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List of EA/ED Schools


Replies to: List of EA/ED Schools

  • lollipop27lollipop27 Registered User Posts: 856 Member
    nice- just a few more gaps to fill in
  • CoolaTroopaCoolaTroopa . Posts: 1,170 Senior Member
    IVY -
    Princeton: none
    Harvard: none
    Brown: ED
    Columbia: ED
    Yale: SCEA
    Cornell: ED
    Dartmouth: ED

    Stanford: SCEA
    Johns Hopkins: ED
    Notre Dame: EA
    Rice: ED, ID (Interim/Dec.1)
    U-Mich Ann Arbor: Rolling
    Cal-Tech: EA
    MIT: EA
    U-Chicago: EA
    Carnegie Mellon University-ED
    Duke University - ED
    Emory University-ED (2 rounds)
    Georgetown University - EA (restricted; can't do ED to other schools;no denial)
    Northwestern University-ED
    University of California - Berkeley: none
    University of California - Los Angeles: none
    University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - EA
    University of Virginia -none (UVA's getting rid of ED next year.)
    Vanderbilt University-ED
    Washington University - St. Louis - ED

    LAC -
    Wellesley: ED
    Vassar: ED
    Harvey Mudd: ED
    Amherst College-ED
    Barnard College - ED
    Bates College- ED
    Bowdoin College-ED
    Bryn Mawr College
    Carleton College
    Claremont McKenna College- ED
    Colby College
    Colgate University-ED (2 rounds)
    Davidson College-ED
    Grinnell College
    Hamilton College
    Haverford College - ED
    Kenyon College
    Macalester College
    Middlebury College - ED (2 rounds)
    Mount Holyoke College
    Oberlin College
    Pomona College- ED (2 rounds)
    Reed College- ED (2 rounds)
    Smith College
    Swarthmore-ED (2 rounds, I think!)
    Trinity College (Connecticut)
    Washington & Lee University
    Wesleyan University-ED (2 rounds)
    Whitman College
    Williams College-ED
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