previous year's acceptance rate of 28.4 percent.

Barnard College received 4,427 applications, a nominal increase from the previous year. 1,194 applicants were admitted, resulting in an acceptance rate of 26.9 percent.

The middle 50 percent SAT score for Columbia College was 1380-1530, representing an increase of 10 points compared to the previous year. The median score for the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences was 1440-1530. The median score for Barnard was 1400, the highest in the school's history.

The admits to Columbia hail from 48 states and 60 countries. The admits to Barnard hail from 48 states and 30 countries. About 40 percent of the admits at Barnard are minority students.