Hi! I’ve noticed a good amount of applicants to the University of Michigan have been waitlisted this year, so I thought I’d create a place for waitlisted students to chat!
Ayeeee waitlist gang
was i the only one who totally thought they were rejected lmao?? i made a tiktok ab it bc that was one of the worst decisions letters imo haha
waitlisted but accepted to Gtech and UMD comp science
Waitlisted and yes the letter was so confusing
Both are top CS schools, looks like you have some great choices Congrats!
Yep we visit git next week
haha yes i thought i was rejected at first too
i read someone else’s letter who got rejected and it’s like the exact same letter just without the two sentences talking about waitlist at the end lol
go to gtech
yes thats the plan. priority waitlisted at CMU
Should I send a letter of continued interest to michigan to let them know i will absolutely attend if they accepted me from the waitlist? I know they mentioned they do not want additional supporting materials, however, would a commitment statement be considered?
Good idea but just wanted to confirm, you haven’t got your decisions yet, have you?? Me neither. I’m an international, an deferred EA applicant, how about you? Trying to figure out the reason why my decision is delayed, once again.
Should I call or write to them to see when my decision will be out?
i got waitlisted. about 20% people from the poll have not gotten a decision yat. I’d say not to worry about the date. Good luck!! I am almost certain that the next decision date would be on next Friday 3pm est. This wave has been largely waitlist, according to cc poll. Not sure how next one will work.
Similar question here. Since they said they don’t want additional supporting materials what can we do to show that we are definitely interested? Is it okay to maybe send them an email or something?
I don’t know, but my son is on the waiting list. I’m wondering about finding out where you are on the waiting list. Is that possible? Has anyone reached out to anyone with that question? Maybe to a regional admissions counselor? Is that a bad idea? Any opinions?