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University of Alabama - Graduate School Application Decision

steffm15steffm15 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I applied to Alabama back in December, and after checking this week the progress bar went from "Reviewed by Department" (a green bar) to "Decision Made" (a red bar). I have not received an email, and I can't click anywhere to see an actual decision.

Do they only send out paper admissions letters? Does the red bar mean I did not get in?

I'm highly curious, but don't want to contact admissions just yet considering I only saw the bar change a day ago, so I'm assuming it's still being processed. I was just curious if anyone could give me any insight. I already have a school closer to home to attend, but I would still like to know a final decision from Alabama either way.

Replies to: University of Alabama - Graduate School Application Decision

  • boneh3adboneh3ad Registered User Posts: 7,226 Senior Member
    Most schools these days send out electronic admissions notices. I have no idea what the colors mean in your case, but if it doesn't clearly state one way or another, I wouldn't just assume anything. Wait a few days and if it's really bothering you, you can always try to contact the department.
  • MandalorianMandalorian Registered User Posts: 1,651 Senior Member
    edited April 6
    Call the department and ask.
  • RamtejRamtej Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    You are admitted now ?
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