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notifying a school of your intent to matriculate

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by imfunky123, May 1, 2007.

  1. imfunky123

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    hey quick question once youve decided on a school do you send them a letter stating you plan to matriculate or is an email fine or a phone call? someone help me out thanks.
     
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  3. coral

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    So far I've sent in a written letter with my deposit.
     
  4. GuzzyRon

    GuzzyRon Son of the Son of Man

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    No additional notification of "intent to matriculate" is required. Once you accept the offer of acceptance and paid the deposit you have indicated your intention to matriculate. This doesn't change EXCEPT:
    1. You notify them otherwise or
    2. They withdraw or rescind your acceptance (for whatever reason) or
    3. They catch you holding on to other acceptances after May 15.
     
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    I would be a good idea to call and be sure that your 'intent to matriculate' letter arrived at the admissions office. Also confirm that they cashed the check (a better form of proof). There is a horror story on this forum about the admissions office not receiving a sent letter and check and rescinding their offer.
     

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