As you’re working on your college applications, you might notice that while some schools have four or five supplemental essays, there are colleges that have none. At these schools, admissions officers still look at your Common App essay, letters of recommendation and extracurriculars—so make sure those parts of your application are strong and demonstrate your fit for the college.
Take a look at the list of colleges that don’t require supplemental essays below. Note that this list is not exhaustive.
|Case Western Reserve University|
|Franklin and Marshall College|
|Miami University (Ohio)|
|Ohio State University|
|Rochester Institute of Technology|
|University of Connecticut|
|University of Pittsburgh|