The early returns for the 2011 college application season are in.
The New York Times has compiled a list of admissions data, including the number of applicants to and the percent accepted at various schools.
While the list is still a work in progress, the Times has already included data on the schools that historically have been the most selective in the U.S.
Here are the five schools with the lowest 2011 admissions rates:
- Harvard University: 6.17%
- Columbia University: 6.93%
- Stanford University: 7.07%
- Yale University: 7.35%
- Princeton University: 8.39%