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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Some Clarification about Days on the Lawn Registration

The first Days on the Lawn is behind us and we had a wonderful day!  From the feedback we've gotten, those of you who attended enjoyed yourselves as much as we did.  CavDog was exhausted after a rough day of scratches, belly rubs, and posing for pictures with students.

A few Regular Decision applicants took a peek at Days on the Lawn registration and noticed that all dates appear to be full.  This realization prompted a few worried comments and tweets.

We only opened up a certain percentage of the Days on the Lawn spots to the group that was offered admission during the Early Action process.  There are plenty of spots left.  Once RD decisions are posted, we'll open registration up again.

Now, DOTL spaces go very, very quickly.  Each year, one date seems extra desirable and it fills up within a few hours of registration opening.  It's best not to have your heart set on visiting on just one of the dates provided as a result. As a reminder...

2012 Days on the Lawn:

Monday, April 2nd
Monday, April 9th
Saturday, April 14th
Monday, April 16th
Friday, April 20th

If you missed the last few posts about Days on the Lawn, you might be interested in reading a general entry about these open houses, an entry about some things to look for at DOTL, and this one about the ghost tours being offered the night before each DOTL.

Do you have any questions about Days on the Lawn?  If you attended on Monday, what did you like best?