Hopkins released its admissions decisions for the Class of 2022 on Friday afternoon. Out of a total of 27,091 regular decision applicants, the University admitted 2,284 with an acceptance rate of 8.4 percent. Including students admitted as part of the early decision program, the acceptance rate for the Class of 2022 was 9.9 percent.
This year’s applicant pool grew by 2,550 from last year. The acceptance rate decreased by 1.9 percent. Although the acceptance rate fell from the Class of 2020 to the Class of 2021, admissions for the Class of 2022 were the most selective in recent years.
Including the 610 students admitted through early decision, admitted students in the Class of 2022 are from 50 U.S. states, five U.S. territories and 87 different countries including China, Canada and Brazil.
Broken down by ethnicity, not including international students, the admitted Class of 2022 is 31 percent Asian, 27 percent Caucasian, 20 percent Hispanic, 16 percent Black, two percent Native American, one percent Pacific Islander and three percent unknown. International students make up nine percent of the admitted class.
Admitted students will be able to visit the University during the Spring Open House and Overnight Program (SOHOP) on April 4-5 and 12-13 and will have until May 1 to confirm their spot at the University.