<p>and also when I log into the Application Self-Service System and go to Fin Aid To Do List, and then go to Student Center, its not “restricted” and theres actually stuff there. Does this signify anything or no? Lol im just a really paranoid person…</p>
<p>Hey everyone, be careful about this site. I called Cornell to ask about this and they told me that the new students website (newstudents.cornell.edu) is open to everyone and that it is not an indicator of whether you have been admitted. They said that the only to be poitive of your decision is to wait for your notification. Sorry to burst any bubbles but I wouldn’t believe anything until you get it in writing.</p>
<p>Two years ago, my son got into UCLA and Cal. The day before decisions came out, he was able to get into their housing and even class scheduling links, etc. His friends couldn’t access the same links. He ended up getting in…They did not.
The same thing happened on the Dartmouth site. He was rejected and couldn’t access the link that some kids on cc could, a few hours before the decisions were officially released. They were later admitted. I think if you can access housing, it probably means something.</p>