For those of you who withdrew from RFU...

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by MDapp06, May 13, 2007.

  1. MDapp06

    MDapp06 Junior Member
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    Did you send an email to the admissions office? Or did you send a letter via postal mail? I was wondering if it is acceptable to withdraw via email. I tried calling the admissions office several times last week, but I could never get through to anyone (and I haven't received a response to my voicemail messages).

    If anyone can give me some advice here, I would appreciate it.

    mdapp06:)
     
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  3. DrVanNostran

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    I believe all withdrawals have to be done in writing. You should email them and call them again Monday morning. It is usually calling Victor in the admissions office.

    BTW-thanks for the withdrawal :)
     
  4. Vano

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    I did it via e-mail in a courteous form, it worked.
     
  5. raaser4life

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    I talked to Morgan and she told me that I could either e-mail [email protected] or write them a letter. I e-mailed mine.
     
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    Thanks everyone! I appreciate the quick responses:)
     

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