Yeah, I'm in, with a bit of money, too
Quote from: michelle d on May 17, 2007, 04:06:44 PMYeah, I'm in, with a bit of money, too Congrats! Are you going to take it?
Quote from: michelle d on May 18, 2007, 04:09:53 PMConsidering the fact that with the scholarship it's a little bit cheaper than UCLA, and UCLA won't even answer my emails, though, UVA's looking pretty darn good. It's a leap of faith since I didn't visit, but I hear great things.I can understand that - the fact that you got a scholarship is awesome, though moving two people cross-country can be expensive. Don't you wish that schools were like jobs and gave out relocation expenses I do. How much time did they give you to consider? Have you thought about giving UCLA a call and leveraging UVA's scholarship against their offer?
Considering the fact that with the scholarship it's a little bit cheaper than UCLA, and UCLA won't even answer my emails, though, UVA's looking pretty darn good. It's a leap of faith since I didn't visit, but I hear great things.
Got a voicemail from Dean Trujillo a few days ago; wasn't able to return it right away, but when I called back he asked if I was still interested in UVa. I told him I was set on attending Georgetown.Let the record show that non-resident, regular waitlisters can STILL have a great chance at admission to UVa. Do not give up hope if you're not on a resident or priority WL.
i'm starting to think they call the people who perhaps have not kept in contact w/ the school so they can thin out their list if the people on it are not interested. thoughts?
Thanks! So-- you were non priority, non resident?
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