Topic: early decision

At the Brown University Community Council meeting, Dean of Admission Logan Powell noted that the number of early applicants who applied for financial aid increased by 11 percent this year as compared to the previous year.

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Early decision applications surge for Class of 2023

November 13, 2018 0 comments

Dean of Admission Logan Powell presented statistics on the early decision applicants for the class of 2023 in light of the University’s Nov. 1 deadline at yesterday’s Brown University Community Council meeting.

Applications rise by 8 percent for class of 2022

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Applications rise by 8 percent for class of 2022

January 24, 2018 0 comments

The University received a record-high 35,368 applicants for the class of 2022, according to Dean of Admission Logan Powell.

738 students admitted through early decision

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738 students admitted through early decision

December 14, 2017 0 comments

The University admitted 21 percent of its early decision applicants to the class of 2022.

Liang ’19: Let my sister into Brown

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Liang ’19: Let my sister into Brown

October 31, 2017 0 comments

Ah, Nov. 1. Amid the wafting breeze of pumpkin spice and sepia-tinged sunsets, there’s another thing about today that truly makes my heart sing.

U. accepts 22 percent of early decision applicants

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U. accepts 22 percent of early decision applicants

December 14, 2016 0 comments

The University accepted 22 percent of its early decision applicants to the class of 2021 Wednesday evening, offering spots to 694 students

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Brown Bites: Feb. 6 – 12, 2016

February 12, 2016 0 comments

The Corporation aims to reduce Brown’s deficit by approving a 4.1 percent hike in tuition .

Jump in early admission lowers total acceptance rate

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Jump in early admission lowers total acceptance rate

February 9, 2016 0 comments

The University’s early decision acceptance rate continued to climb, jumping to 22 percent from 18.5 percent for the Class of 2017.