i'm in-state. who else is?
For those who don't want to click and go through another thread, I'll repost this here.I spoke with the office late last week or earlier than this week. I asked if they could verify that the decisions would be mailed on March 1. The woman I spoke with said "No, they aren't being mailed March 1. The Dean hopes to have made all the decisions by March 1. After that, letters need to be printed, signed, etc. etc."Every keeps saying "don't let the Admissions Office turn you off of a great school" I jsut can't help but feel really put off by this though. I had issues trying to arrange a visit. The staff don't know what their talking about, apparently. Two different people said "You have to do a self tour" and then when asked about sitting in on a class, they responded with "oh, you have to check with a professor to see if they're ok with that." My second call to the school I flat out told her that was ridiculous, and every single admissions office I'd spoken with up to that point scheduled that for prospective students. Only then did they confirm what I was told here on lsd: Doris Martin (email@example.com) is the one who reserves/gives you a parking pass and she can also arrange a student led tour and a classroom visit.And admissions office is supposed to be the PR/recruiting face of a school. If they ahve their heads up their asses, and no one does anything about it, then what does that say about the school? It's a hard question, and a big factor in me just chucking them altogether, good program or no.