With the Early Action deadline passing, here are a few updates about the process:
- Total EA Applications (10.5% increase over last year): 13,291
- Complete Early Action Applications: 9,950
- # of EA Applicants Applying within 3 days of Deadline: 3,523
As you can see, a large number (roughly 75%) of the
Early Action applications are complete. Additionally, over 25% of the
total applicant pool for
EA applied right around the deadline. This means our office still
digging out from under the
thousands of documents, test scores, etc. we have received. We
appreciate your patience
as we work as quickly as possible to match documents with files.
takes our office about 5 to 10 business days to match a document with
an applicant’s file, and with the materials submission deadline of 10/22, we are
still receiving a large number of items. If your documents were submitted by this
will be considered for Early Action. We are accepting the October 11 SAT
for Early Action as long as you designated UGA as a school to
automatically receive your scores, and we have imported most of these
today, so they should show up on the myStatus page soon. I believe we will be receiving the October 11 SAT sometime next week (the College Board site says 10/28), but make sure to give us time to receive these scores and load them into the system.
Be sure to check your myStatus to make sure you are complete! If
material you have sent is not showing up on your myStatus, double-check
with your counselor, College Board, etc. to make sure that it was sent.
If it was sent and it has been more than 10 business days (business days do not include weekends or holidays), I would suggest either resending the document(s) or contacting us. We do not accept faxed documents, so make sure to send it electronically or by mail.
Now that you have submitted your
application (and it is hopefully complete), take a few minutes to relax
and enjoy the fall weather and some UGA football!