Accepted - Stats, Celebrations, Discussions!

<p>State: South Carolina (In-State)
Gender: Female
GPA: 3.9/4.0
ACT: 27 (twice)
Volunteer Hours: 300+
EC's: Yearbook (Editor), Softball (Captain), Student Government (Senior Class VP).
AP's: None since my small private school does not offer them.</p>

<p>...And a congratulations to the CofC class of 2016! :')</p>

<p>Congratulations!
I was accepted! It was on line.
State: NJ
Gender: Female
GPA: 95 on a 100 point scale
SAT:1910
ACT:27
EC: national, science, and spanish honors societies, JV cheerleading captain, horseback riding, etc.
Hospital Volunteer, other stuff</p>

<p>Accepted
State: Northern Virginia (just outside DC)
Gender:Male
GPA: School doesn't caluculate GPA but a B student with advanced/honors classes at very competitive private school
ACT: 29
EC: Varsity lacrosse (4 years, sr year captain), Varsity Golf (3 years, sr year captain), Model Congress, Varsity Hockey (sr year captain), Student Athletic Committee leader, school newspaper, community service . . .</p>

<p>Congrats to everyone!!! I've heard it is an awesome place to go to school.</p>

<p>My daughter was accepted.
Virginia
3.7 unweighted
1800 SAT
Tons of EC and a job since sophomore year.</p>

<p>Congrats to everyone!</p>

<p>She got a letter and it was on line.</p>

<p>State: MD
3.7 Unweighted
2040 SAT
Lots of ECs (Girl Scouts, newspaper, etc)</p>

<p>It's a safety for me, but it's exciting nonetheless!
I just checked online, haven't gotten a letter.
If I get merit aid and honors college I may consider it even more (but I already got into my dream school so I'm not sure. The only reason I wouldn't go there is because of financial issues). </p>

<p>Congrats everyone!</p>

<p>State : Northern Virginia
GPA : 3.9 weighted
SAT : 2090
Co-Captain Varsity Cheer 2 years. Tutoring. Great Recommendations. Etc.</p>

<p>Pumped for Charleston! Waiting to hear from the honors college though? To start or not start a facebook group?</p>

<p>Daughter Accepted
State: Southern Ca.
GPA 3.4 unweighted/weighted
Act. 25
Public High School. No Ap's or Honors. Some dual credit classes.
Great EC. </p>

<p>Waiting on her dream school. If denied, will visit Charleston.</p>

<p>Accepted!
2.8 GPA (screwed up in my sophomore year...)
1820 SAT</p>

<p>Varsity Cheer Captain, Nationally Ranked Equestrian, Volunteer overseas in Belize and Nicaragua. plus other stuff :)</p>

<p>Son has been accepted from Northern CA.</p>

<p>He has visited the school and Charleston is one of his top choices. Anyone know when merit award info becomes available?</p>

<p>DD got the fat letter today:</p>

<p>State: Massachusetts
Gender: Female
GPA: 4.1W/4.0
SAT: 1320/1980</p>

<p>Does anyone know when they send out merit award information?</p>

<p>In one of the flyers/brochures within the fat letter, there is a section that talks about the process of merit aid, etc. It might be on the Financial Aid brochure. I believe it starts in January, you're contacted in March? Unsure..</p>

<p>Congratulations, everyone!</p>

<p>My DD:</p>

<p>Accepted</p>

<p>State: PA
Gender: female
GPA: 3.5 uw
SAT: 1840
ACT: 26</p>

<p>EC's: Student council rep (2yrs) and treasurer (2yrs)
Dance - comp team; training
Mock trial team
varsity vball
varsity soccer
part time job</p>

<p>i got my acceptance letter and was wondering when we would find out if we recieved any money from the school?</p>

<p>In your acceptance package, there is a brochure labeled Financial Aid. On there it tells you about Merit Aid, Financial Aid, etc. Look there. The website (cofc.edu) might be even more helpful. Congratulations!</p>

<p>im from massachusetts too! I think they send out merit info in march at some point!</p>

<p>D got an email today telling her she's been awarded a Presidential Scholarship for $9K/year!</p>

<p>D got a similar e-mail today - $9k/year Presidential Scholarship. Not bad!</p>

<p>I got the 2k/year ~ 8k/4 years Presidential Scholarship email today so I'm thrilled since I wasn't planning on being eligible!</p>

<p>S was accepted in dec. Just waiting for merit award (hopefully), as the snow falls here.</p>

<p>is everyone who heard about merrit money so far in state?</p>