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Office Closed Monday, January 21 Last updated January 16, 10:46 am

The Admissions & Financial Aid Office and the Admissions Visitor Center will be closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 21. We will re-open with normal business hours on Tuesday, January 22.


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Upcoming Important Dates 

January 1:

Regular Decision application deadline

March 1:

Transfer admission application deadline

Late March:

Regular Decision admission decisions are released

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