The traditional deadline for college-bound students to accept admission offers is May 1. But the coronavirus crisis has led some colleges to push that decision day back to June 1 or later. Here’s a list of those that have made that move. It will be updated.

Note that many colleges have rolling admissions, with flexible timetables, while others require applicants to accept offers in December or January if they apply early. The sources for this information are the National Association for College Admission Counseling, individual schools and a group called Admissions Community Cultivating Peace and Equity Today, or ACCEPT.

Agnes Scott College (Ga.)

Albertus Magnus College (Conn.)

Albright College (Pa.)

Alfred University (N.Y.)

Alvernia University (Pa.)

Arcadia University (Pa.)

Assumption College (Mass.)

Augusta University (Ga.)

Augustana College (Ill.)

Augustana University (S.D.)

Austin College (Texas)

Ball State University (Ind.)

Becker College (Mass.)

Bellarmine University (Ky.)

Beloit College (Wis.)

Biola University (Calif.)

Birmingham-Southern College (Ala.)

Boise State University (Idaho)

Bridgewater College (Va.)

Buena Vista University (Iowa)

Buffalo State College, State University of New York

Butler University (Ind.)

Cabrini University (Pa.)

California State University at San Bernardino

Carlow University (Pa.)

Carroll University (Wis.)

Catholic University (D.C.)

Centenary College of Louisiana

Chaminade University of Honolulu

Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Clark Atlanta University (Ga.)

Cleveland State University (Ohio)

Coastal Carolina University (S.C.)

College of Idaho

College of St. Rose (N.Y.)

College of Mount Saint Vincent (N.Y.)

College of the Atlantic (Maine)

College of Wooster (Ohio)

Columbia College Chicago (Ill.)

Columbia College (S.C.)

Concordia College (Minn.)

Concordia University, St. Paul (Minn.)

Concordia University Chicago (Ill.)

Cooper Union (N.Y.) *Note: its new deadline is May 15.

Cornell College (Iowa)

Creighton University (Neb.)

Dean College (Mass.)

Defiance College (Ohio)

DePauw University (Ind.)

Dordt University (Iowa)

Drury University (Mo.)

D’Youville College (N.Y.)

Eastern Washington University

Elizabethtown College (Pa.)

Emerson College (Mass.)

Emmanuel College (Mass.)

Erskine College (S.C.)

George Mason University (Va.)

Gonzaga University (Wash.)

Goucher College (Md.)

Grand Valley State University (Mich.)

Hamline University (Minn.)

Hanover College (Ind.)

Hendrix College (Ark.)

Hilbert College (N.Y.)

Hollins University (Va.)

Holy Family University (Pa.)

Hood College (Md.)

Hunter College (N.Y.)

Indiana University Bloomington

Indiana University South Bend

Indiana Wesleyan University of Marion

Iowa State University

Iowa Wesleyan University

Ithaca College (N.Y.)

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

John Carroll University (Ohio)

Juniata College (Pa.)

Knox College (Ill.)

Lakeland University (Wis.)

Landmark College (Vt.)

Lawrence Technological University (Mich.)

Lawrence University (Wis.)

Le Moyne College (N.Y.)

Lebanon Valley College (Pa.)

Lewis & Clark College (Ore.)

Linfield College (Ore.)

Loyola University Maryland

Loyola University New Orleans (La.)

Luther College (Iowa)

Lycoming College (Pa.)

Lyon College (Arkansas)

Macalester College (Minn.)

Mary Baldwin University (Va.)

Marymount Manhattan College (N.Y.)

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Massachusetts Maritime Academy

McKendree University (Ill.)

Mercyhurst University (Pa.)

Mills College (Calif.)

Minneapolis College of Art and Design (Minn.)

Missouri State University

Moravian College (Pa.)

Mount St. Mary’s University (Md.)

New York Institute of Technology

North Dakota State University

Ohio Northern University

Ohio University

Ohio Wesleyan University

Oklahoma City University (Okla.)

Oregon State University

Oregon State University Cascades

Our Lady of the Lake University (Tex.)

Pacific Lutheran University (Wash.)

Point Loma Nazarene University (Calif.)

Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital (N.Y.)

Presbyterian College (S.C.)

Purchase College, SUNY (N.Y)

Purdue University (Ind.)

Quinnipiac University (Conn.)

Radford University (Va.)

Regis University (Colo.)

Rhode Island College

Ripon College (Wis.)

Roanoke College (Va.)

Rochester Institute of Technology (N.Y.)

Roger Williams University (R.I.)

Saint Mary’s College (Ind.)

St. Joseph’s College of Maine

St. Mary’s University of Minnesota

St. Michael’s College (Vt.)

St. Peter’s University (N.J.)

Salem State University (Mass.)

Seattle University (Wash.)

Shenandoah University (Va.)

Siena Heights University (Mich.)

Simpson College (Iowa)

Southern Oregon University

Southwestern University (Texas)

Spring Hill College (Ala.)

St. Joseph’s College of Nursing (N.Y.)

St. Louis College of Pharmacy (Mo.)

Suffolk University (Mass.)

SUNY Brockport (N.Y.)

SUNY Geneseo (N.Y.)

SUNY New Paltz (N.Y.)

Texas Christian University

Texas Lutheran University

The New School (N.Y.)

Trine University (Ind.)

University of Akron (Ohio)

University at Buffalo (N.Y.)

University of Alabama at Birmingham

University of Arizona

University of Detroit Mercy (Mich.)

University of Hawaii at Manoa

University of Illinois at Springfield

University of Massachusetts at Lowell

University of Minnesota at Crookston

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

University of Nebraska at Omaha

University of New Hampshire

University of Oklahoma

University of Portland (Ore.)

University of Sioux Falls (S.D.)

University of St. Thomas (Minn.)

University of St. Thomas at Houston (Texas)

University of Utah

University of Washington at Tacoma

Ursinus College (Pa.)

Ursuline College (Ohio)

Utica College (N.Y.)

Wells College (N.Y.)

Western Connecticut State University

Western Michigan University

Westminster College (Utah)

Widener University (Pa.)

William Paterson University (N.J.)

Williams College (Mass.)

Woodbury University (Calif.)

Worcester State University (Mass.)

Xavier University (Ohio)

York College (N.Y.)

York College of Pennsylvania