The University’s yield for the Class of 2019 is 69.4 percent, according to University Media Relations Specialist Min Pullan.
The yield is the highest in the University’s history.
Of the 1,909 admitted students, 1,324 have committed to the University.
This year's yield represents a 0.2 percentage point increase from last year’s yield of 69.2 percent.
The University expects that over the course of the summer, the yield number will be reduced by 20-30 students because of “summer melt,” Pullan said. The target enrollment number for the Class of 2019 remains 1,310.
Dean of Admission Janet Rapelye was not available for comment.