<p>I applied EA. Someone else asked this about another school, but does anyone know what the acceptance letter envelopes look like as opposed to the rejections? I need to prepare 2 months in advance for disappointment. Ha ha.</p>


<p>I think the rejection is going to be orange and the acceptance is brown. Just remember the acceptance would be heavier than the rejection :). I think i might get the orange light one, but i hope to get the brown heavy one :)</p>

<p>Thanks! And good luck. How do you know, by the way?</p>

<p>Acceptance leeters come in big white envelopes with CONGRATULATIONS in big red letters written on them. Last year they were sent by Fedex, so that envelope was inside a standart Fedex envelope. I am not sure about rejections.</p>

<p>Hmm. Again, I got totally different replies. Which is it?</p>

<p>looks different every year, i heard, both in color and size.</p>

<p>some dude i know didnt even get his acceptance letter...for WEEKS...got lost in the mail or something. man thats gotta suck (although he found out by phone anyways)</p>

<p>That sounds like something that will likely happen to me. Or I'll be one of those people like at Northwestern (?) who got the accidental acceptance letters. Ha ha.</p>

<p>what happened at northwestern?</p>

<p>I think it was Northwestern. They sent about about 100 or so false acceptance letters to people who'd been rejected.</p>

<p>Do they notify us via email too?</p>

<p>oh thats horrible!!!</p>

<p>marlgirl.. i havent heard that they do.</p>

<p>Email seems unreliable. Is it posted on the website or anything? I don't think I can wait for the mail to come...</p>

<p>lol looks like you dont have a choice! hahaha, oh well.. we will all be quesy (even though i say i know im not in)</p>

<p>I'm pretty sure no e-mail. I am going to dread that letter. Do they send a preliminary thin letter or a thick letter to acceptees?</p>

<p>guessing thin for me, and thick for accepted people.</p>