Nearly 16 Percent of All Students Accepted for Admission at Williams College Are Black

WilliamsCollegeSealPurpleWilliams College, the highly rated liberal arts educational institution in Williamstown, Massachusetts, has announced that it has accepted 1,157 students from its applicant pool of 6,853. Thus, Williams College accepted 17 percent of all students who applied.

Of the 1,157 students accepted for admission, 183 are African Americans. Therefore, African Americans make up 15.8 percent of all accepted students.

A year ago, Williams accepted 163 African American students. They were  13.6 percent of all students accepted for admission to the college. In 2012, 36.2 percent of all Black students accepted for admission eventually enrolled at Williams.

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