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Get Your Chances of Admission to Small New England NEWMAC Colleges and Universities

The East Coast boasts some of the top most selective colleges and universities in the U.S., including small New England schools which are members of the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC): Babson College, Clark University, MIT, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, Springfield College, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Wellesley College, Wheaton College, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

Each NEWMAC college and university has different, admission requirements,  admissions criteria and standards, so an applicant’s chance of admission can vary significantly from college to college.   If you’re curious about which NEWMAC or other top colleges you’re more likely to get into, Go4Ivy can calculate your chances of admission, so you can make informed decisions about where to apply. Go4Ivy developed a separate algorithm for each NEWMAC college and university which predicts students’ chances of being accepted by each school. These algorithms are continually updated and revised as the schools change their admission criteria and their approaches. Over the last 15 years our predictions have been over 90% correct (100% correct the last three years). Go4Ivy refunds the fee for any school for which its prediction turns out to be incorrect. We are proud to have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

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Or, if you're still researching colleges and narrowing down your college list, you can find additional information about the NEWMAC schools below, including location, acceptance rate, admissions requirements, most popular majors, undergraduate enrollment, median SAT's, ACT's and more....

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Babson College

231 Forest Street
Babson Park, MA 02457
(781) 239-5522
www.babson.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 26%
  • Enrollment: 2,100 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Business–
    • Communications -
    • Computer Sciences-
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT or ACT with writing, essay

Clark University

950 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 793-7431
www.clarku.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 54%
  • Enrollment: 2,230 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–27%
    • Psychology–15%
    • Biology–10%
  • Admissions Requirements: Essay

United States Coast Guard Academy

31 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
(860) 444-8500
www.uscga.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 18%
  • Enrollment: 900 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Engineering–53%
    • Business/Marketing– 16%
    • Social Sciences–14%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT or ACT with writing, essay

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

77 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 253-3400
www.mit.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 8%
  • Enrollment: 4,500 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Engineering–35%
    • Computer/Information Sciences– 22%
    • Mathematics–10%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT or ACT, SAT Subject Tests, essay

Mount Holyoke College

50 College Street
South Hadley, MA 01075
(413) 538-2023
www.mtholyoke.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 55%
  • Enrollment: 2,200 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–29%
    • Biology–11%
    • English–7%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

Smith College

7 College Lane
Northhampton, MA 01063
(413) 585-2500
www.smith.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 42%
  • Enrollment: 2,600 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–24%
    • Biology–11%
    • Foreign Languages–10%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

Springfield College

263 Alden Street
Springfield, MA 01109
(413) 748-3136
www.springfieldcollege.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 68%
  • Enrollment: 2,100 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Not available
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT or ACT with writing, essay

Wellesley College

106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
(781) 283-2270
www.wellesley.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 30%
  • Enrollment: 2,100 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–24%
    • Biology–10%
    • Ethnic Studies–10%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    SAT and SAT Subject Tests or ACT with writing, essay

Wheaton College

26 East Main Street
Norton, MA 02766
(508) 286-8251
www.wheatoncollege.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 70%
  • Enrollment: 1,500 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Social Sciences–23%
    • Psychology–15%
    • Visual/Performing Arts–12%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

100 Institute Road
Worcester, MA 01609
(508) 831-5286
www.wpi.edu

  • Acceptance Rate: 44%
  • Enrollment: 4,100 undergraduates
  • Most Popular Majors:
    • Engineering–72%
    • Biology–8%
  • Admissions Requirements:
    Essay

About New England's NEWMAC Conference

The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) is an association of ten selective Massachusetts, upstate New York and Connecticut colleges that participate in NCAA Division III athletics.

The conference, founded in 1985 by six women's institutions, was originally called The New England Woman's 6 Conference. After accepting two more colleges in 1988, its name was changed to the NEW8. In 1999, two more colleges were added and the conference became known as the NEWMAC, the name it uses today. Upon its last renaming, the conference began to sponsor conference play and championships for men's teams in addition to the women's teams that were already being sponsored.

Although all ten NEWMAC colleges emphasize academics over athletics and share the same athletic philosophies in the sports they sponsor, the colleges are quite different from each other. Note that their undergraduate enrollments range significantly. Three of the colleges only accept women (Mt. Holyoke, Smith, and Wellesley) and others are known for their engineering (M.I.T., W.P.I., and the Coast Guard Academy) or business program(Babson Colleges ), while Clark University, Wheaton College and Springfield College are co-ed schools emphasizing liberal arts.

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