Around 64 percent of admitted students choose MIT
A similar fraction of students accepted their offers of admission to MIT this year compared with last year, about 64 percent, according to admissions director Stuart Schmill ‘86. The enrolled class of 2014 will have around 1,070 students and a demographic makeup similar to the class of 2013, he wrote in e-mail. The admissions office is working to select “a small number” of students to admit off its waitlist over the next week and a half, wrote Schmill.
— Natasha Plotkin