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ED admission question

skylerskyler Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
edited December 2004 in Smith College
I applied ED to Smith and I should be notified on the 15th. Will I find out on the 15th or do are they mailing the aceptance/rejection letters on the 15th? Do they post your acceptance/rejection on the bannerweb account thing on their site? The information they provided was rather ambigous. Thank you
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Replies to: ED admission question

  • skylerskyler Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    I emailed the office of admissions last week about notification, however they have not responded yet. I checked out last year's thread and i gather that people recieved their acceptance/rejection letters via mail, however it remains somewhat unclear to me. Does anyone know if they are posting your admission status online on the 15. If they aren't, is it likely i'll recieve my letter by then( I live in Maryland)?
  • skylerskyler Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    the smith admissions staff emailed me back. They are not posting the decisions online. They are mailing the letters tomorrow, the 14th. Out of curiosity, who else applied ED?
  • firelufirelu Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    Hey! I am also applying to Smith ED!!!!! thanks for the info. I didn't think they would post it on line but I wasn't sure. I have been waiting anxiously for my letter!!!! Hopefully I 'll get it tomorrow (i live in CT so its not too far away).
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