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Common Application Deadline Extensions

Last Updated: Oct 25, 2013 12:00:00 AM

Many colleges have extended their Early Action and Early Decision deadlines in response to the Common Application submission problems. Here’s a list we’ve been maintaining, but you should double-check the deadlines with your colleges just to be sure: 

Barnard

Nov 8

Bentley

Nov 15

BU

Nov 15

Butler

Nov 8

Columbia

Nov 8

Dartmouth

Nov 8

Duke

Nov 8

Emerson

Nov 8

Emory

Nov 4

Fairfield

Nov 15

GW

Nov 11

GA Tech

Oct 21

Johns Hopkins

Nov 8

Lewis & Clark

Nov 8

Marist

Nov 8

Morehouse

Nov 15

Northwesern

Nov 8

Pomona

Nov 8

Purdue

Nov 8

Rice

Nov 8

Roanoke

Oct 21

SMU

Nov 8

SUNY Fredonia

Nov 15

SUNY Geneseo

Dec 1

Syracuse

Dec 1

Tufts

Nov 8

U Chicago

Nov 8

U Miami

Nov 8

UNC Chapel Hill

Oct 21

UNC Wilmington

Nov 8

U Vermont

Nov 1

Villanova

Nov 8

William & Mary

Nov 8

Yale

Nov 4

Other Common Application member colleges, like U Penn, have not yet extended their deadlines but say they will accommodate slightly late submissions (with explanations). And others, such as Princeton, have joined forces with the Universal College Application to accept this smoothly-working application.


Topics: Common Application

 

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