Updated: Jul 27
Wouldn't it be nice to have one ace in the hole by the time school starts? Some schools with rolling admissions:
The University of Pittsburgh - The University of Pittsburgh operates on a rolling admission policy, which means that for their first-year students and undergraduate programs, there’s no set deadline for applying to Pitt. Pitt reviews all university applications and make admissions decisions throughout the year, so it’s to your advantage to apply early.
The University of Kentucky - UK notifies applicants of their admission status beginning in September. Applicants should expect a decision four to six weeks after submitting the application and all required documents.
West Virginia University - WVU has a rolling admissions policy which means they do not have a specific deadline by which you must apply. The application review period for the fall semester begins on August 15.
Arizona State University - Once they have received a complete application, including paid application fee and official transcripts, undergraduate students should receive an admission decision in about four weeks. Depending on the volume of student applications, processing times may vary. In some instances, admission decisions can be made in as little as five business days.
Belmont University - Admission decisions at Belmont are made on a rolling basis, and all candidates with completed application files are given equal consideration throughout the admission cycle. The Admissions Committee will begin communicating admission decisions with applicants via U.S. Mail in mid-September.
Coastal Carolina University - Coastal Carolina University is a rolling admission school, which means they have no application deadlines. Once a student's application is complete, they will receive a decision within 3 weeks.
Loyola University Chicago - Admissions decisions are emailed to applicants beginning in December. In general, it will take 8-10 weeks after the applicant's file is complete to receive this information.
Wake Forest University Early Decision Applications -Early Decision I (ED I) students may apply after completion of the junior year but no later than November 15. ED I applicants are notified on a rolling basis, typically six to eight weeks after the application is completed.
Auburn University Early Action – Auburn offers three rounds of early action. Students submitting applications by September 15th hear back by mid-October.