Although the medical school of my undergrad university was previously very generous to its undergrad applicants, this year seemed to be quite different. The AdCom refused interviews to numerous applicants who were very well qualified (as evidenced by not only statistics, but also numerous other interviews these students received at schools like Duke, Penn, WashU, Columbia, and Yale). In addition, the school was extremely rude when it came to communicating with applicants (they actually hung up on me once when I contacted the Admissions Office). Has anyone else felt betrayed by the medical school of their undergrad university? I still believe that this is a fine institution at which to earn an MD, but unfortunately, I am left disappointed in my university by its unduly harsh treatment of its undergrad (almost alumni) students.