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Regular Decision Notification Dates, Class of 2017

Posted on Tue, Mar 26, 2013 @ 01:31 PM

Regular Decision Notification Dates 2013Schools Announce Regular Decision Notification Dates for 2013

American University released their regular decisions last week, and as March comes to a close more schools are gearing up to notify applicants whether or not they will be admitted to the Class of 2017. For those of you waiting to hear your admission decision for your regular application, here are release dates for some schools across the country:


Boston College April 15
Boston University April 1
Brown University Early April
Claremont McKenna College April 1
Columbia University Late March/ Early April
Cornell University March 28
Dartmouth College April 1
Duke University April 1
Emory University April 1
George Washington University Late March/Early April
Georgetown University April 1
Hamilton College March 28
Middlebury College Late March/Early April
New York University March 28
Northwestern University March 28
Pitzer College April 1
Princeton University March 28
Stanford University April 1
University of Miami April 15
University of Michigan Early April
University of Pennsylvania March 28
University of Southern California April 1
University of Virginia April 1
Vanderbilt University April 1
Washington University in St. Louis April 1
Wesleyan University Early April
Williams College March 27

Are there dates you're looking for that we didn't include? What are you doing to keep busy before you hear from schools? Tell us in the comments below!

Tags: For High School Seniors, Class of 2013, Class of 2017, College admissions, College Admission Decision, For the Class of 2013

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