Many college applications don't provide spacing guidelines because the admissions folks truly don't care what spacing you use.
You'll even find that many application guidelines state that the essay can be single- or double-spaced.
Double Space is a technology from Microsoft that compresses and uncompresses the data on a hard drive using FAT.
By compressing the data contained on a hard drive, more data can be stored on a hard drive.
After all, the school has an essay requirement because it has holistic admissions.
The admissions folks want to get to know you as a whole person, so it's the content of your essay, not its spacing, that truly matters.
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In text formatting, a double space means sentences contain a full blank line (the equivalent of the full height of a line of text) between the rows of words.
Some college applications allow applicants to attach an essay as a file.
To the chagrin of many applicants, many other college applications do not provide guidelines for formatting personal essays.