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Turning in letters of recs/counselor letters/etc

darkhopedarkhope Posts: 1,299Registered User Senior Member
edited October 2006 in Cornell University
do we have to submit them together in one large envelope? or do we just have our teachers and counselors mail them directly using small regular size envelopes?
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Replies to: Turning in letters of recs/counselor letters/etc

  • jeenabeanjeenabean Posts: 79Registered User Junior Member
    separately mailed in, large envelopes.
  • 123orange123orange Posts: 780Registered User Member
    my school mails them out separately
  • aznsushiaznsushi Posts: 174Registered User Junior Member
    large envelopes?? what? where does it say that?
  • darkhopedarkhope Posts: 1,299Registered User Senior Member
    large envelopes for each counselor midyear and secondary school report, and one large envelope for each teacher writing each letter of rec?
  • aznsushiaznsushi Posts: 174Registered User Junior Member
    uhh i just gave my teachers the standard, small white envelopes. is that okay?? :/
  • darkhopedarkhope Posts: 1,299Registered User Senior Member
    >< i don;t so since i'm not doing ed i guess i'll just hold the letters of recs for this school until i ask my counselors...
  • odysseyodyssey Posts: 936Registered User Member
    You have to provide the size envelopes that your high school requires. Perhaps your school wants large envelopes for the counselor who sends the hs transcript and other stuff. If the teacher recommendation form is one or two pages, then a regular business envelope (about 4" X9" ) is fine (unless the teacher requires something else). Cornell doesn't care (unless the instructions have changed in recent years). Basically, unless Cornell dictates sizes, you will need to comply with the high school requirements, so check with the people there.
  • nameless1nameless1 Posts: 580Registered User Member
    My school is putting it all in a large envelope and sealing it, so there's nothing I can do about it. I'm just hoping that they get the packet done by tomorrow so I can have it mailed and postmarked by Wendsday.
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