10 August 2018
Early Admission Plan Changes for the Class of 2023
Update #5 (8/10)
Many colleges and universities have begun updating their websites for the Class of 2023 (2018-19) admission cycle. While we expect the activity to continue into the late summer, several of the changes we've observed are worth noting.
In particular, roughly 25 schools have introduced changes to the early admission plans available to you this fall. Notable changes include a new Early Decision II option at Babson, William & Mary and Washington University in St. Louis, a new Early Action I option at Penn State and Sarah Lawrence and removal of restrictive early action options at Baylor (now Early Decision I) and Boston College (now Early Action).
If you're considering early admission, be sure to check out our list as it may impact how you decide to apply this fall. Note for our subscribers: the data has already been incorporated into the product, so all you have to do to see how it impacts your plan is re-run College Kickstart.
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Class of 2023 Admission Plan Changes
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|REA replaced with ED1
|REA replaced with EA
|Catholic University of America
|College of William & Mary
|EA2 and ED2 removed
|New College of Florida
|EA2 replaced with ED2
|Rochester Institute of Technology
|St. John's College - MD
|St. John's College - NM
|St. John's University - Queens
|St. Mary's College of Maryland
|Washington University in St. Louis
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