class of 2014 umich admissions

<p>i heard that they dont start mailing letters back until like dec 13-14, but somehow a couple kids i know heard back already! is this anyway possible. if anyone has heard back please post</p>

<p>Lots of people have “heard back”. They were told by UM to keep it secret. You can tell the kids at you school that they can lose their acceptances for telling people what was supposed to be confidential information.
Good luck!</p>

<p>i’m pretty sure they started mailing the letters for class of 2014 a year ago, but to be sure i would call up the admissions office and ask them.</p>

<p>I’m sure he means class of 2015. Is it true that people have gotten acceptance letters already?</p>

No. Trust me, you’ll know when that happens bc this section will be flooded with people posting acceptances, asking for stats of those accepted, etc.</p>

<p>^My thoughts exactly.</p>

<p>hah my bad guys i meant 2015 and yea i guess that makes sense thanks</p>


If nobody has received decisions for 2105 then what does that say about the kids in your class that have already “heard back”?</p>

<p>well they told me and a bunch of kids they’ve heard back… i dont wanna be skeptical but either they r lying or there’s some **** going on</p>

<p>It’s pretty safe to say that they’re lying.</p>

<p>i’m pretty sure no one has “officially” heard back, the only one i know of who has heard back was a random coincidence (U of M admisions counselor came to give a presentation at our school and accidentally let slip that she had read my friend’s application the day before and thought it was really good)</p>

<p>other than that, i haven’t heard of anyone hearing back yet</p>

<p>ah i see. i guess i just gotta wait till dec 13… nervousness is killing me!</p>

<p>Seriously, no one has gotten a decision yet and anyone that says they did is blowin smoke up your a$$. It never ceases to amaze me what people will repeat as gospel truth.</p>

<p>There’s no way anyone could keep this secret and no one from Michigan would make a ridiculous threat to pull an acceptance because someone told.</p>


No kidding…really?
So the kids in his school that “heard back” are lying? And if he told them that UM was going to pull their fictitious acceptances for revealing the imaginary “secret” he would also be lying? My God…is there no end to the insanity?</p>

<p>Yup, pretty sure he’s a liar. There’s no way a respectable university like Michigan would instruct kids to keep their acceptance letter a secret. And further, I’m not sure what they would gain by doing that anyways. </p>

<p>I’m sure it’ll be all over this board when people start receiving letters</p>

<p>Yes, the kids in “this school” are lying. Kids do that, you know.</p>

<p>athletic recruits wouldn’t be lying</p>

<p>I applied with a 3.0, 26 act…Im Varsity Tennis team captain, traveled all over europe for tennis, Coached tennis as a job over the summer, volunteer teaching mentally challenged kids tennis. Any chance?</p>

<p>^ from a pure statistical standpoint, very slim, since you’re below the theoretical cutoff…but who knows? Perhaps they need a tennis player…</p>

<p>P.S. I can’t see any reason why some selected high admits who don’t happen to frequent this board wouldn’t have heard by now, so I wouldn’t be too quick to call them a liar. If the original poster really wants to know, he could ask them to show him their acceptance email/video :wink: I have also never heard of confidentiality agreements being required as a term of acceptance except vaguely in association with recruited athletes, and don’t think that’s actually a kosher practice under the rules colleges and universities have to collectively abide by, but could be wrong.</p>