Celebrating the Class of 2021!

Celebrating the Class of 2021!

We are thrilled to congratulate the Class of 2021 on an amazing year! Despite another year of unique challenges and a variety of unknowns as colleges managed new scenarios, restrictions and goals, our students have managed to continue finding great success with the colleges best equipped to support them. Below you will find the acceptances of the Class of 2021 working with Bridges Educational Consulting as well as next steps for seniors as they transition into the next phase of their journeys.

American University

Art Institute of Chicago

Barnard College

Brown University

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Chapman University

Dartmouth College

DePaul University

Drexel University

Harvard University

Lehigh University

New York University (NYU)

Northwestern University

Parsons School of Design / The New School

Redlands University

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

Southern Methodist University (SMU)

St. Mary’s College

Stanford University

Tulane University

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Davis

University of California, Los Angeles

University of California, Santa Barbara

University of Colorado, Boulder

University of Indiana, Bloomington

University of Michigan

University of Pennsylvania

University of San Francisco

University of Southern California (USC)

University of Texas, Austin

University of Utah

University of Washington

University of Wisconsin

Next Steps:

Wait List: For students who have opted to remain on a wait list, wait list activity could take place at any time through the summer. The college will alert you if you are selected from their wait list or if they decide to release their wait list, meaning they will no longer be accepting additional students.

Housing: Some colleges may also require you to submit a housing deposit on or around the same time as your enrollment deposit. For others, housing will take place later in the spring or summer. Be sure to complete any questionnaire requested by your college as fully and honestly as possible in order to get the most appropriate room and/or roommate assignment.

Orientation: Colleges will start sending you and your parents information about orientations for new students, and sometimes for new parents too. Be sure to attend as you will gain valuable information about your next steps for academic registration and housing, as well as how to use the variety of resources your campus provides.

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