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Barnard Class Of 2024 Early Decision Results Have Been Released

Welcome to Barnard College, Class of 2024!

Early Decision results for Barnard’s Class of 2024 were released online at 6:00 pm EST today.

Barnard’s current first-year class had 45% of its population enrolling with Early Decision. Barnard continues to see an increase in the number of applicants applying early; two years ago, 993 early decision applications were submitted, which was a 6% increase from those submitted by the class of 2021. Last year, for the class of 2023, 1235 applications were received, an increase of 24% from the class of 2022’s already elevated number.

The incoming class of 2024 may have outdone last year’s early decision record, but official statistics have not been released from Barnard College’s Undergraduate Admissions office yet.

Bwog will update this post as we are given more information.

For now, congratulations to all our new bold, beautiful classmates! Millie the Bear sends the warmest welcoming regards.

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