Getting in touch with Regional Admissions Agent

<p>I had a question about admission into Princeton (whether or not self-studying APs plays a role in admissions) and had emailed the main undergrad office. No one got back to me so I was wondering if I should contact the regional director. How would I go around doing that?</p>

<p>I might just call up there and ask, or wait for a reply to your email.</p>

<p>I emailed quite a while ago... Call? Umm, I don't want to get blacklisted for persistently bothering the school haha but I might :)</p>

<p>I clicked on this because I could have sworn the title read "Getting in rough with your Regional Admissions Agent", and a few scenarios ran through my head.</p>

<p>Maybe the website has contact information?</p>

<p>Haha sorry to disappoint :)! </p>

<p>Already tried that. However, my internet navigation skills aren't exactly superb so I was wondering if any had to tried to get in touch with their Regional Admissions Agent.</p>

<p>You could try emailing them again, asking if they ever got your first email. Someone might have seen it, opened it, meant to reply, got up to get a cup of coffee....then before you know it, the screen is closed and the email is forgotten...</p>

<p>It doesn't hurt to ask them if they ever got your original email. If they don't reply to that, then you know for sure there is something up.</p>

<p>Still no response! Emailed again.... If no response this time I may call. </p>

<p>(I am emailing <a href=""></a> btw, because I couldn't find regional contact)</p>

<p>That's odd. I emailed that address with a question and they got back to me the next morning. Maybe they're busier during the week...</p>

<p>Or I'm already black-listed <em>sigh</em> </p>

<p>Haha just kidding... What were you asking about? Maybe I emailed the wrong department for my question. But, then again, I don't know who else I'd email</p>

<p>It plays a very marginal role. Just answered your question, no need to e-mail them.</p>

<p>BTW Thanks for your help everyone!!!</p>