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It depends on the school (and the decision). Georgetown sends your decision in the mail. Stanford calls accepted students but snail mails rejected ones. Michigan applicants find out by status checker. Etc., etc.
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Cornell/NU email acceptances (although I guess you could find out a few hours earlier by status checker). UVA calls admitted students, and UVA, Penn, Columbia, Michigan, and Chicago email rejections/WLs.
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Penn Calls, Chicago Calls, NYU calls, UVA calls, Michigan status checker/email, Duke Emails, Northwestern Emails, Cornell Emails, Columbia snail mail, HYS Calls. All of those are for acceptances. I am pretty sure most of them email rejections, except for columbia and stanford I believe.