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Turning down Pitt

PeugeotPeugeot 208 replies13 threads Junior Member
edited April 2007 in University of Pittsburgh
Okay, so most schools send you a reply card or something, to let them know whether or not you are going to attend. I couldn't find one for Pitt, so do they just assume that if you don't pay the deposit, you won't be going...or do they actually have a form or a link somewhere? Thanks!
edited April 2007
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  • Pat2323Pat2323 612 replies23 threads Member
    Peugeot, as with most large schools, if you do not pay your deposit they just assume that you won't be attending. However, it couldn't hurt to send a courtesy e-mail to the admissions department.
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  • PeugeotPeugeot 208 replies13 threads Junior Member
    Oh, okay...thanks. And I think I will actually write the lady who handled my app. an email.
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