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Admission Decision

KBaherKBaher Registered User Posts: 111 Junior Member
edited November 2007 in University of Washington
I'm in-state and applying to UW by the Dec 1st deadline, and was curious as to how fast most of you got your notification of acceptance/rejection. Sooo...

1) When did you submit your app?
2) When did you get notification?
3) What kind of envelope? Thick/thin? Depending on acceptance/rejection.

Thanks!
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Replies to: Admission Decision

  • vc08vc08 Registered User Posts: 3,340 Senior Member
    What kind of envelope? Thick/thin? Depending on acceptance/rejection.

    I haven't received any notification yet, but for 99% of colleges (esp. large ones), a thick "package" is good, and an envelope is waitlist/rejection. Most don't try and trick you lol.
  • MoominmamaMoominmama Registered User Posts: 827 Member
    I think my son submitted his application in late November and had an acceptance by mid-January. It came in quickly enough that he didn't bother finishing an application that was due Feb. 1 since UW was higher on his list than that college. My recollection is that the envelope was large but thin, so that the one or two pieces of paper inside weren't folded. But I think he'd already found out by checking his status on the website -- it'll say something like "Status -- freshman, fall of 0-" after you are accepted.
  • bikerbiker Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
    The top applicants (like those that will receive undergrad scholarships) come before Christmas, around December 20th. After that, it seems random.
  • KBaherKBaher Registered User Posts: 111 Junior Member
    Oh, seriously? Before Christmas. Wow.

    I'm going to try and send in my app BEFORE the deadline. For once.
  • SidraSidra Registered User Posts: 151 Junior Member
    Wait - the December 1st deadline? What's that? I thought it was do in January 15th.
  • bikerbiker Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
    December 1st if you want to be considered for scholarships--but I know someone that applied in january and received scholarships. Probably best to meet the Dec. 1st deadline for scholarships though.
  • IlendilIlendil Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    I think I applied like a day before the deadline (yes, I procrastinated) on January 15th and I got accepted a month later.
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