2018 College Match Results

Thus far this year, we have had 119 low-income seniors get into Top 25 colleges and 162 get into Top 50 colleges.

Over the past four years, 72% of College Match seniors have been admitted into at least one Top 25 College and 96% have been admitted into at least one Top 50 College. We expect that the numbers below will increase after the Wait List process is complete in May. 94% of College Match students graduate from college.

Four-year admissions totals for these superb institutions of higher learning follow:

  • Wellesley – 64 admissions
  • Middlebury – 141 admissions
  • Smith – 100 admissions
  • Harvard – 13 admissions
  • Brown – 41 admissions
  • Stanford – 14 admissions
  • 21 into Yale – 21 admissions
  • Swarthmore – 18 admissions
  • Bowdoin – 35 admissions
  • Cornell – 18 admissions
  • Dartmouth – 42 admissions
  • Columbia – 17 admissions
  • Princeton – 17 admissions
  • UPenn – 10 admissions
  • Georgetown – 15 admissions
  • Pomona – 12 admissions
  • Vassar – 64 admissions
  • Franklin & Marshall – 73 admissions
  • Williams – 16 admissions
  • Carleton – 23 admissions
  • Bates – 14 dmissions
  • Wesleyan – 24 admissions
  • Haverford – 7 admissions
  • Amherst – 12 admissions
  • MIT – 5 admissions
  • Colby – 21 admissions
  • Hamilton – 12 admissions
  • Macalester – 34 admissions
  • Claremont McKenna – 11 admissions
  • UC-Berkeley – 153 admissions
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