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InstitutionProgram (Season) Decision & DateSt1Date AddedNotesStanford UniversityComputer Science, Masters (S21)Accepted via Other on 23 Sep 2021 O23 Sep 2021 In many ENGINEERING Fall 2022 applications, it is said that "GRE scores are OPTIONAL". Did ANYONE heard of someone been ADMITTED last year WITHOUT submitting GRE scores (all Departments included)??? Last year, I submitted a 330 GRE score and was rejected. I don't know what to do anymore. Retaking the GRE would a waste of time maybe I'd Better NOT-SUBMIT-GRE-SCORE for fall 2022??? Any idea? Do Graduate Admission keep last year (2020) GRE scores for re-applying students?

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Stanford UniversityManagement Science, Masters (S22)Accepted via Other on 23 Sep 2021 O23 Sep 2021 For MS&E (Management Science & Engineering) Fall 2022 applications, it is said that "GRE scores are OPTIONAL". This is a nightmare. Last year, I submitted a 330 GRE score and was rejected. Did ANYONE been ADMITTED last year WITHOUT submitting GRE scores (all Departments included)??? Please let us know if you heard of anymore admitted to any MS program that stated GRE as OPTIONAL.

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Stanford UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (S21)Accepted via Postal Service on 7 Sep 2021 A7 Sep 2021

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Stanford UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (S21)Accepted via Postal Service on 7 Sep 2021 A7 Sep 2021

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Stanford UniversityCivil Engineering, Sustainable Design And Construction SDC, Masters (F21)Accepted via Website on 9 Jun 2021 I16 Jun 2021 Didn’t get any notification. I checked the portal today and the decision was there (signed on June 9). Glad to be part of the “Nerd Nation”.

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Stanford UniversityCivil And Environmental Engineering - SDC, Masters (F21)Rejected via Other on 16 Jun 2021 A16 Jun 2021 Sent email today to check applyweb. Standard rejection letter was posted. "We regret to inform you ... too many applicants for spots."

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Stanford UniversityBioengineering, Masters (F21)Accepted via E-mail on 29 Mar 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.95
GRE General (V/Q/W): 0/0/0.00
GRE Subject: n/a
♦A14 Jun 2021

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Stanford UniversityCivil And Environmental Engineering, Sustainable Design & Construction, Masters (F21)Rejected via Website on 28 May 2021 A29 May 2021

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Stanford UniversityEpidemiology And Clinical Research, Masters (F21)Wait listed via E-mail on 19 May 2021 A20 May 2021

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Stanford UniversityCivil Engineering (SDC), Masters (F21)Accepted via Website on 12 May 2021 U12 May 2021 Surprise but too late. Already accepted an offer from another school in April. (An email directed me to the portal.)

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Stanford UniversityCivil Engineering, SDC, Masters (F21)Wait listed via Other on 12 May 2021 O12 May 2021 I haven’t received an answer either. They will have to send some decision letter even if we get rejected (standard protocol). At this point I truly don’t know if we are in some type of waitlist or not. I haven't seen acceptances on this site either but is truly late.

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Stanford UniversityCivil And Environmental Engineering, SDC, Masters (F21)Wait listed via Other on 12 May 2021 U12 May 2021 I have not received any decision for SDC Master's as well. Do you know if I would ever know the result or this mean it's a rejection but they just didn't have time to send out? Is there anyone who is still waiting for decision for SDC Master's?

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Stanford UniversityCivil And Environmental Engineering, SDC, Masters (F21)Wait listed via Other on 6 May 2021 O6 May 2021 TTPB: Same. No news from SDC (Masters)

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Stanford UniversityCivil And Environmental Engineering, SDC, Masters (F21)Wait listed via Other on 6 May 2021 6 May 2021 Have anyone heard anything from the SDC program? Last week I emailed, and was told decisions will be released by Apr. 30th but I'm still waiting.

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Stanford UniversityCivil And Environmental Engineering, Sustainable Design & Construction, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 4 May 2021 A4 May 2021 Finally

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Stanford UniversityGeological Sciences, Masters (F21)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Apr 2021 I20 Apr 2021

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Stanford UniversityCivil Engineering, Masters (F21)Wait listed via Other on 20 Apr 2021 O20 Apr 2021 (Not waitlisted) Has anyone been able to contact the SDC program? I have only seen acceptances/rejections on this site for people who originally applied for a PhD, no masters.

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Stanford UniversityCivil Engineering, Masters (F21)Wait listed via Other on 20 Apr 2021 O20 Apr 2021 (Not waitlisted) Has anyone been able to contact the SDC program? I have only seen acceptances/rejections on this site for people who originally applied for a PhD, no masters.

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Stanford UniversityPhysics, PhD (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 1 Mar 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.43
GRE General (V/Q/W): 0/0/0.00
GRE Subject: n/a
♦U17 Apr 2021 2 years research experience. 1 summer research internship. Strong letters of recommendation. Rejected by generic email. Also applied and rejected from the Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholars program at Stanford.

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Stanford UniversityEducation Data Science, Masters (F21)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Apr 2021 A17 Apr 2021 Accepted off the waitlist, received notification of an admission decision and an email from the program director

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Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Apr 2021 15 Apr 2021 Just declined my offer from Stanford GSB. Good luck

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Stanford UniversityGSB, PhD (F21)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Apr 2021 I15 Apr 2021 Just declined my offer, good luck

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Stanford UniversityCivil And Environmental Engineering, PhD (F21)Wait listed via Other on 15 Apr 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.56
GRE General (V/Q/W): 153/165/3.50
GRE Subject: n/a
♦I15 Apr 2021 Today is the final day for accepting financial aids, if you haven’t received any confirmation so far I think it is a no for the PhD :-(

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Stanford UniversityPhilosophy, PhD (F21)Wait listed via Other on 14 Apr 2021 14 Apr 2021 sending much love to everyone in limbo rn! hang in there, it's nearly over!

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Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 13 Apr 2021 14 Apr 2021 Waitlisted, was notified last night that I would not be getting an offer. If you were WL and haven't heard from Stanford yet, you might have a good shot.

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Stanford University, one of the world’s renowned research universities, is located in Palo Alto, California, roughly 45 minutes southeast of San Francisco, and the entrepreneurial spirit of Silicon Valley carries over to Stanford’s campus, as computer science is the most popular undergraduate major.

During the 2019-2020 applications cycle, Stanford’s acceptance rate was slightly higher than it has been in recent years, but still just 5.2% of applicants were accepted. If you’re hoping to snag a spot at this prestigious school, here’s everything you need to know about applying.

Average Stats of Accepted Stanford University Students

While Stanford does not report an average GPA or class rank for its accepted applicants, it does list middle 50% scores for the SAT and ACT. For the SAT, Stanford breaks its score report into the math and reading and writing sections: the middle 50% of accepted Stanford applicants scored between 720-800 on the math section, and 700-770 on the reading and writing section, for a composite score of between 1420-1570. For the ACT, the middle 50% of Stanford students scored between 31-35.

Unfortunately, at a school as competitive as Stanford, even perfect test scores do not guarantee you will be accepted. But if your scores fall in the above ranges, your application should at least get through the initial review, which means your essays and activities list will be read.

If your scores are lower than those listed above, there is a good chance you will be automatically disqualified unless you are a legacy student, a recruited athlete, or an underrepresented minority. While this may seem unfair, Stanford receives over 40,000 applications per year, so like many selective schools, they use theAcademic Index to filter out applicants that are not academically comparable to the average Stanford student.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Stanford, like many schools, has adopted a temporary test-optional policy. If you are wondering whether you should still try to take the SAT or ACT and would like more advice, you can read our article ontest-optional policies. While a strong test score can only help your application, your and your family’s health is most important.

Finally, although Stanford does not report the average GPAs of its accepted classes, if you would still like to know your GPA but do not know how to calculate it,you can find it using our free GPA calculator.

Stanford University Application Process

Application Overview

Stanford accepts both the Common and Coalition Application, and students can apply either Restrictive Early Action or Regular Decision. REA is an unusual policy adopted by some of the most selective schools in the country, under which you cannot apply to any other private college or university during the early cycle. You can apply to public universities, however, and unlike Early Decision, if you are accepted REA to Stanford you are not required to attend.

The REA and RD deadlines are as follows:

REARD
Application deadlineNovember 1January 2
Decision byDecember 15April 1
Confirm attendance byMay 1May 1

The fee to submit your application, regardless of which cycle you apply in and which platform you use, is $90. If you are worried that this cost may prevent you from submitting your application, you can requesta fee waiver in either the Common or Coalition Application.

Stanford Application Components

  • The Common Application or Coalition Application
  • $90 application fee, or approval of your fee waiver request
  • School report and counselor recommendation
  • Official transcript
  • Two teacher letters of recommendation
  • Midyear transcript
  • Stanford supplemental essays
  • Stanford supplemental essay prompts
  • Optional alumni interview

School Report

Your school report, which will likely be submitted by your school counselor along with their recommendation, contains factual information about your high school such as the academic programs offered, average GPAs, and so on. This report gives Stanford context as they evaluate your academic performance in high school.

Midyear Transcript

Even if you are accepted REA to Stanford, you must still submit this to update Stanford on your senior year academic performance.

Our free chancing engine takes into account your history, background, test scores, and extracurricular activities to show you your real chances of admission—and how to improve them.

Stanford Supplemental Prompts

Short answer questions:

  • What is the most significant challenge that society faces today? (3-50 words)
  • How did you spend your last two summers? (3-50 words)
  • What historical moment or event do you wish you could have witnessed? (3-50 words)
  • Briefly elaborate on one of your extracurricular activities, a job you hold, or responsibilities you have for your family. (3-50 words)
  • Name one thing you are looking forward to experiencing at Stanford. (3-50 words)

Essays:

  • The Stanford community is deeply curious and driven to learn in and out of the classroom. Reflect on an idea or experience that makes you genuinely excited about learning. (100-250 words)
  • Virtually all of Stanford’s undergraduates live on campus. Write a note to your future roommate that reveals something about you or that will help your roommate – and us – get to know you better. (100-250 words)
  • Tell us about something that is meaningful to you and why. (100-250 words)

If you are wondering how to approach these prompts, we encourage you to check out ourGuide to the Stanford Supplemental Essays. Once you have written your essay, you can also receive free feedback from other students with ourPeer Essay Review tool!

Interview

If you live in one of Stanford’sinterview areas, you may be offered an interview. Even if you live in one of these areas, you may not receive an offer, however, as Stanford only has so many interviewers—if you are not contacted, do not interpret it as negative commentary on your application.

If you are offered an interview, however, we strongly recommend that you accept, as interviews are a valuable opportunity to elaborate on and add to the content of your application. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all Stanford interviews will be conducted virtually during this applications cycle, over platforms such as Zoom, Skype, or FaceTime.

If you have further questions about Stanford interviews, an overview of the process can be foundon the admissions website.

When Will You Hear Back?

As noted in the table above, the REA decision day is December 15th, and the RD decision day is April 1st—but don’t worry, if you get in, it’s not an April Fool’s joke.

Note that if you apply REA, three things can happen: you can be accepted or denied outright, or deferred, which means your application is still under consideration, and will be reevaluated during the RD cycle. While it is difficult to get in after being deferred, it does happen.

If you apply RD, there are also three possible outcomes: outright acceptance or denial, or being waitlisted. Stanford can accept you off the waitlist at any point up to the start of the fall term, but you should not count on this happening, as it is quite uncommon, so do make sure to put down a deposit at another college by May 1st.

Stanford University Financial Aid

Financial Aid Generosity

For the 2020-2021 academic year, the annual cost of attending Stanford is $78,218. Almost half of all Stanford undergraduates receive financial aid, however, with an average package of $58,494. Stanford commits to meeting100% of a family’s demonstrated need, as well as providingloan-free aid. For applicants who are US citizens or undocumented but residing in the US, Stanford has aneed-blind admissions policy, but this policy does not apply to international students.

Below is a table which shows the average amount of financial aid received by families in certain income brackets, and the percent of applicants in those brackets who qualify for aid.

Annual Family IncomeAverage Aid PackagePercentage of Applicants who Qualify for Aid
Under $65,000$78,30999%
$65,000-$95,000$68,32398%
$95,000-$125,000$58,99897%
$125,000-$155,000$49,90397%
$155,000-$185,000$43,38295%
$185,000-$215,000$32,80095%
$215,000-$245,000$30,20189%
Over $245,000$23,03648%

Stanford does note that most families in the two highest income brackets who qualify for aid have two or more children in college.

If you would like to estimate the aid package you would receive from Stanford, you can use theQuick Cost Estimator or Net Price Calculator. If you would like to know more about the cost of Stanford, you can check out our post:What Does It Really Cost to Attend Stanford?

How to Apply for Financial Aid

The below table shows which documents must be submitted, and the important financial aid deadlines to be aware of, for different types of applicants.

Type of ApplicantNecessary DocumentsDeadline to Apply for AidNotification of Aid Package
REA US citizen or undocumented residentCSS Profile, FAFSA, IDOC (Institutional Documentation Service)November 15thDecember 15th
REA international studentCSS Profile, International Student Supplement, IDOC (Canadian applicants only)November 15thDecember 15th
RD US citizen or undocumented residentCSS Profile, FAFSA, IDOC (Institutional Documentation Service)February 15thApril 1st
RD international studentCSS Profile, International Student Supplement, IDOC (Canadian applicants only)February 15thApril 1st

If you have questions about the materials you have to submit, you can find out more aton the Stanford financial aid site by clicking on the category of applicant you fall into.

What Are Your Chances of Acceptance?

While Stanford’s overall acceptance rate is incredibly low, some applicants have much better chances based on their profile. If you would like to know your personal chance of acceptance at Stanford, based on your own academic and extracurricular accomplishments, we encourage you to check out ourchancing engine.

If you have further questions about Stanford, ourschool overview page has more information about Stanford’s demographics, most popular majors, and more. We hope the resources we provide are helpful as you begin working on your application to Stanford, and best of luck!

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Stanford University is a highly competitive school and its admissions statistics make Stanford University one of the 50 most competitive schools for undergraduate admissions globally. Similar to the trends across all top schools, Stanford University acceptance rates have continued to decline over the past 8 years and will almost certainly continue to do so into the future.

The Class of 2022 was the single most challenging year to be admitted to Stanford University ever. For the Class of 2022, 47,450 students applied to Stanford University of which 2,040 students were accepted, yielding an overall acceptance rate of 4.3%. Overall applications increased by 7.7% over last year (2021 to 2022) from 44,073 to 47,450.

For the Class of 2022, 750 students were admitted through the early admissions process. Total early applications totaled 8,400, yielding an early acceptance rate of 8.9%. Early applications increased by 7.4% over last year (2021 to 2022) from 7,822 to 8,400.

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Waitlist FAQs

We have tremendous respect for the students who apply for undergraduate admission to Stanford. In our review of the presented materials, we seek to know each applicant individually and to develop an understanding of the applicant within the context of the resources and opportunities available to that student. Applicants convey their strengths through their academic record, personal essays, teacher and counselor evaluations, and extracurricular activities.

The two most important criteria for admission to Stanford are distinguished academic achievement in high school and significant potential to achieve at a high level during the undergraduate years. Another criterion for admission is involvement outside the classroom, where we seek evidence of sustained commitment and leadership in school and community activities. We look for students who will make a strong contribution to the Stanford community by demonstrating intellectual vitality and academic leadership, qualities not entirely captured by grade point averages and test scores. Unfortunately, because of the number of exceptional students who apply to Stanford, there are many top students for whom we simply do not have room.

Sometimes a candidate is denied admission while someone else, whose rank in class or test scores are lower, is admitted. This occurs both because we value hard-to-quantify personal qualities and achievements and because schools, programs, and individuals vary so widely. While you might know another applicant's rank in class, GPA, and test scores, only admission officers see the entire application, including the student's writing and teacher and counselor evaluations. Each applicant presents a unique combination of achievement, potential, and intellectual vitality, as well as their personal qualities and story. It is the composite of these factors that ultimately influences our decisions.

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