Are Rejections Posted On Admission Sites (UCSD, UCSB)

<p>what im saying is do they ONLY post acceptance decisions and designate the rejections for post mail? Or do they simply post both rejections and acceptance online?
thx for insight</p>



<p>I think they do both mail and online. Last year, when both my boyfriend and I applied to UCLA, I got an e-mail linking my to my acceptance a week before he got one linking to his rejection.</p>

<p>It seems to me that if you don't get a response at the same time as everyone else, you should be a little worried.</p>

<p>But I could be wrong given I only have one example with which to judge.</p>

<p>I'm not sure about UCSB, but UCSD is doing rolling admissions. My guess is that they'll probably post denials after they finish posting acceptances.</p>

<p>My friend at work got an admission decision before me on Monday night saying that he was not admitted to UCSB. </p>

<p>He called admissions and they said that if he would appeal letting them know he passed the math course he is taking right now (in which he previously received a "D") that they would grant him admission, no problem.</p>

<p>I still haven't heard anything yet!! :(</p>

<p>Killer22: That's kind of strange. Why wouldn't they just give him an acceptance and rescind if he failed the math class. I guess im just a little worried because im taking a math class this semester that I previously withdrew from.</p>

<p>Probably because his GPA was super borderline. I mean, it would have been a different story if he had a higher GPA because it would be more feasible that he would maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher. With a 2.97 it may have hindered him because it seems possible he could still not pass the class and get a lower GPA than the admission guarantee.</p>