Ok. So I emailed the admissions staff to inquire about the status of my postbacc application. This is the reply they gave me..."It [your application]has been reviewed. A letter has been generated and we are waiting for a signature. The person who will be signing the letter has been out of town and we are just waiting to receive it back! Sorry for the delay and I do appreciate your patience." That was Monday, and I still have not received a letter. I don't like the way they just left me hanging, I would have preferred that they just say "It is still under review" or something like that, but now I know that they have made a decision and I am left not knowing what that decision is. (nothing against the admissions staff, they have actually been very responsive and helpful, and I am sure they did not mean to make me feel this way). Furthermore, now I am starting to look at this negatively...I mean, if I were accepted, they probable would have said so in the email, right? The way it reads, its beginning to look like a rejection in how they said "a letter has been generated" rather than "an acceptance letter has been generated." To top it off, I have been told in the past that they usually call the applicant to tell them they were accepted, and I received no call! Anyway, maybe I am reading into this too much. it is just so stressful to be a non-trad, work full time, and go to school full time to finish the pre-requisites. I guess I just needed to vent, but fell free to post your opinions or experiences if you have been involved with the LECOM post-bacc. I also had a question. As I posted before, I also applied to Duquesne's postbac program and was accepted. Problem is, if I get into LECOM I am going to go there, but Duquesne wants a $300 deposit by next Friday or I will forfeit my spot. Do you think I should call LECOM and ask if they have any new information regarding an acceptance, or just continue to wait and hope I get a letter by Friday? I was not sure what the "proper" thing to do is. Thanks!