Changes to Common App Roll Out Aug. 1
Latest Education News: Changes to Common App Roll Out Aug. 1
With 60 more colleges participating in The Common Application for 2015-16, students can now use the system to apply to more than 600 institutions, some of which will not require an essay for the first time this year.
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