We've had many questions about the wait list timeline and the good news is that more and more final transcripts are arriving and we've been able to start making a few wait list offers over the past few days.
The response to our initial offers in April was higher than we anticipated, so with some many choosing to enroll, there hasn't been much space to make offers from the wait list. A few have been offered for the Commerce and Nursing schools and I anticipate a group of offers to the school of Engineering to come out this week and the following weeks. Space in the College of Arts and Sciences is now filled so the wait list for that particular school is closed.
We're still gathering final transcripts for the School of Engineering, so while offers haven't gone out for that wait list, they will be beginning as soon as today.
Please check your emails for updates on your account status - if you applied to the College of Arts and Sciences, you should have received an email last night notifying you that the wait list is closed. If you applied to another school and are offered a spot off the wait list, you'll receive an email to check your account status and will see the pertinent information in your account.
It's hard to believe, but the deadline for spring 2020 admission to the College of Arts and Sciences, Urban Planning, and Architectural History is just three months away (October 1)!
If you are rising second year interested in the College, you are eligible to apply for spring admission. Keep in mind that spring is a competitive process, but students are admitted each year.
In a few weeks, we'll start the conversation again about signing up for the proper coursework to put you in the best position for a spring 2020 or a fall 2020 application.
We know the wait list closure is disappointing news for many of you, but we hope it will allow you to move on from this process and focus on next steps.