Anonymous User wrote:I disagree. The initial first round informational letter given out at the first round said offers were going to be made in May. The second round interview letter pushed that date back to June. So they can push back deadlines if they chose.
You're right. They can push back a deadline, but pushing back a deadline and missing a deadline are different. If they did need more time they'd have to contact all the candidates and let us know that their predicted the timeline has changed. Since all anyone has heard is crickets, this bodes well in support of them meeting the June offer deadline.