Admissions Offers Tendered to Talented, Diverse Group

Posted April 1st, 2010 at 2:40 pm.

Earlier this week, Bryn Mawr extended offers of admission to talented young women from around the world, potential members of the Class of 2014. These students, like current Bryn Mawr women, are an impressive and diverse group, representing 53 countries, 47 states, and the District of Columbia. Twelve percent are citizens of countries other than the U.S., and 17 percent are the first in their family to attend college. Consistent with last year’s admitted students, 35 percent are students of color.

“This is a very strong group of students, with a tremendous range of experiences, backgrounds, and interests,” says Chuck Rickard, interim dean of admissions. “We’re really excited about getting to know them further as they learn more about Bryn Mawr over the next month or so.”

Over the coming weeks, admitted students will visit campus, chat online with current students, meet with alumnae around the country, and talk with admission counselors as they make their decisions. Several hundred admitted students and their family members will visit Bryn Mawr during Spring Open Campus on April 18-19.

Filed under: Admissions Tags: by Tracy Kellmer

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