Fee waiver question

<p>I've sent my application and it's just left with the payment. I was wondering if the admissions office would get my fee waiver on time if I send it by mail tomorrow. It would typically take about 2 weeks from where I am to arrive. I just want to avoid the situation where they cant process my application on time because they have no proof of payment. Any input would be appreciated.</p>

<p>Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't a fee waiver suppose to be sent out by a counselor? I think your school has to put an "official stamp" on it - at least that't what my school did. If you are worried about the time issue, send it out using UPS. If you request it to be there in a week it will probably cost you 10 or so bucks. </p>

<p>Good luck.</p>