Nearly 280 colleges and universities across the country still have space and/or financial aid available for students seeking to enter school this fall as a transfer or freshman, according to a new survey of higher education institutions.
They include state schools such as the University of Maryland at Baltimore County and Arizona State University; and private schools, including St. John’s College in Maryland, and Mary Baldwin College in Virginia.
Other schools with space in the Greater Washington region include :
Maryland: Morgan State University, Stevenson University, Hood College. The University of Maryland at College Park has no room for freshmen but has limited space for transfers.
Virginia: University of Mary Washington, Radford University, Shenandoah University, Ferrum College
The District: Trinity Washington University
The list of 279 colleges and universities comes from an annual survey of schools conducted by the National Association for College Admissions Counseling. The schools are in 44 states and the District, and several other countries.
265 schools with freshman space available
278 with transfer space available
279 with financial aid available
270 with housing.
You can find more details about the list here.
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