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How can I have applications, catalogs and other academic materials mailed to me?

XAP Corporation manages the online NationalAppCenter.com website, but does not mail out paper applications, brochures, class schedules, catalogs, transcripts or other materials. There is, however, a wealth of information provided throughout the NationalAppCenter.com website. You can begin your exploration at the NationalAppCenter.com homepage. If you still require campus-related materials to be mailed to you, please make your request directly to the college or university admission office. You can do this here using myMail.


Where can I find information about my major program?

The NationalAppCenter.com College Finder is an easy-to-use tool for finding campuses with your major program.

You can also use NationalAppCenter.com to search the websites of colleges and universities across the Unites States.

If you require more detailed information about a department or major, please contact the admission offices through myMail, or find more detailed campus information through Campus Tours.


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