It appears that most schools do not make financial aid decisions till after May 15. Lets face it money plays a big part in school selection and it would be nice to know how much potential grants or scholarships that are available. So would it be justified to ignore the May 15 deadline and hold on to more than one acceptance and what are the consequences if any? UCs are notoriously slow with their financial aid process and with the upcoming fee hike this could end up costing people including myself a lot of $$$ if we make the wrong decision. And yes when it comes to money and choosing between equally good schools there is such a thing as a wrong decision.