The College Scorecard is a resource provided by the US Department of Education in order to directly compare colleges and universities based on three important criteria: average cost, graduation rate, and salary after attending.

Entering Class Statistics

Looking for college admissions statistics, acceptance rates, 25th/75th percentile scores on the ACT/SAT, and high school class rank data for hundreds of the nation’s top colleges and universities all in one place? Well, you’ve found it. College Transitions is happy to offer all of this useful admissions information in one easy-to-use, sortable database. We recommend using this resource early in the college search process to explore schools that may be appropriate “reach,” “target,” and “safety” schools for someone with your academic credentials. It can also be useful for identifying schools where you would be likely to capture some degree of merit aid. These would be institutions where your high school class rank and test scores are above those of the college’s average admitted applicant.


Early Action and Early Decision vs. Regular Decision Admission Rates

Here’s a fact that may surprise you—college admissions offices will be sweating every bit as much as college applicants during this college application season. While anxiety-filled students are praying for acceptance into their first-choices schools, equally nervous admissions directors are trying desperately to ensure that they meet their enrollment targets in the spring. Amazingly, the majority of colleges fail to meet this goal and they are pining for strong candidates that are willing to commit to their school. This is why applying early decision, which is binding, can be a strategic advantage for applicants. Below you will find the ED acceptance rates and regular decision acceptance rates for some of the most prestigious schools in the United States. Where applicable, we included non-binding, early action admission rates as well.

*Data collected from 2020-21 Common Data Set (CDS) forms and institution websites, and indicates admission outcomes for students entering in Fall 2020, the most recent year for which data is made available.

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  • “Make It Happen” checklists for each grade level (7–12) to make sure you’re staying on track for college

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The Common Application provides this resource full of college essay writing tips, guidance on college recommendations, understanding application fees, fee waivers, and more. Lessons can be used by counselors to guide students, or students can use it directly! While these tip sheets are focused on the Common App, tips are transferable to other application systems as well.

Niche helps you find the college that’s right for you. Search college reviews, rankings, and statistics. The 2020 Best Colleges ranking is based on rigorous analysis of academic, admissions, financial, and student life data from the U.S. Department of Education along with millions of reviews from students and alumni.

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10th Grade

Tour date: April 23, 2019.
  • UH Clear Lake: 9:30 am to 1:30 pm
  • Rice University: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
  • UH Main Campus: 12:00 pm- 3:15 pm
Students should arrive to school at the normal time (7:55 am). Transportation will be provided To and From the school. Students are required to either bring sack lunches from home or get sack lunches from school. Again, students will be picking ONE of the listed tours to go on. There is a first come first serve basis as there is limited availability for each tour. (For instance, only 40 students can go to Rice). Register for the field trip: 10th Grade Parent Permission Form for College Trips