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E-mail about missing documents

ElenaHart_4ElenaHart_4 Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
edited February 2006 in Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
I got this e-mail from Cal Poly~
In reviewing your application for admission to Cal Poly, we find that either we have not received all necessary documents to complete the process or we have just made a change on your application and need additional requirement(s) from you.

Please view your "To-do" list on the Cal Poly Web Portal.

If you have sent any of the required documents within the last two weeks and the documents still appear on your "To-do" list as "required," please check back in a week for any updates to your list.

Im not sure what it means. I checked my To-Do list and all it wanted was my transcipt... Did anyonoe else get this letter or know what it means...
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Replies to: E-mail about missing documents

  • CantbeataKTMCantbeataKTM Registered User Posts: 131 Junior Member
    Yes i got that exact same thing and my mom and I were confused...I think my mom called to see what was up witht he E-mail... i'll let you know what ended up happening
  • ElenaHart_4ElenaHart_4 Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
    ANyone have any information about this. I got the e-mail again
  • klcklc Registered User Posts: 241 Junior Member
    Elena - I'd call admissions! It may be a stock msg, as they will want every accepted students transcripts, but the phrase "change on your application" concerns me. Be sure to ask the name of the person helping you & note the time & date you called, in case you need it for future reference. I'm sure it will work out!
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