RD Decisions?

<p>Has anyone heard when RD decisions are going to be released?</p>

<p>Should be on or about April 1st</p>

<p>arg! Whay doesn't UR have any intense people who do the work for us and call the office at all hours of the day????</p>

<p>technically the scholarship semifinalists were already notified of their admission decisions. I was accepted, but i still am anticipating the official envelope.</p>

<p>how did you find out you were accepted?</p>

<p>well it was a good/bad news kind of situation. Around February 25th I received a letter that congratulated me on my acceptance, even though I would not be considered as a finalist for the scholarship. It was a tiny envelope, and they said the formal admission packet would come in late march.</p>

<p>Same here, biobabe. It was like, "Congratulations, you've been accepted!..... oh wait, sorry about that whole 'scholarship thing.' Yeah, we don't really want you here THAT badly." :P</p>

<p>UR Admin Twitter says RD decisions should be going out this week.</p>

<p>Here's a link to that: UR</a> Admission (URAdmission) on Twitter</p>

<p>Do you know how they send the letters to internationals, cuz if they send them via regular mail, it would take ages for my letter to come..</p>

<p>I think internationals will get emails.</p>

<p>Well, in Twitter they say they will make no email notifications.</p>

<p>What I think that they are trying to say is that they will not put the decisions up on the bannerweb site thing.</p>

<p>As far as I know, they don't have tracker or sth like that.</p>

<p>I emailed them and they said they would notify international students by email after April 1.</p>

<p>"It's official: letters have left the building. Don't think any will arrive tonight, but you can begin stalking your mailbox tomorrow."</p>


<p>UR</a> Admission (URAdmission) on Twitter</p>

<p>Ahhhh!!! So if I'm in California, when would be the earliest for it to arrive?</p>

<p>I'm guessing Friday/Saturday for myself and I'm in Ohio. For California, I would guess the same or maybe Monday. However, first-class mail is usually delivered domestically in two or three days :)</p>

<p>Here's a helpful link on delivery times:USPS</a> - Frequently Asked Questions - Domestic mail estimated delivery times</p>

<p>I had letters arrive in December from the east coast that arrived 2-3 days after being postmarked. They're pretty quick with First Class Mail.</p>

<p>what about intl students? no emails yet...</p>