Proper Protocol for Withdrawing?

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exdubliner
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Proper Protocol for Withdrawing?

Postby exdubliner » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:53 pm

Hi,

Just wondering the proper protocol for responding to calls/emails from student ambassadors or school representatives at a school you've decided to withdraw from? I am submitting my withdrawal now, but should I send a response thanking them for their congratulations and willingness to help?

This may be silly, but I feel that I would be annoyed if I'd volunteered as a student or was working as an administrator to be helpful to prospectives and never received a response. Or is that just the standard?

Thanks!

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Re: Proper Protocol for Withdrawing?

Postby Zoomba200 » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:58 pm

I think it would be a nice gesture if they spent a lot of time communicating with you and helping out. I think a lot of them would appreciate it. In fact, I am going to send an email to a couple of people right now.




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