D.C. area colleges’ Common App deadlines

Ten schools in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia accept applications for undergraduate admission only through the online Common Application — which has been experiencing technical issues — and offer nonbinding “early action” or binding “early decision” programs. Here’s how those schools are handling the first deadlines for the class entering in 2014.

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American University

Year joined the Common Application: 1978

First deadline: Nov. 15

Extension: none yet

Christopher Newport University

Year joined the Common Application: 2011

First deadline: Nov. 15

Extension: none yet

College of William and Mary

Year joined the Common Application: 2001

First deadline: Nov. 1

Extension: Nov. 8

George Washington University

Year joined the Common Application: 1990

First deadline: Nov. 1

Extension: Nov. 11

Goucher College

Year joined the Common Application: 1975

First deadline: Nov. 15

Extension: none yet

St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Year joined the Common Application: 2011

First deadline: Nov. 1

Extension: none yet

University of Maryland Baltimore County

Year joined the Common Application: 2010

First deadline: Nov. 1

Extension: none yet

University of Richmond

Year joined the Common Application: 1976

First deadline: Nov. 15

Extension: none yet

University of Virginia

Year joined the Common Application: 2008

First deadline: Nov. 1

Extension: none yet

Washington and Lee University

Year joined the Common Application: 1978

First deadline: Nov. 1

Extension: none yet

Sources: Common App and college Web sites

 
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