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Early decision audition at OKCU

Rosesarered0549Rosesarered0549 Posts: 8Registered User New Member
edited October 2011 in Dance Major
My son is registered or the early decision dance audition at Oklahoma City University. Does anyone know if "early decision" means that it is binding? He wants to audition early, but definitely wants to audition at many other places before he makes his decision. The university is very vague in their reponse when I call them so I am not getting a clear answer which is kind of driving me nuts. Has anyone had any experience with the early decision audition at OKCU? If it is in fact binding, we may cancel and wait till the March dance audition call. Thanks for any feedback!
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Replies to: Early decision audition at OKCU

  • cltdadcltdad Posts: 937Registered User Member
    I did a quick look through their website and I did not see anywhere that it stated it was binding. It cannot be binding unless you sign an agreement that spells out that it is binding.
  • Rosesarered0549Rosesarered0549 Posts: 8Registered User New Member
    Thanks cltdad! That is what I am thinking too. As long as we don't sign anything or send in any money I'm thinking we will be OK. I am going to try to call one more time tomorrow and see if I can get any more info. I will keep you posted. Shoot- he may not even get accepted and then the whole issue is moot anyway- <sigh>
  • dancerinpadancerinpa Posts: 131Registered User Junior Member
    Hi. I would double check. Usually early decision is binding. If he applies that way and then audition, you are bound to go there. Early action is the one that is not binding. By applying early decision is you contract.
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