Early Admissions Results are in!
The Class of 2024 is taking shape.
Southern Connecticut has contributed eleven accepted applicants to Harvard's Class of 2024. With 38 applicants in the Early Action process, that equals a 26% acceptance rate vs. the overall acceptance rate of 14%. It must be something in the water.
Regular Action is underway and alumni interviewers are meeting 339 new candidates for admission.
Students were admitted Early Action from the following schools:
Carmel Catholic High School
Greens Farms Academy
Hamden High School
Lyman Hall High School
Choate Rosemary Hall (2)
Hopkins School (2)
Pomperaug High School
Guilford High School
How Can You Help? Help Us Interview the Class of 2024.
You can help us meet and interview outstanding young people. There is no bigger moment in a high school student's career than their college admission. As an interviewer, you have the honor and pleasure of getting to know the future of Harvard and to play a critical role in their college decisions. At the same time, you are one of Harvard's ambassadors in southern Connecticut. The opportunity to interview students is a unique privilege of Harvard degree recipients and we hope you will take advantage of it. Learn more about interviewing and join our team for the 2019-20 school year.
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