Regular Decision

<p>Is anyone else applying to UChicago for R.D.?</p>

<p>Yup. Right here lol
UC is my no. 1 option at the moment... but Harvard and Yale are trying to pull me in >_<
argh.. its a hard decision</p>

<p>i am... (i've got to finish my app in the next 2 days... :( )</p>

<p>Right here, baby!! I just have to proof my app! I am muchos excited!</p>

<p>I am too! So do we find out in March or April or what?</p>

<p>Not until April 1...ugh</p>

<p>Yeah, unfortunately we will have to wait until April.</p>

<p>do they post the admission decision online? or do they email? or is snail mail?</p>

<p>They post online and send you an email when it is available. I just checked mine :|</p>

<p>The stresses of waiting for an admissions decision from UC are over...

<p>anyone know when financial aid stuff comes out?</p>

<p>you will get the acceptance letter in like a week, then the FA about a week after that in the mail</p>

<p>UChicago has already released their decision. I've been accepted! :^)</p>

<p>does anyone know when they're letting RD applicants know their decisions? through email, online or snail mail?</p>

<p>Nash, you're either on crack and have been living under a rock for the past 20 hours, or you're talking about scholarship notifications. I think they're only notifying winners...and the RD kids will get them with their offers of admission....through snail mail.</p>

<p>Murrah, Regular Decision news is available through the Uncommon App website!</p>

<p>And, ZOMG! I got in! I didn't think I really had a chance!</p>

<p>I totally think it was the video of me doing a Rubik's cube that tipped the balance.</p>

<p>Congratulations to all those that got in. I did not do as well, but I still have my hopes up for my other colleges. Good luck on your quest.</p>

<p>wow...dude you're formal....</p>

<p>wowzerz dude you iz totally not being az formal! ;)</p>

<p>hey, does anyone know how many chicago applicants are accepted and how many are waitlisted? i was waitlisted and i feel like everyone who didn't get in was... it seems like there aren't too many people who were outright rejected.</p>