and Financial Aid Still Available For Students On College Campuses
At least 210
colleges and universities still had space available for qualified freshman
and/or transfer students and all have financial aid to offer on May 3, 2013, according to the
results of the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s annual
Space Availability Survey: Openings for Qualified Students. The survey queries
NACAC member four-year colleges and universities on the availability of space,
institutional financial aid and housing as of May 1, 2013. Now in its 26th
year, the survey is designed as a tool for counselors, parents and teachers as
they assist students who have not yet completed the college admission process.
percent of the respondents are public colleges, and 72 percent are private
colleges. Ninety-nine percent have housing space.
A fact sheet
is available for a more detailed look at the results.
who have not yet completed the college admission process and their counselors
can be reassured that many quality institutions still have both space and
financial aid available for fall 2013 admission,” said Joyce Smith, NACAC’s
Chief Executive Officer. “NACAC is proud to provide this service each year for
students and their families.”