Ivy League Schools

College Admissions Information for Some of the Most Elite U.S. Universities

The eight Ivy League schools are some of the most selective colleges in the United States, and they also rank among the country's top private universities. Each one of these universities has top-ranked academics and an award-winning faculty. The members of the Ivy League can also boast of beautiful and historic campuses. Click on the profile links below to learn more about each university including its costs, financial aid, and SAT/ACT data. If you're planning to apply to any of the Ivy League schools, be realistic about your chances of being admitted. Any university with single-digit acceptance rates should be consider a reach school, even if your grades and standardized test scores are on target for admission (Learn More: When a Match School is Really a Reach).

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Brown University

Brown University
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Columbia University

Columbia University
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Cornell University

Cornell University Sage Hall
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Dartmouth College

Dartmouth College
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Harvard University

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Princeton University

Princeton University
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University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania
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Yale University

Yale University
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