List of Delayed Admissions Deadlines

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List of Delayed Admissions Deadlines

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As a follow-up to our notice of the Common Application’s apology, we felt it was important for students, parents, and schools to have a list of colleges that have delayed their upcoming application deadlines. 

Delayed-StampList of Delayed Application Deadlines (as of 10/23/13)

November 4

Emory University (Emory College and Oxford College) – (Early Decision) (School materials can be submitted through November 11).

Yale University (Restrictive Early Action)

November 8

Barnard College (Early Decision)

Brandeis University (Early Decision I and Spring)

College of William & Mary (Early Decision)

Columbia University (Early Decision)

Dartmouth University (Early Decision)

Duke University (Early Decision)

Johns Hopkins University (Early Decision)

Lewis & Clark College (Early Decision)

Marist College (Early Decision)

Northwestern University (Early Decision)

Pomona College (Early Decision)

Purdue University (Early Action)

Rice University (Early Decision)

Tufts University (Early Decision)

University of Chicago (Early Action)

University of Miami (Early Action and Early Decision)

November 11

George Washington University (Early Decision)

University of Vermont (Early Action)

 

November 15

Bentley University (Early Decision)

Boston University (Early Decision)

Fairfield University (Early Action)

SUNY Buffalo (Early Decision)

SUNY Fredonia (Early Decision)

 

December 1

SUNY Geneseo (Early Decision)

Syracuse University (Early Decision)

 

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