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It’s not too late to submit more college applications: Late admission deadlines for 2022-23

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After working hard to complete and submit early admission applications, some students may find themselves taking a second look at their college lists. For students who did not get accepted into the schools they had hoped to attend, there are plenty of schools that offer late admission deadlines. These later deadlines give students the opportunity to be accepted to a university that fits their academic and career goals, and having a wider pool of acceptances to choose from offers students more choice in their path towards higher education.

Several schools with late admission deadlines operate on a rolling admissions policy, meaning they will consider applicants on an ongoing basis until their class is filled. Many schools with rolling admissions policies maintain priority deadlines; however, rolling admissions gives students the benefit of spreading out their college applications and the opportunity to apply often late into the summer. 

Will Applying Late Affect The Amount of Aid I Receive?

You may receive less aid if you apply late. Early admission applications benefit students by offering them access to a larger pool of funding, and many schools offer scholarships to students who apply for earlier deadlines. For example, Boston College only considers students for merit scholarships if they have met the November 1 priority scholarship deadline. Students who apply after this deadline might forfeit their access to scholarship funds. 

Many college FAFSA due dates have priority deadlines, which requires students to apply by that deadline in order to receive the greatest amount of funding from the school. States with limited funds often have early deadlines, or recommend students submit their FAFSA form as soon as possible to get priority consideration for aid. Some states and colleges will still grant money to students who apply for the FAFSA late, but they might get less than early applicants. The FAFSA opens on October 1, and June 30 is the federal deadline for receiving aid for that academic year. Students should apply as soon as the form opens; however, submitting the form late is better than not applying at all. 

Late Admission Deadlines: Updated List For 2022-23

The following are colleges that offer a late admission deadline.*

January Deadlines:

January 10

  • Creighton University – Omaha, NE

January 15

  •  Arizona State – Tempe, AZ
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst – Amherst, MA
  • University of North Carolina: Ashville, Charlotte, Pembroke, Wilmington – Chapel Hill, NC
  •  University of Wisconsin—Madison – Madison, WI

January 20

  • University of Maryland – Baltimore, MD

February Deadlines:

February 1

  • Appalachian State University – Boone, NC
  • Baylor University – Waco, TX
  • Brigham Young University–Hawaii – Laie, HI
  • Brigham Young University–Idaho – Rexburg, ID
  • Bryant University – Smithfield, RI
  • Butler University – Indianapolis, IN
  • Colorado State University – Fort Collins, CO
  • DePaul University – Chicago, IL
  • DePauw University – Greencastle, IN
  • Drew University – Madison, NJ
  • George Mason University – Fairfax, VA
  • Ithaca College – South Hill, NY
  • Miami University – Oxford, Ohio
  • Missouri University of Science and Technology – Rolla, MO
  • Nova Southeastern University – Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Ohio State University – Columbus, OH
  • University of Dayton – Dayton, OH
  • University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI
  • University of New Hampshire – Durham, NH
  • University of Oklahoma – Norman, OK
  • University of Rhode Island – South Kingstown, RI
  • Wells College – Aurora, NY

February 2

  • Bradley University – Peoria, IL

February 5

  • University of Massachusetts Lowell – Lowell, MA

February 15 

  • California State University East Bay – Hayward, CA
  • Howard University – Washington, D.C.
  • Morgan State University – Baltimore, MD
  • Pace University – New York, NY
  • University of Kentucky – Lexington, KY
  • University of Massachusetts Boston – Boston, MA
  • University of New England – Biddeford, ME
  • University of North Georgia – Dahlonega, GA

March Deadlines:

March 1

  • Austin College – Sherman, TX
  • Coe College – Cedar Rapids, IA
  • East Carolina University – Greenville, NC
  • Flagler College – St. Augustine, FL
  • Texas A&M University-Higher Education Center at McAllen – McAllen, TX
  • Hanover College – Hanover, IN
  • Monmouth University – West Long Branch, NJ
  • Montclair State – University Montclair, NJ
  • Randolph-Macon College – Ashland, VA
  • Rowan University – Glassboro, NJ 
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa – Honolulu, HI
  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro – Greensboro, NC
  • University of South Florida – Tampa, FL
  • Wells College – Aurora, NY
  • Whitworth University – Spokane, WA
  • Worcester State University – Worcester, MA

March 15

  • Juniata College – Huntingdon, PA
  • Moravian College – Bethlehem, PA
  • Rhode Island College – Providence, RI
  • Roanoke College – Salem, VA
  • University of Minnesota Morris – Morris, MN
    • Rolling after March 15

April Deadlines: 

April 1

  • Georgia State University – Atlanta, GA
  • Illinois State University – Normal, IL
  • Keene State College – Keene, NH
  • North Park University – Chicago, IL
  • Plymouth State University – Plymouth, NH
  • University of New Hampshire at Manchester – Manchester, NH
  • University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT
  • Washington & Jefferson College – Washington, PA

April 7

  • University of Nevada: Reno – Reno, NV

April 15

  • Salem State – Winston-Salem, MA

May Deadlines:                                                                                                                                                                  

May 1

  • Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science – Los Angeles, CA
  • Clemson University – Clemson, SC
  • SUNY College at New Paltz – New Paltz, NY (General Freshmen Application)
  • University of Central Florida – Orange County, FL
  • University of Houston – Houston, TX
  • University of Iowa – Iowa City, IA

June Deadlines:

June 1

  • New College of Florida – Sarasota, FL
  • Westfield State University – Westfield, MA
  • Salem State University – Salem, MA

June 30

  • University of Washington—Tacoma – Tacoma, WA  

Rolling Admissions:

  • Adrian College – Adrian, MI
  • Arcadia College – Glenside, PA
  • Central Michigan – Mount Pleasant, MI
  • East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania – East Stroudsburg, PA
    • Rolling admissions, application opens June 1, 2023, for fall admission
  • Elmira College – Elmira, NY
  • Gustavus Adolphus College – Saint Peter, MN
    • Rolling Admissions after February 8
  • Kansas State University – Manhattan, KS
    • Rolling admissions after February 1
  • Kent State – Kent, OH
  • Manhattanville College – Purchase, NY
  • Michigan State University – East Lansing, MI
  • St. Vincent College – Latrobe, PA
  • Georgia College – Milledgeville, GA
    • Rolling admissions after October 15
  • Springfield College – Springfield, MA
    • Accepts applications on a rolling admissions basis for all programs, with the exception of the physician assistant program which requires applicants to apply as early decision candidates
  • Washington State University – Spokane, WA
    • Rolling admissions after March 31 
  • Westminster College – Salt Lake City, UT
    • Rolling admissions after December 1

*Application deadlines are subject to change; please confirm the deadlines on the college website. 

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