Since Brown's admission process is highly selective, the Office of College Admission seeks to admit candidates who will be academically successful and who will add to Brown's undergraduate community. We look for applicants who have demonstrated engagement in and out of the classroom and who will continue to do so at Brown. Our transfer students bring a variety of perspectives and backgrounds, to make Brown's undergraduate student body a thorough reflection of the diversity of identity and perspective that exists in the nation and in the world.
We hope that the following transfer admission statistics will give you a better picture of the type of applicants we admit.
|Transfer Application Cycle||2021||2022*||Fall Entry 2023|
|SAT EBRW (Middle 50% of Admits)||730-770||740-770||730-780|
|SAT Math (Middle 50% of Admits)||750-795||770-800||780-800|
|ACT Composite (Middle 50% of Admits)||33-35||33-35||34-36|
|ACT Composite Superscore (Middle 50% of Admits)||--||34-35||35-36|
|Average College GPA of admits||3.91||3.91||3.86|
* Includes Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 entry
In the last four years the Office of Admission has admitted transfer students from 180 different colleges and universities worldwide. Students have been admitted from a range of higher education institutions including community colleges, small liberal arts colleges, and national universities, both private and public.