Harvard’s Class of 2027 yield continues strong trend

Sunday, May 21, 2023 - 14:32 in Psychology & Sociology

Slightly more than 84 percent of those accepted to the Class of 2027 indicated they would be coming to Harvard this fall — continuing a trend of historically strong yields for a fourth year. As a result only a small number of students will be admitted from the waiting list. In addition, 13 transfer students will join the academic community this fall. Students with the Undergraduate Admissions Council, Undergraduate Minority Recruitment Program, Harvard Financial Aid Initiative, Harvard First Generation Program, and Harvard College Connection continued their annual recruitment efforts this year by calling and emailing admitted students to answer questions and highlight specific opportunities: 130-plus first-year seminars; a robust support system that includes more than 400 first-year advisers, 200 peer advising fellows, and 60 resident proctors. In addition students will be able to avail themselves of research opportunities with close faculty collaboration; 49 secondary fields; and a robust General Education program. Financial...

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