Colleges with no supplement essays

<p>.. anyone know of colleges with no supplement essays ....</p>

<p>Boston College is one... (any others ? )</p>

<p>There are plenty out there. </p>

<p>Washington University in St. Louis is another one, for example.</p>

<p>trinity college ct</p>

<p>If I'm not mistaken Dartmouth doesn't have a supplement essay.</p>

<p>@russiaruns123: true, it doesn't... </p>

<p>plus, add wooster to the list</p>

<p>Dartmouth :-)</p>

<p>Middlebury.</p>

<p>Boston College
Dartmouth
Wooster
Middlebury
University of Conneticut
University of Central Florida
University of South Alabama
Saint Louis University
Case Western Reserve University
Siena College</p>

<p>Add on :)</p>

<p>But Dartmouth requires a peer recommendation. Harvard's supplement essay is optional.</p>

<p>Vanderbilt</p>

<p>Miami U.</p>

<p>^ See that? 8 characters :D</p>

<p>College of the Holy Cross... no supplement full stop.
Also, UMass Amherst.</p>

<p>On the other end of the spectrum is UChicago, which asked for three or four supplemental essays!!</p>

<p>So the list is the following:</p>

<p>Boston College
Dartmouth
Wooster
Middlebury
University of Conneticut
University of Central Florida
University of South Alabama
Saint Louis University
Case Western Reserve University
Siena College
Vanderbilt
College of the Holy Cross
UMass Amherst
U Miami
Harvard (optional)</p>

<p>Boston College
Dartmouth
Wooster
Middlebury
University of Conneticut
University of Central Florida
University of South Alabama
Saint Louis University
Case Western Reserve University
Siena College
Vanderbilt
College of the Holy Cross
UMass Amherst
U Miami
Harvard (optional)
Williams
Marquette
Duke (optional)
Wesleyan
Washington University in Saint Louis</p>

<p>I think Williams does have a supplemental essay.</p>

<p>Yes, it Does.. i just checked :<br>
"Imagine looking through a window at any environment that is particularly significant to you. Reflect on the scene, paying close attention to the relation between what you are seeing and why it is meaningful to you. Please limit your statement to 300 words.
"</p>

<p>Sienna has a supplemental for all BS/MD applicants. Im working on mine right now. lol</p>

<p>@Yalefanboy : haha same here!</p>

<p>@Aj and Williamsdad: i wish i could edit the list lol.</p>

<p>I actually wanted to garner a list that exclusively had all the 'goood'/selective univs/colleges that have no supplemental essays.</p>

<p>This list may be helpful for people who're looking to add a college or two to their list at the last moment, but don't forget that no supplement means that 1. closer attention will be paid to the other components of your application, and 2. you have fewer chances to stand out of the crowd/showcase your personality.</p>

<p>Just something to keep in mind!</p>

<p>American University</p>