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CC And SEAS Finalize Admissions Decisions For RD Class Of 2023

The day has finally arrived…

Columbia College and the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science finalized their decisions for the incoming class of 2023 today. Out of 42,569 applicants, 2,190 were accepted, making the admit rate this year 5.1%, with a pool 5.9% larger than last year (the largest applicant pool in the school’s history). Decisions will be released at 7 PM EST.

Good luck to everyone who applied! Instead of biting your nails counting down the hours, why not see where you might live next year?

Someone, please let the admissions committee rest via Bwog Staff 

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  • alum says:

    @alum Congratulations Class of ’23! Welcome! 5% admit rate.

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