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Interested candidates should carefully consider Columbia`s early decision policy, as there is a binding agreement in which Columbia can participate if authorization is granted. If you are admitted, you must withdraw all other applications and accept our offer of authorization. Only students who, after consultation with the Grants Office, rely on financial grounds for non-participation are deducted from the early decision agreement. Filing deadline: November 1stCommunication: Mid-December The early decision plan is aimed at students who passionately believe that Barnard is their first choice of university. This is a binding decision plan, which means that if you receive an early decision, you are ready to visit Barnard and promise to withdraw all other applications. With all other necessary and optional application files, applicants must submit, with an early decision, an early decision agreement signed by the applicant, his parent/guardian and his advisor. Students applying by early decision may be admitted, deferred or denied. If the authorization is valid, the applicants declare themselves ready to go to Barnard by the early decision. If candidates for the advance decision are deferred, they will be reviewed during our regular decision-making cycle. Applicants will have the opportunity to submit additional documents, such as.

B an expanded essay explaining their interest in Barnard and the notes updated in the middle of the year. If applicants deferred by the advance decision are admitted during the ordinary decision, they are no longer bound by the registration agreement. In the event of a refusal, applicants for the advance decision cannot appeal their decision or re-apply for the ordinary decision. However, they are welcome to apply in the future as a transfer student. According to National Association for College Admission Counseling guidelines, “Students may apply for admission to other institutions as part of an early decision plan, but only one request for an early decision may still be pending. While Columbia does not necessarily encourage applications for advance (compulsory) and early (non-binding) decisions, we do not prohibit applicants from doing so. However, applicants should be aware that Columbia`s early decision program is a binding agreement and that a candidate is expected to register, regardless of pending applications (at an early stage or otherwise). Applicants submitting the joint application should conclude the early decision agreement on the joint application website. Candidates for the coalition and QuestBridge will find the early decision on their candidate status after submitting their application. Therefore, the advance decision agreement can be submitted when access to the applicant`s status is obtained.

We are aware that the binding agreement, which is accompanied by an early decision, is not a decision taken lightly. Students applying through the early decision are expected to have explored Barnard`s literature and website and partnered with current students, alumnaens, admissions officers or teachers to learn more. We strongly advise you to connect with us through a virtual event. In addition, students applying by early decision must sign an early decision agreement with a tutor and counselor. You should discuss the advance decision with your family and consider all aspects relevant to your college`s decision. Students who need financial support to visit Barnard should review the financial aid policy and deadlines and settle for the request for financial assistance and the future decision of financial assistance for the application of the advance decision. Non-citizens and international students are an integral part of the university, and Columbia is very involved in enrolling a student population that includes students from around the world. Columbia does not have a separate application, or