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May 4

Written by: kmurphy
Friday, May 4, 2012 

On May 3rd, the National Association of College Admission Counseling released the results of their space availability survey.  375 colleges across the United States reported that they are still accepting applications for either freshman or transfer admissions (and often both). 

If you missed the national reply date on May 1st or are unhappy with the college that you have deposited at for the fall, you may wish to scroll through the list of colleges to see if any are right for you.  Don’t wait though; you will need to act quickly.  The first thing you should do is contact the college directly and ask if they still have space and the process for applying at this late date.  Don’t assume that the spaces will still be available a month from now – or even a week from now.

There are a few surprises on the list, including University of San Diego, Gonzaga University and Villanova University.  Other interesting schools include Oregon State University, Agnes Scott College, Guilford College, Hope College, Knox College, Kalamazoo College and Lawrence University to name a few (many of these are College that Change Lives schools).

If you need some help with a late application, do not hesitate to call me!


Copyright ©2012 Kiersten Murphy


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