May 05, 2017 10:48 PM EDT
College Admissions: Schools that are Still Accepting Admissions for Fall 2017 [VIDEO]
After the National College Decision Day, most students are already done finalizing their options when it comes to the college they will be attending. However, there are a few more who have not even started the application process and still do not know which school to attend. But there is nothing to worry because, there are still some schools that are still open for applications.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling are annually posting the complete list of colleges that are still accepting applications and they usually do it early each May. While May 1 is the traditional deadline for applications, many colleges make an extension because they still have not quite completed or filled out the headcount for their freshman class. Some of these schools include Lawrence University, Colorado State University and Sewanee University.
There are also some school which typically have late deadlines such as Texas Tech, and University of Arizona, and they normally accept applications up until June 1.
However, this does not mean that high school seniors can just be complacent about processing their applications, but to those who are yet to go through the process, here are the three questions that they should be asking when they contact colleges according to Time.
How to apply?
When it comes to the second round of applications, it could possibly be easy especially when they have already filled out other applications, although other schools still require extra questions and essays, which is why it is still better to ask.
How much aid can be given?
There are some colleges which give less aid when the applicants submit their applications late, but give just about the same.
Where is a good place to stay?
Since it is already a late application, most students might have already reserved most rooms in the dorms, so it is better to explore other housing options.
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