The majority of our high school seniors are enjoying their spring semester, eagerly looking forward to a summer without any college admissions work and a fall at the school of their dreams. They put in the work and got the admissions results they hoped for.
We are aware, however, that this admissions cycle has been beyond rough for many seniors. We see YOU. We hear YOU. We KNOW and report the astounding admissions statistics. So, for you, we’ve compiled the below information.
COLLEGES STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Here’s a short sampling of colleges and universities that are still accepting applications for their Class of 2025. *Note: The italicized schools have not yet updated their status on accepting additional students but have in years past. We will update as additional information is released, likely after May 1. For a full listing, visit the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s (NACAC) site, which is a voluntary opportunity for schools to post their status.
Prepare to succeed in college and beyond.
Among this year’s list are the following schools of interest:
*U.S. News & World Report ranking #
- Arizona State –Tempe: #103 in National Universities (Tempe, AZ)
- Bard College at Simon’s Rock: (Rolling Admissions) #54 in National Liberal Arts Colleges (Great Barrington, MA)
- Belmont University: (Rolling Admissions) #160 in National Universities (Nashville, TN)
- Colby-Sawyer College: (Rolling Admissions) #8 in Regional Colleges North (New London, NH)
- Elon University: #88 in in National Universities (Elon, NC) *fascinating as Elon claims a 72% acceptance rate
- Goucher College: #120 in National Liberal Arts Colleges (Baltimore, MD)
- Hampshire College: unranked in National Liberal Arts Colleges (Amherst, MA)
- Loyola University Maryland: #4 in Regional Universities North (Baltimore, MD)
- Loyola University New Orleans: (April 15th) #10 in Regional Universities South (New Orleans, LA)
- Pennsylvania State University –University Park: (Rolling Admissions) #63 in National Universities (University Park, PA)
- Providence College: #1 in Regional Universities North (Providence, RI)
- Purdue University –West Lafayette: #53 in National Universities (West Lafayette, IN)
- Roanoke College: #130 in National Liberal Arts Colleges (Salem, VA)
- Rollins College: #1 in Regional Universities South (Winter Park, FL)
- Rutgers University –New Brunswick: #63 in National Universities (Piscataway, NJ)
- Salve Regina University: (Rolling Admissions) #31 in Regional Universities North (Newport, RI)
- Simmons College: #11 in Regional Universities North (Boston, MA)
- St. John’s College: (Rolling Admissions) #63 in National Liberal Arts Colleges (Annapolis, MD)
- St. John’s College: (Rolling Admissions) #76 in National Liberal Arts Colleges (Santa Fe, NM)
- The American University of Paris: unranked (Paris, France)
- The American University of Rome: (Rolling Admissions) unranked (Rome, Italy)
- The New School: #133 in National Universities (New York, NY)
- University of Edinburgh: (June 30) unranked (Scotland, U.K.)
- Trinity College Dublin: (May 1) unranked (Dublin, Ireland)
- University of Florida: #30 in National Universities (Gainesville, FL)
- University of Maryland @ Shady Grove: (Rolling Admissions) #58 in National Universities (College Park, MD)
- University of New Hampshire: #143 in National Universities (Durham, NH)
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OTHER OPTIONS FOR CURRENT SENIORS
Taking a gap year or receiving unlimited time guidance might be a better option for you if you’d like to reapply next cycle as a 1L. Consider our Gap Year Guidance Program or our Senior Private Counseling to ensure a robust and academic year ahead! We see YOU. We hear YOU. We’re here for YOU.