Harvey Mudd College and Pomona College recently announced their admission decisions, with Mudd accepting 13.4 percent of applicants. Pomona did not announce its acceptance rate, although last year’s was 6.9 percent.
Fifty-eight percent of Mudd’s admitted students pool is comprised of students of color. Accepted applicants hail from 43 states and 27 foreign countries. Mudd’s admission rate for the class of 2023 was the school’s lowest since the class of 2020, which had a 12.6 percent rate.
The majority of applicants Pomona accepted are domestic students of color, as has been the case for the past several years. Potential future Sagehens come from 49 states and 47 foreign countries.
Pomona’s admitted group is 51 percent female. Mudd did not announce its gender breakdown.
Mudd’s admitted student pool is seven percent international. Pomona’s admitted student pool is 13.5 percent international and 20.3 percent first-generation.
Data from Claremont McKenna College, Scripps College and Pitzer College will be added as soon as they are made available.
Marc Rod PO ’20 is from Rye Brook, New York. He previously served as TSL’s managing editor, news editor, news associate and news writer.