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Spring Admission

katiecakeskatiecakes Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited October 2013 in Loyola Marymount University
So I was initially rejected from LMU, but after spending time talking to admission directors, and sending a letter of appeal, I was just offered Spring Admission. I am currently "committed" to Syracuse (in New York), and would be able to attend in the fall if I choose to go. But LMU has always been my top school.

Were any current Loyola students Spring admits? If so, what was it like? What did you do with your first semester off? (living at home for another 6 months really doesnt sound that appealing)

And finally, were any 2013 applicants offered Spring Admission as well? What is your choice going to be?

Any information will help- this is such a stressful choice! Thank you
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Replies to: Spring Admission

  • EndPhaseEndPhase Registered User Posts: 583 Member
    I haven't been in a similar situation, however, have friends who have been. They usually decide to stay at home and attend a JC for a semester but Syracuse is a great school and you should think about going there, if you don't already since this is a bit late.
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