What is a "High Yield" University and Which Schools Have the Highest?

"Yield," in terms of higher education can be defined as the percentage of the admitted students that a college or university actually enrolls. Each year colleges admit a varied number of students, keeping in mind what their typical yield might be. In general higher-yield schools tend to be "first-choice" institutions for many of their admitted students. But which schools have the highest yield. Take a look at this US News & World Report article from this morning. Some of these first-choice schools just might surprise you.