At least 53 colleges and universities have announced deadline extensions this fall for applicants seeking early admission because of technical difficulties some students have experienced with a new version of the online Common Application. Here are the schools and their new initial deadlines, which The Washington Post found in a check of admission Web sites. (Originally published Oct. 30. List updated on Nov. 4.)

First deadlines now passed:

Georgia Tech (Oct. 21)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Oct. 21)

Soka University of America (Oct. 24)

First deadlines upcoming:

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Nov. 15)

Babson College (Nov. 8)

Barnard College (Nov. 8)

Beloit College (Nov. 8)

Bentley University (Nov. 15)

Boston University (Nov. 15)

Brandeis University (Nov. 8)

Butler University (Nov. 8)

Columbia University (Nov. 8)

Cornell University (Nov. 8)

Dartmouth College (Nov. 8)

Duke University (Nov. 8)

Emerson College (Nov. 8)

Emory University (Nov. 4)

Fairfield University (Nov. 15)

Fordham University (Nov. 8)

Furman University (Nov. 15)

Johns Hopkins University (Nov. 8)

Lewis & Clark College (Nov. 8)

Loyola Marymount University (Nov. 5)

Marist College (Nov. 8)

Morehouse College (Nov. 15)

New York University (Nov. 8)

Northwestern University (Nov. 8)

Pomona College (Nov. 8)

Princeton (Nov. 8)

Providence College (Nov. 8)

Purdue University (Nov. 8)

Roger Williams University (Nov. 7)

Salve Regina University (Nov. 8)

Southern Methodist University (Nov. 8)

Stanford University (Nov. 4)

Stonehill College (Nov. 8)

SUNY Fredonia (Nov. 15)

SUNY University at Buffalo (Nov. 15)

Texas Christian University (Nov. 8)

The College of William & Mary (Nov. 8)

The George Washington University (Nov. 11)

Tufts University (Nov. 8)

University of Chicago (Nov. 8)

University of Denver (Nov. 8)

University of Miami (Nov. 8)

University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Nov. 8)

University of Pennsylvania (Nov. 11)

University of Rochester (Nov. 8)

University of Tulsa (Nov. 8)

University of Vermont (Nov. 11)

Villanova University (Nov. 8)

Wellesley College (Nov. 6)

Yale University (Nov. 4)