CEEB Code for Dreher: 410520
There are several different ways to apply to colleges. Of course, you may always go directly to the college's webiste. But here are some alternatives that may save you time and money if you intend to apply to more than one college:
If you feel you need help in applying to a SC college or tech school, visit the SC CAN GO website which lists all of the virtual college applicaton nights in the next few months and includes links to SC college or tech school applications.
Students applying to UofSC and Clemson may also do so through the Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success application. This would allow a student to apply to both institutions more quickly. Access the application through www.mycoalition.org.
Having trouble with your application to the College of Charleston? There's a weekly session each Tuesday that will connect you virtually with Admissions folks at C of C. Register here.
Common Application to more than 800 colleges: click here.
Common Black College Application to 56 HBCUs: click here.
The Coalition for College Access, an application to more than 140 colleges and universities: Coalition for College Access
The Universal College Application is used by a handful of colleges and universities. Click here to apply.
College Application Fee Waivers are available at over 2000 colleges. If you registered for and took the SAT or one of the SAT Subject Tests using a fee waiver, you are automatically eligible to receive four college application fee waivers.
See answers to FAQs at the College Board website.
If you took the ACT using a fee waiver, you may request a waiver of your college admission application fee. To do so, download this form and bring to your counselor for verification.
Early Action? Early Decision? Which is Which? Which (if either) do I Want to Do?
*Click here for a discussion of both Early Action and Early Decision.
*Download an Early Decision/Early Action Calendar here.