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So I'm going home for winter break on Saturday and I won't be back to my school address until Jan 14th, and I'm wondering -- should I send the law schools I've applied to some kind of update to let them know to forward things to my home address? Because it seems like a whole lot of mail regarding acceptances/scholarships etc might be sent during this time period. Surely anyone here still in college is in the same boat -- what are you guys going to do about this?
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i put my parent's address as the place to send all mail.
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I have my own apartment (although I'm a senior). I remember that, at least at the end of the year, you could fill out a form that would forward your mail. I'm not sure if it would still work over the break.
Is it possible to get back in your building during break?
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I move a lot, and this service has always been efficient and well managed for me.
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