withdrawing UCLA

<p>does anyone know how would withdraw from UCLA? because i originally committed to UCLA but i decided that i would be better of going to USC so i need to let them know i will not be attending ucla this fall but i have already paid my deposit. booked for orientation, and submitted my bruincard application.</p>

<p>BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I hope you're returning your "true bruin" decal. You are not worthy of it. Kidding. You should call admissions. You will not get any of your money back btw.</p>

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<p>Ew...why do you want to be a condom? Lol</p>

<p>as expected. USC: University of Second Choice. jk</p>

<p>good choice socal4. UCLA is for berkeley rejects btw. for those of u claiming USC is for UCLA rejects.</p>

<p>I got accepted to UCB, didn't even consider it.. UCLA ftw ;)</p>

<p>I think that most of us that chose UCLA got into Cal as well... so who's rejecting who here? ;=/</p>

<p>FYI: USC = University of Spoiled Children</p>

<p>Ugh! Really man?! Wow. I was seriously thinking of applying to USC just to frame my denial of SIR. (But that would obviously be a waste of time, energy and money for both me and USC.)</p>