Princeton selects a small number of white students each year and currently accepts more black, Hispanic and Asian applicants than any other Ivy League school.
- Princeton announced the 2025 class on Thursday. 68% non-white (black, Asian, Hispanic, other races)
- That means the remaining 32% are Caucasian, about 479 out of 1,498 students
- In 2019 44% was white and in 2020 39% was white
- Harvard accepted 60% of non-white students (18% black, 27% Asian American, 13.3% Latin)
- White students were still the largest group, about 40%
- 55% of students consume brown and express themselves in color
Princeton selects a small number of white students each year and currently accepts more non-white applicants than any other Ivy League, new data from the university revealed.
Princeton announced on Thursday that he had sent a letter to his class in 2025. Successful applicants will learn whether they have acquired the location by 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
Over 37,600 have been applied and 1,498 have been selected. Of them, 68 percent -1,018- “self-identification” is of color.
The school did not divide blacks, Hispanics, Asians, or other races between the groups, leaving 32 percent (479 students) white in “self-identity.”
Dartmouth is the only ivy league this year that accepts a majority of white students over non-white students. The school’s 2025 classes are divided into 48% non-white and 52% white.
Only Harvard published a racial breakdown-the rest of the schools described their intake as color students.
In 2025, 68% of Princeton’s classes will be non-white and 32% will be white.The Ivy League accepts the most non-white students
2025 Ivy League Class
68% color students, 32% white
60% color students, 40% white
Color students 59%, white 41%
56% color, 44% white
55% students in color, 45% white
48% color students, 52% white
* Breakdown has not been announced
In 2019, 56% were in color and 44% were in white. By 2020, 61% of the new classes were of color and 39% were Caucasian.
Of all races, 52% of freshmen are female and 48% are male.
Applying that to the racial group, about 500 people are of color, 500 are of color, 229 are white men, and 250 are white women. 64 percent (958) are from public schools.
Only 10 percent of Princeton University graduates have children (about 140 children).
The school claims to follow the same process each year without intentionally adjusting it in favor of any group of applicants.
They do not reveal the breakdown of applicants so that they can determine if more color students are applying each year.
Harvard provided a more detailed breakdown of class intake in 2025. We identify 18% African-American / Black, 27.2% Asian-American, 13.3% Latino-American, 1.2% Native American, and 0.6% Native Hawaiian.
This means that 40% of the class is white. This is by far the largest percentage.
Harvard University said its intake is comparable to US demographics.
According to the latest census, about 60% of the country is white, 18.5% is Hispanic, 13.4% is black and 5.9% are Asian.
Princeton selects a small number of white students each year
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