Feb. 16, 2001
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U.Va. earns high marks for ICU
Applications increase

U.Va. Law School campaign far surpasses original goal -- and all expectations
International adoption clinic opens
Hot Links -- Web site about colds

Cell biology receives $1 million grant

Prey lose fear in absence of predators
Med School sets lottery for free education
Symposium examines technology, media
Center helps assess threats to critical infrastructures
Biological weapons could target ethnic groups
Faculty Senate awards student research projects
Dave Matthews Band coming to U.Va.
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
In Memoriam
Valentin Martchev to perform bassoon recital
After Hours -- Brian Del Vecchio
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Applications increase

Reflecting a trend among top institutions, U.Va. received an increased number of applications for next year's entering undergraduate class.

To date, U.Va. has received 14,902 applications, an increase of 4 percent over last year's 14,350 applicants. When all applications are completed, the total will likely be around 15,000, according to Dean of Admission John A. Blackburn. Last year's total was 14,472.

Also reflecting a national trend, U.Va. received 2,141 applications for early decision, a number 15 percent higher than last year's 1,862. The University offered admission to 897 who applied under early decision, and all accepted a place in the first-year class.

Blackburn attributes the increase to several factors, including the University's quality and prominence in national rankings. "U.Va.'s academic reputation, quality of student life and tuition make it very attractive to high school students and their families," he said.


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