What Decisions are You Waiting For?

@NEPatsGirl‌ - Ya, anyone who has a 3.8+ WGPA and a 1250+ SAT, as well as a good mix of AP’s and EC’s, can have a very solid (85%+) chance at UMass. (Last year’s average was ~3.8 GPA and 1220 (M+R) SAT) This being said, this is only true for going in undecided, and many programs like CS, Business and Engineering are MUCH more selective. Just saying this because too many MA students get temped to take out loans with little gain for schools like WPI.

DD applied to 10.
U of AZ - Accepted
Northern AZ Univ - Acccepted
TCU - Accepted
Fordham - Accepted
UChicago - Deferred

Waiting For:
Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Duke, Richmond

The wait is so painful. But I was so happen when March arrived! This is the month!!!

DS accepted to Siena, Juniata, Susquehanna, Goucher. Wait listed Clark and waiting on Stonehill and St. Mikes. DD accepted Drexel, Becker, SUNY IT, Stevens Institute Tech. Waiting on WPI and Champlain.

I’m dying to hear back from Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, UC Irvine, and Boston University. Those are my top choices, with BMC being my number 1.

I also applied to all UCs except Merced and Berkeley, but realistically, I think my decisions from UCLA and UCSD are almost certain rejections.

S accepted to MIT, UT. Waiting for RIce, Duke, WashU, JHU, Harvard, Princeton. Harvard contacted S at HS yesterday for a phone interview. Seemed odd. Anyone heard of this before? We figured alum forgot to contact earlier.

Accepted to UMD, currently waiting on Cornell, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Hopkins, Yale, Duke, Peabody, and Michigan…going to be a very long month. First one I hear back from is CV scholarship hopefully in a couple days.

D accepted 9/9 so far: Willamette, UPS, L&C, ColoCollege, ColoSchMines, Kansas-Honors, Beloit, Gonzaga and in-state flagship safety. Merit awards from $14K to $25K, so big price discounts out of tuition everywhere, but didn’t get any of 3 full-ride scholarships competed/considered for. Waiting to hear anything from Rice and Whitman, and to see all financial aid packages (Probably no need aid past Direct loans). A couple frontrunners emerging, and a couple minor surprises about merit aid, but generally quite close to predictions. Anxious to see decision unfold over next month.

Accepted - UVM, Simmons, Clark U
Waiting - Bates, Colby, Connecticut, Mount Holyoke, Wheaton MA

Waiting to hear from USC and UCLA.

Applied to 11 schools, accepted to 5 and waiting for 6. This is torture!
University of Portland: Accepted
Tulane University: Accepted
CSU Long Beach: Accepted
UCSB: Accepted
Cal Poly SLO: Accepted
UCSD: Waiting
UC Davis: Waiting
UC Berkeley: Waiting
UCLA: Waiting
Stanford: Waiting
University of Chicago: Waiting

Waiting to hear from Syracuse and Umass.

Waiting on Tufts, Northwestern, Penn, and a few others.

Applied to 11

Accepted by 5
Cal Poly

Waiting on 4

Withdrawn from 2
UCLA & UCB (Got into schools I’d rather go to)

Grand Valley State: Accepted
Loyola University Chicago: Accepted
Michigan State: Accepted
Case Western Reserve: Accepted
Beloit: Accepted
Purdue: Accepted
Wooster: Accepted
Kalamazoo: Likely Letter
Denison: Waiting
Rochester: Waiting

Nervously waiting for UChig (Defer), UPenn (Defer), Harvard, Stanford, Brown, and Duke.
WL WashU
Accept: Local University + Emory.

Applied to 14, heard back in some capacity from all but one.
Accepted: UNCW, Quinnipiac, Hofstra, Stetson, Rider, Pitt-Johnstown.
Deferred: Bentley, SUNY Binghamton.
Also waiting on Syracuse RD. All of the last three are coming this month!

Cal Poly SLO

Waiting on:
Johns Hopkins
UC Berkeley
4 Ivies



Waiting for:

MIT - Deferred EA
U Chicago - Deferred EA
U of Michigan - Accepted - 4 year merit scholarship offered

Applied to 18 schools altogether. Accepted to 5, rejected from 3, and waitlisted by 2.
The schools that I am waiting for are: Middlebury, Colby, Vanderbilt, Colgate, Kenyon, F&M, Skidmore, Mt Holyoke, and Trinity (CT).