It’s why we have asserted that our nation’s top universities will likely be going deeper into their waitlists this year, admitting more students out of limbo than ever before. For the Class of 2023, Brown received 34,444 RD applications and a grand total of 38,674 applications between the two cycles. This means that for every 100 students who applied, 7 students were admitted, making Brown's admissions process highly competitive. Therefore, we can conclude that on the whole, students in Ivy League schools are ~25 times more likely to come from households with a minimum of $250,000 in annual household income compared with students in the U.S. population at large. Brown University is an Ivy League School and its admissions statistics fall in the middle of all Ivy League Schools. Applications to Brown this year were thus down by a margin of 5% for the total applicant pool. The waitlist, he predicted, will have roughly 800 active students this year. 800 students were admitted in December for a rate of admission for the ED round of 17.54 percent. In the U.S. today, the percentage of households with this level of income or above is approximately 4%. of each student's demonstrated financial need met by Brown Ivy Coach has no association with the Ivy League or any of its affiliates. 100%. Usha Bhalla / Herald. ‘We understand that this may be a different year in terms of enrollment patterns. It all remains to be seen. Total early applications totaled 4,562, yielding an early acceptance rate of 17.5%. The pool: The applicant pool of 36,794 is the second largest in Brown’s history. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Additionally, the University gave out a ‘slightly larger’ number of waitlist offers to give the admissions department ‘flexibility’ if they need to accept more students, Powell added. Will international students be able to matriculate next year? As Brown received 4,562 ED applications this year, by our math this means that the school received 32,030 RD applications. As Will Kubzansky reports for The Brown Daily Herald in a piece entitled “Brown admits 6.9 percent of applicants amid COVID-19 crisis,” “The University admitted 1,732 students to the class of 2024, bringing this year’s overall acceptance rate to 6.9 percent, according to Dean of Admission Logan Powell. What this means is that although the Ivy League is becoming more and more accessible to lower income families, it is still ~50% comprised of students from the wealthiest households in the U.S. and abroad. Approximately 46% of current Brown University students are receiving some amount of financial aid. Overall applications decreased by 4.9% over last year (2023 to 2024) from 38,674 to 36,794. As Will Kubzansky reports for The Brown Daily Herald in a piece entitled “Brown admits 6.9 percent of applicants amid COVID-19 crisis,” “The University admitted 1,732 students to the class of 2024, bringing this year’s overall acceptance rate to 6.9 percent, according to Dean of Admission Logan Powell. Outside of the United States, China, Canada, Singapore, Thailand, South Korea and the United Kingdom topped the countries represented in the class. Our expert counselors have worked with countless international students. ‘This year is more unpredictable than any we’ve had in recent memory,’ he said. As we previously reported, Brown received 36,592 applications to its Class of 2024, a figure that is inclusive of Early Decision and Regular Decision applications. Out of the 36,794 students who applied 2,533 students were admitted. A total of 36,592 students applied this year, Powell said, as opposed to the 38,674 that applied the previous year — making it the second-largest applicant pool in University … You must not copy, download, print, or otherwise distribute the content on our site without the prior written consent of The Ivy Coach, Inc. The regular decision acceptance rate rose to 5.2 percent from 4.8 percent for the class of 2023.” acceptance rate for the Class of 2024. Similar to the trends across all top schools, Brown University acceptance rates have continued to decline over the past 8 years and will almost certainly continue to do so into the future. The pool of 4,562 early decision applicants marked the University’s largest to date. Decisions are out for the Brown University Class of 2024.