Let it be known, When corresponding with applicants, make the first sentence of the rejection and waitlist letters bold and three words at a maximum. Example: You are rejected. Blah... Blah... Blah... You are waitlisted. Blah... Blah... Blah... It's scary enough knowing that your status has changed at a school, let alone having to sift through a piece of correspondence to find out the wait goes on, or that you are ultimately rejected. I'm sick of this emotional roller coaster crap! I'm mentally, physically exhausted, and I don't need fluff in my way! ------------------------ If you are sending out an acceptance, you can fill the letter/correspondence sky high with fluff, and people would not care, as long as they knew they were accepted in the end.