Early Admissions Season Isn’t Over Yet

Colleges & Universities with Early Admissions I & II Deadlines

Early Admissions Season Isn’t Over Yet

Colleges & Universities with Early Admissions I & II Deadlines

If your student is still thinking if they should apply early to college, it’s worth downloading these two lists which detail schools that accept Early Decision and those that accept Early Action. Some schools are extending their “early” season with an Early Decision II deadline, which is noted on the list. Most Early Decision II deadlines are January 1, but it’s best to check each college you’re interested in to confirm deadlines.

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