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College Openings 2016

Uploaded: May 13, 2016
If you are having second thoughts about not finishing your college applications last fall, or aren't wildly excited about any of the colleges you were accepted to, there is still time to apply to college.

Every year, the National Association for College Admission Counseling pulls together a list of colleges that are still accepting applications. This list includes college openings for freshman and transfer students. The list is updated periodically, so continue to check the list.

Here is the link to NACAC's College Openings


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