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Don’t forget to put these early decision dates on your calendar

Are you anxious to know if you got admitted into your dream college? Here is a list of early decision dates you may want to keep on your calendar.

Don’t forget to see the video by a counselor from one of the well known private high schools in silicon valley on what he is seeing from some of the early decision trends.

School Early      Decision Notification Date

Amherst College   December 9, 2016 late in the day

Babson College  Mid December (Early Decision) January 1st (Early Action)

Barnard College Mid December

Boston College Week of December 11, 2016

Boston University December 15

Brandeis University December 15

Brown University December 14, 2016

Cal Tech Mid December

Carleton College December 11, 2016 at 6 pm CT

Carnegie Mellon University December 10, 2016

Case Western Around December 17, 2016

Claremont McKenna Deccember 15th at 5pm PST

Colgate Mailed December 12, 2016

Colorado College Mid- December

Columbia University December 12, 2016 after 6 pm ET

Cornell University December 8, 2016 at 5 pm ET

Dartmouth College December 14, 2016 in the afternoon (confirmed by admissions office)

Duke University December 15

Emory University By December 15

George Washington University

Mid December Georgetown University

December 15 Georgia Tech

January 14, 2017 Hamilton College

December 15 Harvard University

December, 13, 2016, time TBD Harvey Mudd

December 15 (decisions mailed) Johns Hopkins University

December 16, 2016 Middlebury College

Mid December MIT

December 15, 2016 at 6:28 pm ET New York University December 15, 2016 at 5 pm EST

Northeastern ED- By December 15, 2016 EA- By December 31, 2016

Northwestern University December 15

Notre Dame University Mid December

Pomona College By December 15

Princeton University Mid December

RISD Possibly December 12, 2016

Santa Clara Late December

Skidmore College Mailed by December 15, 2016

Smith College December 13, 2016

Stanford University Friday December 9, 2016 at 3 pm PST

Swarthmore College By December 15

Syracuse University Will begin releasing decisions in Mid-December (they do not all go out at once)

Tufts University Mid December

Tulane University December 15 (Early Action) December 20 (Early Decision)

University of Chicago Mid December (Early Action and Early Decision)

University of Michigan By December 24

University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill By end of January 2017

University of Pennsylvania December 9, 2016 at 3 pm ET

University of Virginia January 31

Vanderbilt University December 15

Vassar December 12, 2016 at the end of the day

Washington and Lee By December 25, 2016

Washington University in St. Louis Mid December

Wellesley College December 8, 2016

Wesleyan December 10th 2:45 pm

Williams College December 9, 2016 in the evening

Worcester Polytechnic Institute December 20

Yale University December 15, 2016

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