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Updates to the 2020-21 Early Action/Early Decision Deadlines

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In the midst of COVID-19, many colleges and universities are recognizing the fact that this year’s application season may be just sliiightly more stressful than in years past. With many schools having already dropped their standardized testing requirements, some are now looking to pushing back Early Action/Early Decision deadlines as an additional means for taking some of the pressure off students’ shoulders. 

We’re keeping track of as many deadlines as we can with our EA/ED Deadline Organizer, but just in case you missed an update from the school of your choice, we’ve compiled a list below of schools whose deadlines we know have changed. Feel free to peruse to your heart’s content, and if you’re still in the midst of the writing process for the essays required by any of these schools, make sure to click through the links and check out our Supplemental Essay Guides!

 

Clark University – EA/ED Deadline pushed back to November 15th

Duke University – ED Deadline pushed back to November 16th

Fairfield – EA/ED Deadline pushed back to December 1st

Georgia Tech – EA Deadline pushed back to November 2nd (For Non-Georgia Residents Only)

Middlebury College – ED Deadline pushed back to November 15th

Princeton University – REA Deadline removed entirely

Sacred Heart University – ED II Deadline added for February 1st

Salve Regina University – ED II Deadline added for January 5th

Skidmore College – ED Deadline pushed back to November 15th

Stonehill College – EA Deadline pushed back to November 15th

Temple University – EA Deadline pushed back to November 15th

Tufts University – ED Deadline pushed back to November 17th

University of Michigan – EA Deadline pushed back to November 15th

Villanova University – EA/ED Deadlines pushed back to November 15th

Williams College – EA Deadline pushed back to November 16th

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