My friend (wolfpacktwirler) had a quick chat with someone over at the NCSU vet school the other day and managed to coerce an idea of a time-frame from him. Out-of-state students files were looked over before the new year, and all out-of-staters should have heard either a yay or nay at this point, or very soon. In-staters files have been looked at since January. I think around 250 or so people applied in-state, and the first cut involved rejection letters to around 100 of them in late January, which have already been received. Those in-staters who haven't heard anything at this point are going through the final review processess, and decisions *should* be made in 2-3 weeks. From years past, I think they almost always just send in-staters a letter of acceptance or rejection, no phone calls or emails. They usually admit around 62 in-staters, and she mentioned they may be admitting a few extra this year. There are rumors that NCSU is going to eventually strech their class size from 76 to 100. Also for anyone interested, there is a large open house held at the vet school on March 31 from 9-3. You can tour the school, talk to current students and faculty, and there are a ton of exhibitions and mini-shows put on by rescue groups and such.