A plan adopted by some colleges whereby students are notified of acceptances or rejection to that college usually within 30 days after the receipt of a completed application. Colleges using Rolling Admissions continue to accept students until their freshman class is filled. Usually, it is wise to apply early to such colleges, since applications are normally not accepted after the admissions quota has been reached. Examples of colleges with rolling admissions are: University of Colorado and University of Michigan.
The application process in which an institution reviews applications as they are completed and renders admission decisions to students throughout the admission cycle.
A year-round admissions procedure. Many schools only admit students once or twice a year. A school with rolling admissions considers each application at the time it is received. Many nontraditional schools, especially ones with nonresident programs, have rolling admissions.
There is no deadline for filing a college application. Generally, the earlier a student applies the earlier they will receive a decision. If admitted, a student is not required to respond, in most cases, until May 1. Out-of-state residents applying to state universities should apply as early as possible.
The student can apply for admissions at various times during the year and is under no deadlines.
An admissions process in which colleges and universities evaluate students' applications as soon as they are complete. Students are then notified of the admission decision.
Policy of no set deadlines for application submissions.
A form of admissions. Most commonly found at public institutions, schools with this type of policy continue to accept students throughout the year until their class sizes are met. For example, some schools begin accepting students as early as December and will continue to do so until April or May.
An admissions procedure By which the college considers each student's application as soon as all the required credentials, such as school record and test scores, have been received. The college usually notifies applicants of its decision without delay.
Colleges process and admit students as the applications come in. Usually there is a four to six week turn around with the student notified immediately.
Students' applications are considered when all required credentials have been submitted. There is either no deadline or a very late deadline; qualified students are accepted until classes are filled. Applicants are notified of admission continuously throughout the enrollment period.
Admissions procedure by which the college considers each student's application as soon as all the required credentials have been received (e.g., school record, test scores). The college usually notifies applicants of its decision without delay.
A policy with no set deadline for application submission.
An admissions plan that accepts and acts upon applications throughout the year. Decisions are usually made as soon as your admissions folder is complete.