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Update on Harvard Admissions

Students watched their email inboxes closely on March 31 and a little after 5pm, 1,013 of them received the modern day "fat envelope" signifying their acceptance into Harvard's Class of 2019. Adding them to the 977 students accepted during Early Action, Harvard's newest class totals 1,990.  Students now have until May 1 to accept Harvard's offer.

Southern Connecticut Results

So how did our southern Connecticut applicants fare?  Here are the numbers:

Total applicants:  332 (including 55 during Early Action)

Accepted in Early Action:  13

Accepted in Regular Admissions: 8

High Schools Represented:  16 (Choate-4; Hopkins-3; Taft; Bunnell; Fairfield Prep, Fairfield Ludlow; Amity; Daniel Hand; Old Lyme; East Lyme; Academy of our Lady, Baltic; Nonnewaug; Masuk; Cheshire; Branford; Middletown)

Accepted Students Who Received Alumni Interviews:  100%

Please Join Our Team of Interviewers
The interview may or may not have tipped the admissions scale in favor of an accepted student, but it definitely will influence the student's decision on whether s/he commits to Harvard.  Alumni interviewers are Harvard's best ambassadors and we need more of them in southern Connecticut.  If you want to join our interviewer team for the fall of 2015,
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June 10:  Harvard Club Annual Dinner
*** Order Your Tickets Today ***

The Annual Dinner is the culmination of the year for the Club.  Held at the beautiful Mellon Arts Center on the campus of the Choate School in Wallingford, we will be celebrating the conclusion of our Club year and welcoming the Class of 2019 as well as presenting the five recipients of the Club's 2015 Summer Community Service Fellowships.  Our guest speaker will be Bob Scalise, the Nichols Family Director of Athletics at Harvard.  Bob will talk about the current state of Harvard athletics and what we can expect to see in the coming years.  He will also explain the integral role that athletics play at Harvard today and Harvard's position in the fast changing landscape of college athletics in this country.  Order Your Tickets...


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