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Featured Review: Sophomore says Make sure to do your research before deciding to apply or committing. Definitely a lot of prestige, resources, and amazing people. However, as an inner city kid from the midwest, the east coast,....




colleges to apply to



Featured Review: Sophomore says Yale has been a fun and enjoyable experience overall. I would definitely choose Yale again if I had to re-do my college application. Academics: some departments are better taught than other departments. Yale can be weaker in CS and Math compared to other universities, but most alums are still very successful. Like most colleges,...Social life: Yale has an AMAZING social life compared to other universities of equal caliber. There is always something going on and you can be as social as you want. Social life is nonexistent...Sports: Not a big sports school but many students are involved in club sports.Yale dining is delicious and healthy!.


The 2023 Best Colleges that Accept the Common App ranking filters the 2023 Best Colleges ranking to only include colleges accept the Common Application for admission. Explore the list of common app schools to build your list of colleges to apply to. Read more on how this ranking was calculated.


Applying to college is exciting, but you'll need to stay organized. Use the CFNC Application Hub to apply to NC colleges, send official high school transcripts, and monitor your progress in a single place. Also take advantage of our other resources and tools to help you stay on track so you meet every requirement and put your best foot forward.


Take advantage of activities to help you complete residency, FAFSA, and admission applications during NC Countdown to College in October. Many colleges waive application fees during the third week of the month.


Thank you for your interest in The City University of New York. The following is a list of application postmark deadlines and admission notification dates. The deadline dates below do not apply to the CUNY School of Professional Studies.


After submitting your application, make sure to send all required documents needed for review. You only need to submit one set of documents to CUNY, even if you have applied to multiple colleges on your application.


If you are applying to Baruch College, Hunter College or Queens College, use the essay topics below. Baruch College recommends all freshman applicants to submit an essay. Hunter College and Queens College require an essay.


Deadlines vary from program to program. So, to ensure that your application is submitted on time, review the deadline page for each department. You can view deadlines on our Program Search page. Make a calendar with any upcoming deadlines. Remember to include standardized testing which can take six months, as well as letters of recommendation, transcripts, and financial aid, which you can apply to even before being accepted to the school.


The Office of Financial Aid at CUNY works hard to ensure that higher education is affordable and accessible to all our students. Even before you apply, we recommend that you file your FAFSA. Funding is usually on a first come, first serve basis. Your FAFSA is the document that allows your college to determine your eligibility for scholarships, grants, loans and work study. The Financing Your Graduate Education page contains much more information about the different types of funding,contact information for each financial aid office, and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).


Your program may require you to take a standardized test. Make sure you check the requirements. You may have to take one of the following exams. You should take your exams no later than the five or six months before you apply giving you the appropriate amount of time to receive your results and then retake the test if necessary.


Your personal statement can vary depending on which program you are applying to. The application may call for you to answer specific questions or you may be given little direction. This is all to help the program get a sense of who you are as an applicant, your unique abilities, your accomplishments, your past experiences, your personal and career goals and also how you think this particular program will allow you to reach these goals. You want to start writing three months prior to submitting your application. This will allow ample time to ask for critiques and for you to edit your work.


Some colleges or programs will request that you submit additional essays, writing samples, portfolios, screenplays or short films as part of your application. Please pay attention to the specific program requirements because they are individualized to each program. Check with the program you are applying to for requirement details.


In addition, your official documents may need to be translated before you apply. You should allow additional time to complete this process. Check with the college you are applying to for specific details.


Join the numerous in-person and virtual events happening across all CUNY campuses to learn more about the different colleges, undergraduate academic offerings and student life, and the overall benefits of attending CUNY.


First are early decision deadlines, usually in November. Students who apply via early decision, or ED, hear back from a college sooner than their peers who turn in applications later. ED admissions decisions often come out by December.


Early action is another type of application deadline that tends to be in November or December. Similar to early decision, students who apply via early action hear back from schools sooner. The difference is EA acceptances aren't binding.


Students can also choose to apply by a school's regular decision deadline, which can be as early as Nov. 30 at certain colleges but is typically Jan. 1. Students who apply regular decision generally hear back from schools in mid-to-late March or early April.


One popular choice is The Common Application, which is accepted by more than 900 colleges, including some outside the U.S. Students fill out the Common App once and can then submit it to multiple colleges.


Other application options include the Coalition Application, a newer platform accepted by more than 150 schools, and the Common Black College Application, accepted by more than 60 historically Black colleges and universities.


Prospective students should know, however, that testing policies vary even when such exams are not required. Key terms to pay attention to include test-blind and test-optional. Test-blind means that scores will not be considered if submitted. By contrast, test-optional colleges do not require ACT or SAT scores but will consider them if submitted as part of an application.


Similarly, the ACT has a fee waiver request form students and school counselors can fill out and send to colleges. The National Association for College Admission Counseling also offers a fee waiver request form.


There are other times schools waive application fees, and not just for low-income students. Students can sometimes get an application fee waived by participating in instant decision day events at their high school or on a college's campus. Applicants should also keep an eye out for free application periods in some states, when some colleges waive fees to apply.


A common piece of advice offered by admissions consultants and college officials alike is to tour a campus. Visiting a college can help prospective students get a sense of the culture and community and understand how they may or may not fit in. While it's not part of the formal application process, exploring a college can help students determine which schools to apply to.


All applicants follow the same basic steps to apply to U-M (although there are variations for transfer and international students). First, you need to fill out and submit the Common Application. Please note, you will need to complete specific University of Michigan questions in addition to those required by the Common App.


*Due to capacity constraints, students who apply for admission into the College of LSA or the College of Engineering and are considering computer science as a major must now request selection into the major on the Common Application. For additional information, visit the Computer Science and Engineering Admissions & Financial Aid webpage.


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We are test optional for this admissions cycle. If you decide to submit scores for consideration, they need to be reported by the following deadlines: Scores from applicants applying for our Restrictive Early Action program must be reported by the end of November. Scores from applicants applying for our Regular Decision program must be reported by the end of February.


Individuals who have served in the U.S. military bring valuable perspectives to our community and we welcome applications from veterans for both first-year and transfer admission. If you are a veteran, please review the information on our U.S. Military Veterans page. There, you'll find details on whether to apply as a first-year or transfer student, financial aid, and making the transition to college life. 041b061a72


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