There are many great reasons for you to consider applying for jobs at Delaware County Community College, from our competitive salaries and first-rate employee benefits, to our rich learning environment and superb work-life commitment.If a college didn’t require additional essays, then no Writing Supplement appeared for that college. And to simplify further, Common App’s Dashboard indicated which of your selected colleges required a Writing Supplement. For the 2014-2015 Common Application, more than half of the 551 member colleges have additional essay requirements.Colleges have the option to insert additional essay questions in either or both the And since every college has a Questions Page, the presence of that page isn’t necessarily indicative of additional required essays.Since it is later in the admissions process, students might not have enough time to thoroughly research and learn about these institutions before applying for admission.This is why it’s important to work with your college admissions counselorwhen applying to schools this late in the process.He or she can help you learn about the schools and whether or not they’re a good fit for your goals.Below is the list of colleges (as of May 16, 2017) that are still accepting applications for the class of 2021.The counselor is also here to help minimize the family's anxiety and confusion during this process, while assisting students with securing academic accommodations as well as completing the application forms and essays.To provide further support, DVFS students receive accounts to sign onto the DVFS Naviance Family Connection page.On the other hand, for colleges whose essays are in their Writing Supplement, you will submit the Common Application first and the Writing Supplement afterwards, giving you more time to complete the extra essays. Aim to submit your Supplement within a week of submitting the Common App to that college.) Please note that the way colleges label their questions on the Questions Page is not consistent.So don’t be surprised when essay questions show up in areas labeled “Granola” or “Academics” or even the more obvious “Essay Questions.” Finally, we come to the “stealth,” or hidden essays. To quote my Virginia colleague Nancy Griesemer, some colleges use “triggers” to prompt these additional essays.