Some colleges and universities are still accepting applications.
After you’ve submitted your college applications, there’s one last step you need to take: making sure they’re complete.
We’ve put together a list to help you keep track of Early Decision and Early Action deadlines.
NBC invited our own Bari Norman to speak with the Today Show about how the college admissions process has changed – or stayed the same – during the pandemic. With deadlines swiftly approaching, Bari offers advice about where students should be in the process, staying organized, presenting your best self to colleges, and of course, […]
There are several types of college application deadlines, and one that you may be less familiar with is Rolling Admissions. If you find that you’re interested in a school that uses Rolling Admissions, it’s important to know what that really means so you can apply properly. What is Rolling Admissions? Schools with Rolling Admissions generally […]
You may be thinking about submitting an early application or two to colleges this season. If so, you may find this primer helpful. Early deadlines are often in the first week or two of November, and decisions are usually released around mid-December. If your application is denied, you typically can’t reapply under the regular deadline. […]
If you submitted any Regular Decision applications, congratulations! You can breathe a little easier now that you’re done with your essays and applications. However, before settling in to wait for your admissions decisions in the spring, you’ll want to be sure you follow-up and confirm that your application is complete and that everything is in […]
Many colleges offer the opportunity to submit an early application to receive an admissions decision earlier in year. Some of these early deadline options are Rolling Admissions, Early Action, Single Choice Early Action, Restrictive Early Action, and Early Decision. If you’re considering submitting any early college applications, you should familiarize yourself with the policies and […]