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Stanford University Class of 2010

Stanford Admits Approximately 11 Percent Overall

Stanford offered admission to approx. 2,400 of more than 22,000 applicants to its class of 2010, or less than 11 percent.

Early Action

The number of early action applicants this year increased by 4% to 4503 from 4321 the previous year.

Only 853 students were admitted early, resulting in an early action admit rate of 19%.

Two years ago, Stanford changed its early admission policy from early decision to single choice early action, which doubled the number of early applicants.

There are many changes this year at Stanford, including the arrival of a new dean of admissions, Richard Shaw. Shaw was formerly the dean of admissions at Yale.

Regular Applications Increase 11.7 Percent

Stanford received a record total of 22,223 applications, a 10 percent increase over last year. There were 17,720 regular applications, compared to 15,864 last year. This represents an 11.7 percent increase.