When do college applications open for Class of 2024

When to Apply to College - USNews.com

Many schools open their applications in August or September. The application window is typically open until the spring or even up to the first week of classes.

When To Apply For College Complete Timeline - PrepScholar Blog

08‏/09‏/2021 — Most students apply to college in their senior year of high school. They graduate in May or June and then start college in September of that ...

Application Deadlines for US Universities 2023/2024

07‏/08‏/2022 — The most common early action deadlines offered by universities and colleges are November 1 and November 15. Students are recommended to go ...

College application deadlines for the 2023-2024 school year

There are currently 1269 colleges still accepting applications and 4 with Fall admission deadlines within the next thirty days.

Class of 2024 - College Kickstart

23‏/03‏/2021 — Heres our initial list of reported early decision and early action admission rates for the Class of 2024. This list includes results from ...

Class of 2024 Regular Decision Notification Dates - College Kickstart

27‏/03‏/2020 — Heres our latest update on regular decision notification dates for the Class of 2024 for several popular public and private schools.

Applying to College FAQs - BigFuture

Below are some of the most common questions about the application process. FAQs. Expand All Collapse All. When should I start applying ...

College Application Deadlines for Fall 2023 Admission - BestColleges

28‏/07‏/2022 — In general theyll accept and review applications until all spots in the upcoming class are filled. Most rolling-admission colleges open up ...

4 Ivy League Admission Tips for Class of 2024 | AdmissionSight

Why do Ivy League universities care what you do outside of the classroom? Theyre not just interested in having purely academic students. These schools are ...

College application trends for the class of 2024

Applications to small colleges are down; applications to large public universities soar. But there are other interesting (and puzzling facts!)