rolling admissions

<p>which college does rolling admissions.</p>

<p>So far I've heard of</p>

<p>UWi and Purdue University</p>

<p>Yeah, I'd love to know which other unis have rolling admissions? And approximately how long will we expect to hear from those unis?</p>

<p>u of mich, I believe, 6-8 weeks</p>

<p>I am applying to 3 schools w/ rolling admissions: UW-madison, University of South carolina, and PSU. I have only heard from UW which is my first choice out of the 3. There are lots of schools with rolling admissions: michigan, Purdue, and Florida state</p>

<p>O yeah, and most schools take 4-6 weeks</p>

<p>Auburn and Purdue, which both have accepted me. Mich does too, who I have not heard back from.</p>

<p>\There are actually many schools that have rolling admissions - too many to really list. Go to the bookstore and look at a copy of USNews & World Reports Ultimate College Guide - they have a complete list in the beginning of the book.</p>

<p>can i do uofmich-ann arbor?</p>

<p>Indiana-bloomington does</p>

<p>does harvard or any top ivies or stuff do rolling admissions?</p>

<p>nope, no ivies do rolling admissions</p>

<p>most of the jesuit schools are rolling</p>

<p>does applying to U-mich after october severly decrease your chances? I heard that was true from someone.</p>

<p>yep, sure does, your chances are greatly diminshed</p>