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Class of 2021 Early Decision Results Have Been Released

Columbia University, ft. you!

Columbia University, ft. you!

After hours of poring over applications, we get our first (sort of) glimpses at the class of 2021. Today, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions released their first round of letters to early decision applicants– as well as some statistics about them.

This year, Undergraduate Admissions received 4,086 Early Decision applications to Columbia College and The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, which was a 16 percent increase over last year (2016) and is the largest Early Decision applicant pool in Columbia history.

Decisions have been released to students online at 6 PM EST.

 

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  • Alum says:

    @Alum Congratulations Class of 2021! Welcome!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Columbia is a hell hole. SHOULD have EDed to Harvard

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