Blacks Make Up 11.5 Percent of Admitted Students at Harvard University

Harvard-logo_53Harvard University reports that it has accepted only 2,029 students for admission from an applicant pool of just over 35,000. Therefore, only 5.8 percent of all applicants to Harvard were accepted for admission.

Harvard chooses not to disclose how many Black students submitted applications for admission. But it does release data on admitted students. This year, 11.5 percent of all admitted students are African Americans.

Blacks were 9.4 percent of the entering class at Harvard in the fall of 2012.

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