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New List Out of Colleges With Space Remaining in the Fall

Still looking for a college this fall? High school seniors continuing to search may want to check out the 2011 Space Availability Survey released this morning by the National Association of College Admissions Counseling

This survey's results are compiled into a searchable list of 279 public and private colleges that are still accepting applications for Fall 2011 freshmen and/or transfer admissions. It also includes availability of housing, financial aid, enrollment figures, and contact information. The list is based on an email survey of four-year colleges that are NACAC members. As space availability changes at schools, it is updated and more colleges that complete the survey could be added. NACAC will continue to post the list for the public through July 1.

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