Wednesday, October 10, 2018

2019 Admissions Guideline: Why you should consider the early notification application

As you get your application together for the 2019 admissions, I'm sure you've questioned whether or not you should consider the early notification deadline or to take more time preparing for the regular deadline. Although the regular deadline gives you the benefit of having more cushion time, I wanted to share some of the benefits for applying to the early notification enrollment option that you might not have known about.


1. Anyone who gets accepted in the (Master of Arts) early notification pool receives some tuition scholarship

What that means: It means, if you apply and get accepted, you automatically get some type of scholarship added to your tuition just for being accepted into the early notification pool for the Master of Arts (MA) application. 

2. No one gets rejected

What that means: Any applicants applying through the early notification enrollment option either get accepted or deferred to the regular decision pool. It's like a free second chance.

3. Get it out of the way

What that means: You're all done and can spend more time focusing on other things that you enjoy.

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So, what are you waiting for? Get your application together to apply to the early notification pool.


EARLY NOTIFICATION DEADLINE: November 1, 2018



About the Staff Blogger:                                                                                           
Rebecca Chun 
Rebecca Chun is one of the Admissions Coordinator at the Washington, DC Admissions Office. She is a California native who decided to transition over to the east coast after living abroad in Asia for the past 4 years to pursue a career in higher education. If you have any questions, you can always reach her by email at rchun5@jhu.edu.