dryanc123 wrote:Just got an interest call today. Does anyone know if people are getting scholarship money off the waitlist?
sshaqsb wrote:So I have been lurking on this page for a week or so now and I just wanted to give everyone an update on the admissions office.
I got an interest call on Thursday and an offer today! I also got a letter in the mail a few minutes later dated June 15.
Good luck to everyone!
Our second deposit deadline of June 15 has now passed, and with the exception of a handful of people to whom we have given extensions, we have a pretty firm sense of how our incoming class is shaping up. While we have an almost-full cohort at the moment, we know that a number of other schools are still admitting heavily from their waitlists, and we have therefore decided to make about ten offers in anticipation of more volatility. We appreciate the updated information that many have you provided, as well as your continued patience.
adika86 wrote:I hope that it means 10 additional (so you guys get it!), but also that my acceptance call/email will come. Could I have answered the interest call questions that poorly?
HopefulWolverine wrote:I only received an email asking about my interest. It was a couple of weeks ago. Should I be worried that I haven't received an interest call? They know I'm very interested, as I've sent a few emails over the past 2 months indicating that.
Do people receive offers without first receiving Interest calls? How much longer do people predict this round of 10 offers will last before I have to dial back my optimistic hope?
If it's the email that I'm thinking of, then everybody who was on the waitlist received it.
Even though Michigan increased its acceptance rate this year from the traditional one in five applicants to one in four, its incoming class still may end up slightly smaller than last year, [Dean Z] said.
Indebted wrote:From the NLJ article "It's a Buyers Market at Law School" (http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202560485444&thepage=2)Even though Michigan increased its acceptance rate this year from the traditional one in five applicants to one in four, its incoming class still may end up slightly smaller than last year, [Dean Z] said.
So Mich bumped up their acceptance rate and cut their class and we STILL can't get in. I'll meet everyone at the nearest bridge...
bobloblawlawblog89 wrote:Has anyone logged on to the status checker recently? Mine was last updated 6/27.