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Get Your Chances of Admission at the Centennial Colleges

Pennsylvania and Maryland boast some of the best liberal arts colleges including the Centennial Conference Colleges:  Bryn Mawr, Dickinson, Franklin and Marshall, Gettysburg, Haverford, Johns Hopkins, Muhlenberg, Swarthmore, Ursinus, and Washington College.

Each Centennial Conference college has different admissions criteria and standards, so an applicant’s chance of admission can vary significantly from college to college.   If you’re curious about which Centennial or other top colleges you’re more likely to get into, Go4Ivy can calculate your chances of admission, so you can make confident decisions about where to apply.

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Bryn Mawr College

101 North Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
(610) 526-5152
www.brynmawr.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 40%
  • Enrollment: 1,300 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Physical Sciences–24%
    • Mathematics–12%
    • Foreign Languages–10%
  • Admissions Requirements: Essay

Dickinson College

28 North College Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
(717) 245-1231
www.dickinson.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 48%
  • Enrollment: 2,300 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–24%
    • Biology–12%
    • Business/Marketing–11%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

Franklin and Marshall College

415 Harrisburg Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 291-3953
www.fandm.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 39%
  • Enrollment: 2,200 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–27%
    • Biology–11%
    • Business/Marketing–10%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

Gettysburg College

300 North Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
(717) 337-6100
www.gettysburg.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 45%
  • Enrollment: 2,435 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–21%
    • Biology–13%
    • Business/Marketing–8%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT or ACT, essay

Haverford College

370 Lancaster Avenue
Haverford, PA 19041
(610) 896-1350
www.haverford.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 26%
  • Enrollment: 1,100 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–25%
    • Physical Sciences–12%
    • Biology–10%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT and SAT Subject Tests or ACT, essay

Johns Hopkins University

3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 516-8171
www.jhu.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 15%
  • Enrollment: 6.500 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Health Sciences–23%
    • Engineering–18%
    • Biology–15%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT or ACT with writing, essay

Muhlenberg College

2400 Chew Street
Allentown, PA 18104
(484) 664-3200
www.muhlenberg.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 53%
  • Enrollment: 2,300 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Business/Marketing –22%
    • Visual/Performing Arts–16%
    • Social Sciences–13%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

Swarthmore College

500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081
(610) 328-8300
www.swarthmore.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 17%
  • Enrollment: 1,500 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–26%
    • Biology–12%
    • computer/Information Services- 10%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT and SAT Subject Tests or ACTwith writing, essay

Ursinus College

601 East Main Street
Collegeville, PA 19426
(610) 409-3200
www.ursinus.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 83%
  • Enrollment: 1,700 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Biology–27%
    • Social sciences–22%
    • Psychology–11%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

Washington College

300 Washington Avenue
Chestertown, MD 21620
(410) 778-7700
www.washcoll.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 56%
  • Enrollment: 1,400 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–24%
    • Business/Marketing–12%
    • Biology–10%
  • Admissions Requirements: Essay

 

About the Centennial Conference

Member colleges are NCAA Division III, liberal arts colleges and universities that share similar academic goals and a commitment to the educational experiences of their student-athletes.

The Centennial Conference was created in 1981 when Keith Spalding, then-president of Franklin and Marshall College, announced that eight private colleges in Pennsylvania and Maryland had decided to establish a round-robin football schedule among institutions with similar attitudes and practices. In 1992, all of the sports played at the colleges were added to the conference, as well as, three additional colleges that were invited to join as charter members.

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