Vandy RD Applicants

<p>Hey everyone! I felt like we should all get to know each other! I'm so excited!</p>

<p>I'm applying!</p>

<p>I'm applying too!</p>

<p>me 3! Already applied RD.</p>

<p>I'm so excited! I had my app in 3 months ago! :)</p>

<p>soo excited!</p>

<p>Vandy and Cornell are my top choices... kinda regretting not doing ED cause i really wanna know >:D anyway, are RD pretty much always sent out April 1st at the earliest?</p>

<p>Yeah ... Times like these it sucks to live in NY!</p>

<p>where else are you applying besides vandy?</p>

<p>I'm applying too! </p>

<p>I also applied to Notre Dame, Tulane, Virginia, Boston College, and Harvard.</p>

<p>I can't wait until April!</p>

<p>I'm applying! Interview is the 8th. NY resident as well.</p>

<p>I'm also applying to: Duke, Northwestern, WUSTL, Cornell, Brown, Dartmouth, BC, Tufts, Middlebury, UVM (accepted).</p>

<p>Vandy is one of my top choices though! April is wayyyy to far away.</p>

<p>Does anyone know when the interview deadline is?</p>

<p>No clue ... :(</p>

<p>An international applying RD to vandy here :D
I also applied to Williams, UChicago and Lehigh.</p>

<p>I also applied to Tulane (accepted early action), Duke, and Wake Forest. But Vandy is my top choice!</p>

<p>I also applied to Tulane (Accepted), Fordham (Accepted), Binghamton, Brown, Princeton, UPenn, Cornell, Duke, Williams, Wesleyan, Kenyon, W&M, Hopkins, and Swarthmore!</p>

<p>I'm applying to Vandy, Princeton, NU, URichmond, and have been accepted to ND and Villanova early. Good luck everyone :)</p>

<p>How about to start this conversation: Everyone say their favorite thing about Vanderbilt/Why do YOU want to be a 'Dore?</p>

<p>I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE CLASSES THEY OFFER! Oh my god! It made me so excited to see all of the interesting classes they have and I want to take them all! I also really love the campus and the freshman experience there! I think it's a great place!</p>

<p>How do I submit additional supplements? (Such as art suppliment?) I can't find any instructions for it, does that mean Vanderbilt discourages it? Anyone know?</p>