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"Your application for admission has been cancelled.
According to our records, your application was completed after the deadline or was incomplete at the time we finalized our decisions. All available spaces for the semester to which you applied have been filled."
That's as of 3/30/13. But before that, my status had said it was complete.
Some background info: since the first day of my submission though, which was on time and before the deadline, my status had said that it was late. So through the first week, into December, I waited and did nothing as it said it would take time to process; I thought it was just processing and would be fixed soon. But after awhile, and the message still stayed as being late, my guidance counselor and I called the university to ask them about the problem. Throughout the following months, we called them two more times. Apparently there had been an issue with my application and the mail, so as they requested, we even resent the application just to make sure. We had confirmed eventually that my application was fine and that it would not be counted late, as I was worried it would affect their decision for my application. So after awhile, the problem was fixed, or so I had believed, with confirmation for me from the phone calls and on the online status stating I was finally complete.
But now, it's pretty much the April 1 date, and then I see that my application was cancelled for being late...
I don't know, has this happened to anyone else? I would call them, but it's Easter, so I suppose I should wait till first thing on Monday, but I'm afraid the situation will be - even if things are worked out - as they say, that all spots are already filled. Ah.
EDIT: Adding on to that, when I look at the like checklist they have online for your admission, I have all of the points completed as well - documents received, all dues paid, requirements, etc.