By : Penny S.
It is this time of the year once again, when our students learn the results for their EA-ED applications. All the years of preparation, toil, and studying have brought you all to wait for these Mid-December dates that universities release their admission results. Though the hard part is done, which are the years of consulting and working towards attending a dream university, now is the really hard part. To learn whether you are in or out.
We at CLC have given our heart and soul for years and countless hours to maximise your chances for that so-wanted “accepted” decision, yet university admissions are always surprising. Come what may, due to our –be ready for everything beforehand mentality of our mentoring at CLC, we stand by our students’ choices and will continue the journey of applications until the very end. Surely, we all wish success to our students’ first choice of universities, however we are prepared for any possible outcome, as universities decisions tend to be…unpredictable.
Our strategy at CLC – to be prepared early on- and to have the best possible profile – filled with relevant activities, projects, extracurricular besides the academic excellence- is an advantage for our students, who feel security no matter the admission decision, because we do not rely only on success but also on reality, strategy, and chances.
That being said, our students’ top choices are our priorities and hopes as well and we share the same agony (waiting long after midnight) as well as the same “fingers crossed,” so following you will find the most important dates for the release of the decisions. But before you stay up sleepless waiting in front of your computer’s screen for that letter to come, take a deep breath, and remember that nothing ends these days. It is just a decision from one university. Thank God, we have been prepared for a dozen more universities. After all, everything does happen for a reason.
Good Luck to Everyone!
Important Dates/ Σημαντικές Ημερομηνίες:
|Amherst College||12/10 6:21pm ET|
|Babson College||mid-Dec (ED1), 1/1 (EA)|
|Boston College||12/2 evening ET (ED1)|
|California Institute of Technology||mid-Dec|
|Carnegie Mellon University||12/11|
|Claremont McKenna College||12/15|
|Colorado College||12/15 4pm MT (ED1), 12/20 4pm MT (EA)|
|Columbia University||12/14 7pm ET|
|Cornell University||12/13 7pm ET|
|Dartmouth College||12/10 5pm ET|
|Duke University||12/16 7pm ET|
|Emory University (Emory)||12/15|
|George Washington University||late Dec|
|Georgetown University||Dec 13- Dec 15|
|Harvard University||Dec 17|
|Johns Hopkins University||12/10 (ED1), 2/11 (ED2)|
|Miami University – Oxford||12/1 (ED1), 12/15 (EA1)|
|New York University||12/15|
|Northeastern University||12/8 (ED1), 2/1 (EA1)|
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||12/11 (ED1), 1/29 (EA1)|
|Rice University||12/9 after 5pm CT|
|Tufts University||12/14 7pm ET|
|Tulane University||11/22 4pm CT (ED1), 1/15 (EA1)|
|Union College||12/7 (ED1), 12/18 (EA1)|
|University of Chicago||12/17 (ED1), 12/17 (EA1)|
|University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign||mid-Feb|
|University of Massachusetts – Amherst||began 12/7 (additional waves through January)|
|University of Michigan – Ann Arbor||late Jan|
|University of Pennsylvania||Dec 16|
|University of Virginia||12/10 eve ET (ED1), mid-Feb (EA1)|
|Villanova University||12/15 by 5pm ET (ED1), 1/15 (EA1)|
|Worcester Polytechnic Institute||12/15 (ED1), 1/15 (EA1)|
|Yale University||12/15 evening ET|