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Webadvisor - "Admission Approved" - WHAT DOES THIS MEAN

ooorbjooooorbjoo Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited March 2009 in Chapman University
Does anyone else log in to Webadvisor and see that it says "Admission Approved"? And then see this:

"A note from the Office of Admission: When your status in WebAdvisor changes from Decision Pending, it signals that a decision has just been made. Admission decisions are only provided through the mail. "

What does this mean? Did I get in, or do I have to wait in the mail to see if I got in?? Poor wording... someone please explain!

Replies to: Webadvisor - "Admission Approved" - WHAT DOES THIS MEAN

  • muhlissamuhlissa Registered User Posts: 56 Junior Member
    I think this was discussed on another topic, but yup! You most likely did get in! Congrats!! However, it cant be confirmed until the packet gets to you, but thats what I and everyone else that got in received. Chappenings (the Chapman admissions blog) posted last year that "admission approved" translates to "accepted. So look out in the mail! :)
  • one-wayone-way Registered User Posts: 213 Junior Member
    David May confirmed on the Chappenings blog that "Admission Approved" does, in fact, mean you have been accepted.
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