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University Of Miami Early Decision Agreement

If you have filed an application with a fake Social Security number, send a clear copy of your Social Security card to 305-284-2507 or email it to mydocuments@miami.edu along with a brief statement asking you to update your application information. Once the documentation is properly provided, we will correct the number of our system. Be sure to include your full name and date of birth in all correspondence. Yes, you can update your decision to have your application verified with or without test results, even after you submit your application. Candidates receive an additional 15 days after the expiry of the admission deadline they have chosen to update their file. Here are some examples of specific updates that candidates can make: Submit test results for review by the Admissions Committee Update your test results Update your choice, whether you are optional or not To make these and other changes, candidates must complete the Test Score Updates form on the Applicant Portal. Submit your application before the deadline indicated: 1 November for Early Decision I and Early Action or 1 January for Early Decision II and Regular Decision. We hope that the ability to make these updates up to 15 days after the expiration of the admission period you have chosen will provide you with the necessary flexibility. Beginner students can choose from four admission plans: Early Decision I (EDI), Early Action (EA), Early Decision II (EDII) or Regular Decision (RD). ADMISSION PLAN DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE DEADLINE ADVANCE RULING I 1 November 15 End of December Advance measures 1 November 15 End of January – beginning of February ADVANCE DECISION II 1 January 1 January Mid-February REGULAR DECISION 1 January 1 January 1 January 1. participate in the UM if they are admitted.* EARLY ACTION is our first non-binding application option. EARLY DECISION II is an additional mandatory application option for applicants who have committed to participate in the UM upon admission but need more time to apply.* REGULAR DECISION is our final and non-binding application option.** Edi and EDII applicants must complete and submit the Advance Decision Agreement form available on the joint application.

** Frost School of Music Regular Decision Applicants must apply by December 1st. Please follow the application instructions at the Frost School of Music. Candidates for Advance Ruling I will be informed at the end of December. Applicants for the early action will be informed from the end of January to the beginning of February. Early Decision II applicants will be notified in mid-February. Candidates for the regular decision will be informed before April 1st. Admission decisions can be viewed via the applicant portal. Students should carefully monitor their emails to verify that a decision has been made public. EARLY ACTION is our way to apply at an early stage and without commitment. Our directive requires that we cannot disclose an applicant`s admission decision by email or telephone. EARLY DECISION I is our first mandatory application option for candidates who commit to participate in the UM in case of admission.* Please inform us of this change in admission@miami.edu with the topic “Schedule Change” and request that new transcripts be sent directly from your high school.

Be sure to include your full name and date of birth in all correspondence. finaid.miami.edu/applying-for-aid/prospective-current-student/index.html admissions.miami.edu/undergraduate/application-process/admission-requirements/freshman/index.html Yes, you can update your decision to have your application verified with or without test results, even after you submit your application.. . . .