Early Action Deadlines for Harvard, MIT, Stanford and More for the 2019-2020 Application Cycle
Early Action deadlines are coming up quickly. If you haven’t gotten your application in for universities like Harvard, MIT, or Stanford yet - you’re running out of time!
Below is a comprehensive list of universities which have Early Action and Early Decision deadlines coming up.
So what exaclty is Early Action?
Early Action is beneficial for students who have thought through their college options very carefully and have a clear preference for which school they'd like to attend.
For certain schools - applying Early Action can actually increase your chances of acceptance by showing universities you are highly interested in attending their university.
To learn more about how to make your application stand out in a competitive pool of applicants and secure early admission to your dream school, check out our blog on strengths most early applicants possess.
The Ivy League
Other Top Universities
|University of Chicago||November 1|
|University of Michigan||November 1|
|UNC Chapel Hill||October 15|
|Notre Dame||November 1|
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