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Restrictive Early Action

Page history last edited by Mark Butt 7 years, 7 months ago

Restrictive Early Action (as of 2007-08)

 

9 of the 315 Common Application members use a Restrictive Early 

Action (REA) process. There are only three NACAC approved early

programs: ED, EA, and REA.  Restrictive Early Action is an umbrella

term meant to cover any college with an EA program in which they've

added additional restrictions. "EA-single choice" is one flavor of REA, but

there are many others.

 

These are the 9 Common App REA members (though some also offer other 

early programs as well):

   --  Boston College - Restrictive Early Action Program permits candidates to apply to other Early Action programs, but not Early Decision programs

   --  Georgetown University - Restrictive Early Action Program permits candidates to apply to other Early Action programs, but not Early Decision programs

   --  Hampden-Sydney College

   --  Hampshire College

   --   Harvard College

   --  Princeton University

   --  Stanford University

   --  Susquehanna University

   --  University of San Diego

   --  University of San Francisco

   --  Wellesley College

   --  Yale University

 

To find out what types of restrictions these colleges place on EA applicants,

please review their supplement forms available on the Common Application

website, or contact them directly.

 

(edited from the text of a posting to the NACAC listserv by Rob Killion of the Common App)

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