Any idea of when admissions decisions will be released?
Yes it’s January 26th at 12 pm for early action
How do you know this?
“Early Action: Apply by October 15 to get your decision by the end of January.”
@speedyturtle12 that is a very specific date and time and it is a Saturday. Is this EST
Yeah, I want to know where that date comes from when on their website it only says “by the end of January.”
Interesting article over 27,000 applicant for EA at UNC
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If the pattern from previous years holds true then the decisions will be released on the last Friday in January between 4:00 pm and 4:30 pm EST. So I would definitely be logged in to your Carolina portal and be hitting refresh beginning at 4:00 pm on Friday January 25th if I were you. Good luck everyone!
Could they possibly release them earlier?
In theory, yes. But I don’t think they have in recent years. Check the previous EA threads to see if they have.
follow up – does UNC look at/limit the number of people they accept from one school or one state. I know about the whole 18% rule, but if a significant (5-10) number of kids are applying from one school, I know not all of them will get in obviously, but do they have a student cap like other schools do? (Georgetown for example does 2 from a school) And how much more of a disadvantage does a lot of student applying from your school put you at?
I called UNC this summer, and a fairly open AO told me that the accepted OOS students tend to have SATs that hover around 1500 and ACTs that hover around 34. She said those numbers are clearly a lot higher than the averages for in-state students. So, they use OSS scores to raise their overall averages. Just an FYI.
@SlimJim005 - The most recent class profile breaks out the SAT ranges for those attending from in-state versus out of state. Not sure how these numbers compare to the accepted student ranges.
I’m not sure where the stat about Georgetown limiting the number comes from. My son’s school last year 6 accepted to Georgetown and 11 accepted to UNC. We are out of state.
@tommc1 Thanks very much. I think what she was verbally telling me in a nice way was that if you’re OSS, you really need to be at about 1500 on the SAT or 34 on the ACT to be competitive. The problem with the range is that a lot of OSS applicants might think they’re in the hunt if they are at or slightly above 1380, but they probably aren’t. The lower OSS scorers are more inclined to be recruited athletes or have some other hook.
Does anyone have information on how many students are eventually admitted to the business school? I found some information on the website referencing average college GPA and how many spots are available, but not an acceptance rate.
For sophomores applying in 2018 for K-F, there were something like 700 that applied and around half that got in with average college GPA of 3.6-3.7. There are 4.0 students that did not get in and those with lower GPA’s that did. They are looking for excellent grades and also business related extracurricular activities, especially officer positions and participation in business clubs. Having some experience the summer before you apply your sophomore year, even as an unpaid intern, doing something business related is a plus (think shadowing a family friend who is a trader, accountant, etc). The K-F website does indicate they are expanding the program, but that will be over time.
Are all applicants considered for the UNC Scholars program scholarships or do you have to apply separately?