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    Last Minute/Rolling Admissions Fall/Winter 2005

    Hi Everyone!

    I really would love to take some classes or fully enroll in an Urban Planning program this fall or winter. I have been trying to see if there is a school out there that accepts late admissions or allows you to enter late. Are there any schools like this in the US or are most overseas?

    I really don't want to wait another year, so any advice would be helpful.


    Thanks!!!

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    There are probably others, but the University of Kansas is still accepting applications for fall (but you'll have to type quickly - the deadline is July 1). They also have spring admissions (application deadline: December 1).

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    The University of Michigan Urban Planning website says they are still accepting applications for Fall 2005 last time I checked.

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    Well....

    Just sign up as a non-degree seeking student for the first semester or year then get full acceptance next year, just make sure they take all the credits you earned. This way, you can go anywhere you want and you'll know if you like the school.....
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    Try UAlbany, too.

    Try UAlbany (University at Albany, State University of New York) - I think they will look at an application before August, and they will take applications at mid-year.

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    Some places offer classes under "open university" or a similar name/program that allows you to take classes without being enrolled as a degree-seeking student. Sometimes you can sign up for those classes the day classes start.

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