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11 APR 2022
Dartmouth College’s incoming Class of 2026 included a diverse group of innovators and world-changers. “Reading this year’s applicant pool, and shaping a class from its impressive depth, was inspiring and humbling,” said Lee Coffin, Vice Provost of Enrollment and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid.
Dartmouth’s acceptance rate for the Class of 2026 was just 6.2%, tying the Class of 2025 as the most selective admission cycle in the school’s history.
The admitted student pool came from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Marianas Islands. International students came from 73 countries across every continent, with the UK, Canada, China, and India with the most international students.
Dartmouth’s Class of 2026 stats:
The official announcement was made on Dartmouth’s website Ivy Day, March 31, 2022.
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This year, Dartmouth expanded its need-blind admissions policy to all applicants, regardless of citizenship. As of result of this new policy, Dartmouth saw a 2% increase in admitted international students. In total, 15% of the Class of 2026 are international citizens.
“The dynamism and depth of Dartmouth’s global applicant pool was incredible,” Coffin says. “The universal need-blind admission policy was a wonderful new opportunity to consider these candidacies on their academic and personal merit.”
|Number of Applications||Accepted Students||Acceptance Rate|
Two years ago, Dartmouth College saw a significant increase in its number of applications. Although Dartmouth received 21 fewer applications this year than the Class of 2025, it was still a substantial increase from the Class of 2024.
During the regular admission round, Dartmouth received 25,703 applications for its incoming Class of 2026 and accepted just 1,207 students. As one of the prestigious Ivy League universities, Dartmouth only admitted 4.7% of students in the regular admissions round.
Dartmouth College reported its Early Admission results for the Class of 2026 in December 2021. Of the 2,633 students who applied in the early round, the college accepted just 560 or 20.38%. Early round admissions percentages tend to be much higher than regular admission numbers. To increase your chances of getting into Dartmouth, we recommend you apply early.
While the number of applicants to Dartmouth grew by 33% from 2020 to 2021, applications remained steady between 2021 to 2022. The charts below show Dartmouth’s application and acceptance numbers over the past three years.
|Class of 2024||Class of 2025||Class of 2025|
|Total First-Year Applicants||21,394||28,357||28,336|
|Overall Admission Rate||8.8%||6.17%||6.2%|
|Class of 2024||Class of 2025||Class of 2026|
|Total ED Applicants||2,069||2,664||2,633|
|Total ED Admissions Rate||26.4%||21.25%||20.38%|
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