Here are answers to a few more questions that came in list week, while I was immersed in your applications.
We sent the email out for those who were missing testing and/or high school transcripts. I imagine the item left your your list is something else, so it still needs to get here.
Just follow the directions in the email you got. :)
I think I've covered this one before. First, verify that you actually applied. Log into your Common App account and make sure you submitted the application, supplement, and payment. All three of those items have to be submitted for our system to consider you an applicant.
If you verify that all three parts of the application were submitted, check your spam/junk folder in the email account you used on the Common App. The email would have come from firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have an email from that address, email it with your full name and high school so we can generate a new email. Add that email address to your address book. I'm told that can decrease the chance of the email being marked as spam.
I don't think any school will want a ten page report on anything! Just send the score page.
We're not concerned with getting the form. We just need the mid-year grades. The form is just a duplicate of the Secondary School Report your counselors already sent us.
Eureka! Finally! You don't know how happy that makes us. I know the processing staff is going to do a little dance when they hear this. We might change our policy for next year if College Board verifies this. Thank you so much!
I talked about this a little bit yesterday. We don't have minimums or different bars for the different pools. While we could generate stats for the different groups, I fear that publishing them would lead people to assume that we read with minimum numbers in our minds, which we don't do.
If you want to poke around and look at statistics, the Office of Institutional Assessment is the place for you. There are more statistics on their website they you'll ever want!
Nope. Not yet!
Days on The Lawn is an annual series of open houses for admitted students. The DOTL dates for this year will be:
April 10th (Echols/Rodman/College Science Scholars only)
Please note that registration is not open until offers are released, as these are for admitted students only. There is no set date for out of state students. For more info, read this post from last year and see the "wrap up" posts I wrote after each DOTL event.
I'd also like to say thanks to KEA for the comment she posted on Sunday. :)