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Decisions in the mail?

SRMom3SRMom3 Registered User Posts: 350 Member
edited March 2005 in Grinnell College
A poster at this site, www.*******.com, said decisions were mailed on the 23rd. Anyone heard? If you have could you list your stats and where you live?
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Replies to: Decisions in the mail?

  • astrixastrix Registered User Posts: 2,439 Senior Member
    Hmm. I wonder when they'll put them on pioneerweb?
  • SRMom3SRMom3 Registered User Posts: 350 Member
    I didn't know they posted online. How do you access it?
  • astrixastrix Registered User Posts: 2,439 Senior Member
    http://pioneerweb.grinnell.edu (Under Services > Check admissions decision)

    They sent a username/password by email.

    I don't know if they put the decisions online as soon as they mail them tho...
  • ahtsisabahtsisab Registered User Posts: 551 Member
    it shows : not available right now !!

    wonder when they upload the decisions !!
  • SRMom3SRMom3 Registered User Posts: 350 Member
    Came in the mail today, accepted with $$$. Postmarked Mar 23, we're in Chicago suburbs.
  • MerryXmasMerryXmas Registered User Posts: 71 Junior Member
    Mail has arrived on Saturday at home in Chicago. No letter from Grinnell.
  • sierrasierra Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
    got the big one today, but less merit aid (10k) than will make enough of a dent. grinnell seems to be out.

    how much aid did the rest of you get? i'm guessing the big scholarships came with the early writes...
  • topcat0214topcat0214 Registered User Posts: 255 Junior Member
    Sierra, before you give up on them, you might try calling to ask them if they would match your other offers (if Grinnell is preferred above others). Can't hurt.
  • Ainsley727Ainsley727 Registered User Posts: 72 Junior Member
    Rejected...:(.

    GPA: 3.77 from noncompetitive public school
    Rank: 45/450 school doesn't weight grades for honors classes...this is probably what killed me
    ACT: 29
    ECs: Speech, newspaper, choir, theater, NHS
    Area: suburban MN

    Damn. I really liked Grinnell, too.


    Good luck to you all, and congrats to everyone accepted!
  • MerryXmasMerryXmas Registered User Posts: 71 Junior Member
    Re not receiving a packet today in the mail, someone in our family noted that the Carleton acceptance received on Wednesday took a full week in the mail (we have lousy mail service on the south side of Chicago). In our neighborhood, thin letters would take 2 days on average to be sorted and delivered from the midwest, while packages usually take 5-7 days.

    So that is a good sign that we haven't heard! Right? :)

    [No wishful thinking in our household, is there?]
  • lianaparklianapark Registered User Posts: 140 Junior Member
    I got waitlisted.

    GPA: 3.64, class rank was BARELY in the top 30%, my ACT was 32, and umm basically I suck? Haha.

    I got waitlisted at Colby, Carleton, and Middlebury as well. Man... colleges loooooove waitlisting my sorry self.
  • PierreMariePierreMarie Registered User Posts: 412 Member
    what if you're an intl student?
  • RaboKarabekianRaboKarabekian Registered User Posts: 2,819 Senior Member
    sierra: definitely contact the fin aid office at grinnell. It's known for being generous.
  • flufflooozfluffloooz Registered User Posts: 86 Junior Member
    My friend (int'l) just recieved his by DHL. Bangkok, Thailand here! He recieved the half-tuition scholarship thingy. Where's mine? Haha... Congrats to allthat got in!
  • mellowjellomellowjello Registered User Posts: 87 Junior Member
    Accepted as well, will get $ 13,530 a year that is IF I attend, which very much in doubt.
    Not very pleased with the package, just too little, was expecting sth in the $25K range. But who cares?
    Congrats to evryone else who got accepted, I'm sure you'll have a wonderful time in Grinnell, me - I'll be heading to certain college in Lewiston, Maine.
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