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EDII issue--need response ASAP!

gliblibbgliblibb Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
edited January 2012 in Wesleyan University
I submitted my application to Wesleyan regular decision on Friday, and I'm realizing that I wanted to do EDII. Is there any way to change my application to EDII after the deadline, in the next few days? Should I send an email to my area admissions rep before 12:00 tonight so that it's in writing? I really need help--thank you!
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Replies to: EDII issue--need response ASAP!

  • morganhilmorganhil Registered User Posts: 393 Member
    I would suggest that you email your area admissions rep, email the admissions office and also call the admissions office on the 4th when they return from holiday. Be sure to include your Wes ID. Good luck!
  • JJayceeJJaycee Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    Give admissions a call. Since it's a small school, they might help you out. My son is there now (junior) and loves it. He had an issue with the common application and they were very helpful. Good luck!
  • gliblibbgliblibb Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
    I called and they were very accommodating (a kind administration says SO MUCH about a school, I think). I have a few days to figure this out but thank you for the help!
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