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Rejections/Acceptances: When will Colleges Send their Decisions?

It is probably the most stressful time of the year for the Class of 2022.  The wait is almost unbearable waiting for final decision particularly in a year when we had record applications at many schools including Harvard, Yale, NYU and Brown.  While most schools try to get our regular admissions by March 31, many dates are subject to change.  Here is a list for you for regular admissions:

SchoolRegular Decision Notification Date
Amherst CollegeOn or around April 1
Bard CollegeEnd of March
Barnard CollegeLate March
Bates CollegeBy April 1
Boston CollegeBy April 1
Boston UniversityLate March
Bowdoin CollegeEarly April
Brandeis UniversityApril 1
Brown UniversityMarch 28, 2018
Bryn Mawr CollegeTBD
Bucknell UniversityBy April 1
California Institute of TechnologyMid-March
Carleton CollegeApril 1
Carnegie Mellon UniversityNo later than April 15
Case Western Reserve UniversityOn or about March 20
Claremont McKenna CollegeApril 1
Colby CollegeBy April 1
Colgate UniversityBy Late March
College of William & MaryBy April 1
Columbia UniversityMarch 28, 2018
Cornell UniversityMarch 29, 2018
Dartmouth CollegeMarch 28, 2018
Davidson CollegeApril 1
Drexel UniversityBy April 1
Duke UniversityApril 1
Emerson CollegeApril 1
Emory UniversityBy April 1
George Washington UniversityLate March/Early April
Georgetown UniversityApril 1
Georgia Institute of TechnologyMarch 10, 2018
Goucher CollegeBy April 1
Grinnell CollegeLate March
Hamilton CollegeLate March
Harvard UniversityMarch 28, 2018
Harvey Mudd CollegeApril 1
Haverford CollegeEarly April
James Madison UniversityEarly April
Johns Hopkins UniversityBy April 1
Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyMid-March
Middlebury CollegeLate March/Early April
New York UniversityApril 1
Northeastern UniversityBy April 1
Northwestern UniversityLate March
Pitzer CollegeApril 1
Pomona CollegeBy April 1
Princeton UniversityMarch 28, 2018
Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteMarch 10, 2018
Rhode Island School of DesignMailed Third Week of March
Rice UniversityBy April 1
Rochester Institute of TechnologyMailed by mid-March
Sarah Lawrence CollegeLate March through early April
Skidmore CollegeBy April 1
Smith CollegeLate March
Southern Methodist UniversityMarch 31
Stanford UniversityApril 1
Swarthmore CollegeBy April 1
Syracuse UniversityLate March
Tufts UniversityBy April 1
University of California-BerkeleyEnd of March
University of California-DavisMid-March
University of California-Los AngelesBy Late March
University of California-San DiegoBy the End of March
University of ChicagoLate March
University of GeorgiaLate March
University of Maryland-College ParkBy April 1
University of Massachusetts-AmherstEarly March
University of MichiganTBD
University of North Carolina-Chapel HillBy the end of March
University of Notre DameLate March
University of PennsylvaniaMarch 28, 2018
University of RichmondApril 1
University of Southern CaliforniaBy April 1
University of VirginiaEnd of March
Vanderbilt UniversityApril 1
Vassar CollegeLate March
Villanova UniversityLate March
Wake Forest UniversityBy April 1
Washington and Lee UniversityApril 1
Washington University in St. LouisMailed April 1
Wellesley CollegeLate March
Wesleyan UniversityLate March
Williams CollegeBy April 1
Worcester Polytechnic UniversityApril 1
Yale UniversityMarch 28, 2018

Author: Yuri Punj


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