Have you received a confirmation email yet saying that they've received your Acceptance Form in the mail?
I haven't... They only emailed me in response to my email that I sent them confirming my acceptance. I also sent my transcripts to both schools, but haven't received word that they received them. lol, I should probably ask, though!Have you received a confirmation email yet saying that they've received your Acceptance Form in the mail?
I love that they're so efficient and organized with this whole process! I should probably email them, too!Thanks for starting this thread! I too am excited to meet everyone at accepted students day! In response to your question, I emailed admissions to ask if they had received my form and they confirmed that they did. They are pretty quick with responses!
Okay, thanks for the input! I emailed them over a week ago about the acceptance form and they said that they would email me back when they received it...but so far, no email. :/
Yeah, I heard about the volunteer opportunities, and I wish I could go, but I have work.
Have you guys had any luck finding an AHA CPR for Health Professionals class? It seems like there's a lot of options, but none use the exact same terminology as UCSF asks for. The most similar sounding course that I could find on AHA's website was a Basic Life Support course for Health Providers, which has three separate sections that you have to sign up for (education, practice, and testing).
I haven't... They only emailed me in response to my email that I sent them confirming my acceptance. I also sent my transcripts to both schools, but haven't received word that they received them. lol, I should probably ask, though!
I love that they're so efficient and organized with this whole process! I should probably email them, too!
Have you both received the email regarding their volunteer outreach opportunities - the ones on Feb. 18th & and Apr. 30th? If so, are any of you attending?
Have any of you guys created an account for MyAcesss? It says to use your UCSF email to register.. but haven't received any info for that. Have you guys heard anything?
Have you guys decided whether to do on-campus or off-campus housing?
What's your reasoning?
I haven't decided yet.
Most of the on-campus options aren't furnished, so it's not any easier to move into than a regular apartment. And I heard from a current student that they don't let you pick your roommates, which is a bummer.
It's hard to tell whether on or off campus is cheaper, especially since sometimes schools offer more scholarship or loan money if the student is living on campus, but I don't know how much.
Hmm... that didn't really cross my mind? The "SFSU Things to Remember" document they sent us said we would receive a formal email for acceptance at SFSU 2 weeks after you get your ID#. I didn't really think to worry about not being admitted at SFSU -- I thought that was a given since we already put in a nonrefundable deposit for the program. Seems pointless to go through this whole admission process of putting in a deposit, sending transcripts, financial aid etc., only to find out we might not be accepted to graduate studies at SFSU. Anyone else have any info?Hey has anyone heard anything after the CSU mentor thing.. Or worried about having to get an acceptance from the graduate division and turning down other programs?
A FB group is a good idea!
Also, was there any mention about the appropriate attire for accepted students day? I don't want to appear underdressed nor overdressed, haha.