From colleges on the West Coast to universities across the country and overseas, students have decided to attend Amsterdam University College (Netherlands), Brandeis University, Cal Poly SLO College of Science & Math, Clarkson University, Colorado State University College of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Lewis & Clark College, Oregon State University, Stanford University, University of California Davis College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences, University of California Davis College of Biological Sciences, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Colorado Boulder, University of St. Andrews (Scotland), University of Michigan, and the University of Washington Seattle.
Students received merit scholarships, exclusive of need-based aid, ranging from $5K-$35K per year!
College Advisory’s seniors who graduated from high school in 2012 through 2021 have been admitted to following colleges and universities. This admissions cycle was, without a doubt, the most competitive to date. There were various reasons: namely, test-optional admissions opened the gates for an increase in access and applications, virtual college engagement, an even greater focus on binding early admissions to assist colleges in securing yield, and previous deferrals due to the pandemic.
I continue to be impressed with how students worked through this challenging year with flexibility, tenacity, and maturity. Their resilience will support them through these unprecedented times as they make their way into the next chapter of their lives. Congratulations to all!