The Common Application’s ranks will soon grow by 39 institutions, pushing its total membership over 500. The organization announced on Thursday that three new public flagships, including the University of Oklahoma, will join in 2013-14. Purdue and Temple Universities will also accept the popular application.
King’s College London and the University of Bristol are among the new international members. The addition of Modul University Vienna, in Austria, will extend the Common Application’s membership to seven nations outside the United States.
For the record, the Hogwarts Graduate School of Witchcraft and Wizardry will not be among the 527 institutions accepting the Common App next fall.