More Colleges Joining the Common App for 2018-19

The Common App welcomes 34 new colleges
April 10, 2018

The Common Application just announced its newest members for the upcoming season (and by "members," they mean colleges who use the Common App). They're joining 750+ colleges that have already been using the Common App. That's a lot! The Common App includes colleges from 49 U.S. states and 19 countries. You can create your Common App account here, and make sure to download your free edition of Inline for help along the way.

Here's the list of Common App newbies for the 2018-19 admissions season as of April 10, 2018. (There will likely be more to come.) Welcome!

New England

Bridgewater State University (MA)

Mid-Atlantic

Cairn University (PA)

Penn State (PA)

Queens College, CUNY (NY)

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania (PA)

St. Francis College (NY)

University of Pittsburgh (PA)

Webb Institute (NY)

South

Bellarmine University (KY)

Florida State University (FL)

Radford University (VA)

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (NC)

The Wilkes Honors College of FAU (FL)

University of North Carolina at Charlotte (NC)

West

Oregon State University (OR)

The University of Utah (UT)

Warner Pacific University (OR)

Midwest

CCAD - Columbus College of Art & Design (OH)

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) (IN)

Lewis University (IL)

Michigan State University (MI)

Morningside College (IA)

Quincy University (IL)

The University of Kansas (KS)

University of Central Missouri (MO)

University of Cincinnati - Blue Ash College and Clermont College (OH)

University of Iowa (IA)

University of Mount Union (OH)

Walsh University (OH)

Wright State University (OH)

Hawaii

Chaminade University of Honolulu

Puerto Rico

Universidad del Este (UNE)

International

Arts University Bournemouth (United Kingdom)

Temple University, Japan Campus (Japan)

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