Harvard University’s Incoming Class of 2021

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An experienced coach and educator, Cory Olcott serves as an assistant coach for the Harvard University men’s water polo team. Cory Olcott holds an EdM in school leadership from Harvard, which recently announced the results of its selection process for the class of 2021.

For the incoming freshman class in the fall of 2017, Harvard University received a record number of 39,506 applications. Of these, the university has accepted 2,056 students. Of particular note is the continued rise in students from African-American and Asian-American backgrounds, as well as first-generation students, who make up 15.1 percent of the incoming class.

A diverse group, the class of 2021 has the following makeup: 49.2 percent are women, 22.2 percent Asian-American, 14.6 percent African-American, 11.6 percent Latino, 1.9 percent Native American, and 0.5 percent Native Hawaiian. Dedicated to educating students of all income levels, Harvard provides need-based assistance to most of its students. The school ensures that students from families with an annual income of $65,000 or less pay nothing toward their education.

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