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Recent College Admission Results
At Howard Greene & Associates, we counsel students to a variety of colleges and universities, including those among the most selective in the U.S. and internationally, and those among the most supportive. Below is a list of the institutions where our students have enrolled from five recent high school graduating classes (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013). The number in parentheses indicates the number of students who attended each college or university if more than one.
U. Pennsylvania (20) Yale (16) New York (15) Dartmouth (12) Georgetown (12) Duke (11) Columbia (10) George Washington (10) Harvard (10) Stanford (9) Trinity C. (CT) (9) Vanderbilt (9) Wesleyan (9) Cornell (8) Johns Hopkins (8) Brown (7) Colgate (7) Emory (7) Hamilton (7) Michigan (7) Northwestern (7) Princeton (7) Colby (6) Franklin & Marshall (6) Middlebury (6) Tufts (6) Virginia (6) Wake Forest (6) Washington U. St. Louis (6) Chicago (5) Hobart and William Smith (5) Northeastern (5) Southern California (5) Colorado at Boulder (4) Colorado C. (4) Haverford (4) Syracuse (4) Tulane (4) Washington and Lee (4) Barnard (3) Boston C. (3) Boston U. (3) Bowdoin (3) Fordham (3) Holy Cross (3) Lafayette (3) Lehigh (3) Miami (FL) (3) Pitzer (3) Skidmore (3) St. Andrew's (UK) (3) St. Lawrence (3) Southern Methodist (3) Union C. (NY) (3) Vermont (3) Villanova (3) Williams (3) Amherst (2) Babson (2) Bryn Mawr (2) California at Santa Barbara (2) Carnegie Mellon (2) Claremont McKenna (2) Colgate (2) Denver (2) Dickinson (2) Indiana (2) Lynn (2) Marist (2) Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (2) Mount Holyoke (2) Quinnipiac (2) Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. (2) Richmond (VA) (2) Rochester (2) Rollins (2) Sarah Lawrence (2) U. South Sewanee (2) Texas at Austin (2) Washington C. (2) Bates Bentley Berklee C. Bucknell California at Berkeley California at Los Angeles U. Cambridge (UK) Carleton Catholic U. Centre Champlain Chapman Charleston Connecticut C. Davidson Denison U. Edinburgh (UK) Elon Fairfield Furman Georgia Tech Gettysburg Goucher Green Mountain Hampden-Sydney Hampshire Imperial C. London (UK) Lake Forest LeMoyne Macalester Marymount Manhattan Muhlenberg Notre Dame Oberlin Oxford U. (UK) Pratt Purdue Rhodes Rutgers Smith Trinity U. (TX) Wellesley Wheaton C. (MA) William and Mary Wisconsin at Madison Wooster Yeshiva
While most of our students have chosen a liberal arts college or university environment, many have enrolled in specialized programs in Business (e.g. Stern at NYU or Wharton at Penn), Engineering (e.g. Cornell, Johns Hopkins, Michigan, or Columbia), Architecture (e.g. Cornell), the Arts (e.g. Tisch at NYU), Music (e.g. Indiana or Blair at Vanderbilt), Education, or other pre-professional fields at the institutions listed above.
Additionally, students have often enrolled in selective honors colleges and programs, at such universities as Columbia, Michigan, Boston, George Washington, and Virginia. They have received significant merit-based scholarships from a wide variety of institutions, including NYU, Vanderbilt, Case Western, Washington University in St. Louis, and the University of Rochester. Students have been recruited for intercollegiate athletic programs at all levels and have often submitted supplementary athletic, art, music, or writing portfolios as part of their applications.
We make the inclusion of colleges that offer merit-based scholarships and, as appropriate to the student, specialized academic or extracurricular programs, key components of our counseling and school selection process. As always, our goal is to help students find the right fit, and we believe the above list of colleges represents both the strength and diversity of talents and interests of the students with whom we work.