Applying to colleges can be confusing.
For example, what exactly does it mean to apply “Early Action”?
Let’s break it down.
Q: If I get accepted as an Early Action applicant, does that mean I’m committing to attending LIM?
A: No! If you’re accepted through Early Action, it’s nonbinding. Translation: We definitely want you to come here, but you’re not required.
Q: Do I have to submit SAT/ACT scores if I apply Early Action?
A: No. Submitting SAT/ACT is optional, no matter when you apply.
Q: What are the benefits of being an Early Action applicant?
A: It gives you more time to make your final decision, since you know you’re already accepted. You can also make a more informed financial decision, because you’ll have more time and opportunities to fully understand your total cost of attendance and what resources are available to make your education affordable.
Q: What’s the deadline for Early Action? And when will I get a decision?
A: Our Early Action application deadline is Nov. 15. We’ll let you know if you’re accepted by mid-December. And you can start the holidays with one less thing to worry about.
Simply put, Early Action is a great way to get an Admissions decision sooner than you normally would, and it comes with no restriction on your freedom to choose where to enroll.