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Congrats Vassar Class of 2022

About the Class of 2022

Profile of the Students Admitted to the Vassar College Class of 2022. All statistics are as of March 27, 2018 when decisions were announced and do not include any possible additions from the wait list.

Applications

Total Applications 8312
Total Admitted 1996
Total Men Admitted 823
Total Women Admitted 1173
% Admitted 24.0%
Admitted via Early Decision 289
Students granted deferral from last year 19
Admitted in Regular Decision 1688

Academic Credentials

High School Percentile Rank
(1142/1996 with rank= 57.2%)
Cum. # %
Top 5% 582 51%
Top 10% 820 72%
Top 15% 971 85%
Top 20% 1043 91%
Top 25% 1084 95%
Mean GPA (unweighted) A/A-
SAT R (New SAT) Distribution
(1235 with SAT R)
Evidence-Based
Reading + Writing
Math
750+ 33.4% 46.0%
700-740 38.5% 29.4%
650-690 22.4% 17.9%
600-640 5.1% 5.6%
550-590 0.4% 0.8%
Below 550 0.2% 0.3%
Mean Score 719.7 732.4
Median Score 730 740
Mid 50% Range 690-760 700-780
*11 students submitted SAT I (Old SAT) scores, which are not reflected in this table
ACT Composite (955 with ACT)
34+ 39.9%
32-33 34.9%
29-31 21.6%
27-28 2.7%
25-26 0.7%
Below 25 0.2%
Mean Composite Score 32.7
Median Composite Score 33
Mid 50% Range 31-34

Home Residence

50 US states plus Washington DC and Puerto Rico are represented, as well as students from 47 nations.

Geographic Information

Mid-Atlantic 700 35.1%
Midwest 154 7.7%
New England 252 12.6%
South 250 12.5%
West 448 22.5%
International 192 9.6%
Top Fifteen States
New York 439
California 272
Massachusetts 129
New Jersey 97
Pennsylvania 73
Connecticut 67
Texas 66
Florida 58
Illinois 52
Washington 42
Maryland 37
Virginia 35
Colorado 28
Georgia 26
Oregon 24

192 admitted students are from outside of the US, with 47 nations represented (listed by country of home residence): Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China/Hong Kong, Costa Rica, Curacao, Ecuador, Ethiopia, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and Vietnam.

Additional Information

  • 43.5% of those admitted are students of color (US citizens or permanent residents only).

  • 17.2% of those admitted are First Generation College.

  • 16.7% of those admitted hold foreign citizenship (internationals or dual citizens).