Schools with late application deadlines and rolling admissions


Louisiana State U.–Baton Rouge

15-Apr

Clemson University (SC)

1-May

Loma Linda University (CA)

1-May

New College of Florida

1-May

Texas Tech University

1-May

University of Redlands (CA)

1-May

Florida A&M University

10-May

Azusa Pacific University (CA)

1-Jun

California State U.–Stanislaus

1-Jul

Colorado State University

1-Jul

Duquesne University (PA)

1-Jul

Seattle University

1-Jul

Texas A&M Univ.–Corpus Christi

1-Jul

Univ. of Colo.–Colorado Springs

1-Jul

University of Memphis

1-Jul

University of Texas–San Antonio

1-Jul

Univ. of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

1-Jul

Boise State University (ID)

12-Jul

SUNY–Purchase College

15-Jul

Calif. State U.–San Bernardino

17-Jul

University of Mississippi

20-Jul

Bethany College (CA)

31-Jul

Fresno Pacific University (CA)

31-Jul

Adams State College (CO)

1-Aug

California State U.–Sacramento

1-Aug

Hendrix College (AR)

1-Aug

Humboldt State University (CA)

1-Aug

San Diego Christian College (CA)

1-Aug

University of Akron (OH)

1-Aug

University of Idaho

1-Aug

University of Nebraska–Omaha

1-Aug

Cleveland State University

15-Aug

Hawaii Pacific University

15-Aug

Indiana State University

15-Aug

University of Arkansas

15-Aug

University of Louisville (KY)

22-Aug

Univ. of Missouri–St. Louis

24-Aug

New Mexico State University

28-Aug

California State Univ.–East Bay

31-Aug

American Jewish University (CA)

rolling

Arizona State University

rolling

CUNY–Brooklyn College

rolling

CUNY–City College

rolling

CUNY–York College

rolling

California Lutheran University

rolling

California Maritime Academy

rolling

California State Univ.–Bakersfield

rolling

Calif. State U.–Dominguez Hills

rolling

California State University–Monterey Bay

rolling

Carroll College (WI)

rolling

Chaminade Univ. of Honolulu

rolling

College of Santa Fe (NM)

rolling

Concordia University (CA)

rolling

Embry Riddle Aeronautical U. (FL)

rolling

Florida Institute of Technology

rolling

Hofstra University (NY)

rolling

Idaho State University

rolling

Indiana University–Bloomington

rolling

Iowa State University

rolling

La Salle University (PA)

rolling

La Sierra University (CA)

rolling

Loyola Marymount University (CA)

rolling

Michigan State University

rolling

Mills College (CA)

rolling

Northern Arizona University

rolling

Oklahoma State University

rolling

Otis Col. of Art and Design (CA)

rolling

Pacific Union College (CA)

rolling

Pennsylvania State U.–University Park

rolling

Portland State University (OR)

rolling

Purdue Univ.–West Lafayette (IN)

rolling

Regis College (MA)

rolling

Rochester Inst. of Technology (NY)

rolling

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey–Camde (NJ)

rolling

SUNY–Binghamton

rolling

SUNY–Oswego

rolling

SUNY–Stony Brook

rolling

Sacred Heart University (CT)

rolling

Seton Hall University (NJ)

rolling

St. Olaf College (MN)

rolling

Stephen F. Austin State Univ. (TX)

rolling

The Citadel (SC)

rolling

University at Buffalo–SUNY

rolling

University of Alabama

rolling

University of Maryland–University College

rolling

University of Montana

rolling

University of Nevada–Las Vegas

rolling

University of Nevada–Reno

rolling

University of Pittsburgh

rolling

University of Tampa (FL)

rolling

University of the Pacific (CA)

rolling

Utah State University

rolling

Western Oregon University

rolling

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Alternative Options….after the rejection letter is received

Many students have been notified of their acceptance or rejection to the list of colleges to which they applied earlier this school year. If you are one of the few that were accepted into your top choice, then congratulations! More information for you will follow suit.

For those that got more (or all) rejections, here are some ideas to think about:
Check out other schools that have rolling admissions or late application deadlines.
There are alternatives to immediately starting your academic careers right out of high school. The National Association for College Admission Counseling have some pretty helpful articles to help you understand your options.
All hope is not lost because you didn’t get in to your top school. You will prevail, you will make things happen. This is just a road block that you have to get through….si se puede!