I am an international IB diploma student who was accepted to Colorado College (RD) with a presidential merit-based scholarship of $20,000. I have sent my deposit and enrolment form already.
I noticed that on my colorado college offer it stated that "this offer is contingent on getting the same grades (or better)" at the end of the welcoming paragraph of my online acceptance letter (no mention of such in the hard copy letter they sent me).
I got in with a predicted IB score of 37. If I do not achieve 37 points in the same subjects, will my offer be rescinded leaving me with no college to go to? So is my offer conditional or is it unconditional? (like the majority of US university offers to international students)
How much leeway will I be given in terms of deviation from final grades? Not saying I won't score well in my exams, but still. I come from the british system where all offers are conditional to UK universities and scoring one point less than your IB offer (no matter if you scored higher in individual classes) means you are very likely to have your offer rescinded.