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UC Early Action and Early Decision

JohnFJohnF Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited April 2009 in College Admissions
I've looked through schools websites and collegeboard.com and there is no information about Early Action and Decision for UC schools. Is there just regular admission?
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Replies to: UC Early Action and Early Decision

  • kiran88uskiran88us Registered User Posts: 217 Junior Member
    yes there is only regular admission
  • __allie____allie__ Registered User Posts: 3,066 Senior Member
    All public schools in the California system have what they call the priority application period. For Cal States this is 0ct1-Nov 30, and Nov1-30 for UCs. Even though it's called priority, it is the only time period in which they will accept applications.
  • liek0806liek0806 Registered User Posts: 3,316 Senior Member
    Actually Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is the only school that has ED, and you had to submit your application during before Nov1.
  • drusbadrusba Registered User Posts: 9,137 Senior Member
    The only "early" admission for the UC's is called Eligibility in a Local Context. California students in the top 4% of their high school class can qualify for automatic admission to a UC (not one of choice). Large numbers in that group have already received notification that they have been accepted, many to UC Irvine.
  • PoseidenjPoseidenj Registered User Posts: 546 Member
    I think UC Riverside has an early action/decision, not 100% sure though.
  • haikumarukuchanhaikumarukuchan Registered User Posts: 1,795 Senior Member

    but u can get accepted earlier with ELC
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