Many colleges still accepting applications
Scores of colleges and universities in the greater Washington area and around the nation are still accepting applications from students for enrollment this fall even though the traditional admissions seasons is over, according to a new survey of schools.
The annual Space Availability Survey conducted by the nonprofit National Association for College Admissions Counseling shows how many available freshman and transfer openings are available, as well as housing and financial aid.
You might be surprised at how many schools are still accepting applications, public and private, large and small, all over the country.
Other schools in the greater Washington area with openings are: University of Maryland at Baltimore County (limited openings), the University of Virginia’s College at Wise, Stevenson University in Maryland, Roanoke College in Virginia (limited openings), Mary Baldwin College in Virginia, Hood College in Maryland and the College of Notre Dame of Maryland.
You can check out the full list at http://www.nacacnet.org/space. Results will be updated over the summer.
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| May 5, 2010; 9:13 AM ET
Categories: College Admissions | Tags: College of Notre Dame, Hood College, Mary Baldwin College, NACAC, Roanoke College, Trinity University, UMD Baltimore, University of Virginia, admissions survey, college admissions, college applications, colleges still accepting applications, colleges with openings
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