Schools work to process admissions amid Common Application glitches

College and university admissions offices are working to process applications and address students' concerns as two ongoing glitches with the online Common Application now have been fixed. Several schools have pushed back admission deadlines and others are allowing students to e-mail, or send in paper copies, of their essays and applications. "What this has forced us to do is be very flexible, so we're able to process apps and respond to students in a timely way," said Karin Mormando, director of admissions at Temple University.

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