Catholic U 2010

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DCLawGW
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby DCLawGW » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:31 pm

azb wrote:
deadpanic wrote:
Lighthouse28 wrote:I think I've been rejected. My status was complete yesterday, and today it says "Decision mailed 12/18." Crap.


Not necessarily true. I think the sign is if you don't get an e-mail the next day (in this case it may be Monday), it is a rejection.


Deadpanic is right....I got my acceptance email sometime in the afternoon on the next day after my status update.


Mine went Decision mailed on 12/11, and I didn't receive the acceptance e-mail until 12/15 so don't worry.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby Lighthouse28 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:43 pm

Ready2golaw wrote:
Lighthouse28 wrote:I think I've been rejected. My status was complete yesterday, and today it says "Decision mailed 12/18." Crap.

Why do you think you will be rejected? Mine changed today as well and I am anxious with the decision. What are you stats? I am above their 75 % LSAT and above 25% GPA.


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deadpanic
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby deadpanic » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:53 pm

Dinged. Not surprised though. #s on LSN, same name.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby oberlin08 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:54 pm

deadpanic wrote:Dinged. Not surprised though. #s on LSN, same name.



Sorry to hear that. I'm assuming you heard by snail mail... when did you go "Decision Mailed"?

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby deadpanic » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:56 pm

oberlin08 wrote:
deadpanic wrote:Dinged. Not surprised though. #s on LSN, same name.



Sorry to hear that. I'm assuming you heard by snail mail... when did you go "Decision Mailed"?


12/10. Never received any e-mail after that.
Letter said 3,100 applications for this year, accepting only 310.

Realistically, I probably wasn't going to pay the ridiculous tuition along with the cost of living in D.C. anyway.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby Ready2golaw » Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:02 pm

deadpanic wrote:
oberlin08 wrote:
deadpanic wrote:Dinged. Not surprised though. #s on LSN, same name.



Sorry to hear that. I'm assuming you heard by snail mail... when did you go "Decision Mailed"?


12/10. Never received any e-mail after that.
Letter said 3,100 applications for this year, accepting only 310.

Realistically, I probably wasn't going to pay the ridiculous tuition along with the cost of living in D.C. anyway.


That is not saying that much because last year they received 3,128 applicants. Of that number 1,072 were accepted and only 301 attended. So not too much has changed.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby austinite13 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 2:29 pm

In with Faculty Merit Scholarship of 17,500 per year.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby Ready2golaw » Fri Dec 18, 2009 2:44 pm

austinite13 wrote:In with Faculty Merit Scholarship of 17,500 per year.

Did you get a email today?

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frank galvin
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby frank galvin » Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:03 pm

Decision mailed 12/18, and no email yet. Has anyone received an email from updates on the 18th? I am kinda worried although I am well above their 75ths at 3.66/162.

From what I have heard it is acceptance email rejection snail mail.

Good luck.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby oberlin08 » Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:40 pm

To those who have gotten accepted:

Congrats. Did any of you apply for the Part-Time program?

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby howie » Mon Dec 21, 2009 2:26 am

For those who got money what were your numbers? I got accepted by email, have not received any letter yet so is there a possibility I will still receive cash? thanks

sk08
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby sk08 » Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:55 am

Decision mailed 12/18... No e-mail yet.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby H. E. Pennypacker » Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:58 am

howie wrote:For those who got money what were your numbers? I got accepted by email, have not received any letter yet so is there a possibility I will still receive cash? thanks


164 / 3.3

I was accepted via email but didn't get the $$ offer until I recieved my package a few days later.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby thepcv » Mon Dec 21, 2009 11:07 am

howie wrote:For those who got money what were your numbers? I got accepted by email, have not received any letter yet so is there a possibility I will still receive cash? thanks


Just looking at my numbers: 3.08/163. I was given 42K for 3 years.

But I also have a master's degree, years of work experience and I'm a Peace Corps Volunteer (just to mention a couple of strong softs)--which probably all played a part.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby oberlin08 » Mon Dec 21, 2009 5:59 pm

Waitlisted for Part-Time Program.

Any one have any info on how hard it might be to get off of this waitlist?

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Lighthouse28
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby Lighthouse28 » Mon Dec 21, 2009 6:34 pm

No email, guess I've been rejected. Ugh. Congrats to anyone who was accepted! I probably should've taken the lsat again, damn.

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frank galvin
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby frank galvin » Mon Dec 21, 2009 7:04 pm

did people get emails from the 12.18 batch? i havent yet i do not think i would be denied by cua.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby oberlin08 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:21 am

frank galvin wrote:did people get emails from the 12.18 batch? i havent yet i do not think i would be denied by cua.



I was in the 12/18 batch and got waitlisted via snail mail. I also live in D.C. soo it took less time for the letter to get here.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby sk08 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 11:08 am

I was in the 12/18 batch. Got an acceptance e-mail this morning and still awaiting letter and hopefully scholarship information. I am in DC so hoping I get it today, although it may have been delayed due to the blizzard.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby Ready2golaw » Tue Dec 22, 2009 11:53 am

sk08 wrote:I was in the 12/18 batch. Got an acceptance e-mail this morning and still awaiting letter and hopefully scholarship information. I am in DC so hoping I get it today, although it may have been delayed due to the blizzard.


+1

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frank galvin
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby frank galvin » Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:01 pm

+! hopefully some cash coming tom

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Lighthouse28
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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby Lighthouse28 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 6:51 pm

Waitlisted for full-time. What is the point of being waitlisted if they might not let you in until the day classes begin? Who has the resources to find an apartment the day before? Being waitlisted seems no better than being rejected to me.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby howie » Wed Jan 06, 2010 7:40 pm

anyone know what the good neighborhoods are to live in at catholic, i heard columbia heights would appreciate any reccomendations

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby oberlin08 » Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:30 am

howie wrote:anyone know what the good neighborhoods are to live in at catholic, i heard columbia heights would appreciate any reccomendations



Brookland isn't bad, it's a mixture of Middle class blacks and Catholic U students.

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Re: Catholic U 2010

Postby Ready2golaw » Thu Jan 07, 2010 12:23 pm

oberlin08 wrote:
howie wrote:anyone know what the good neighborhoods are to live in at catholic, i heard columbia heights would appreciate any reccomendations



Brookland isn't bad, it's a mixture of Middle class blacks and Catholic U students.


Brookland is not a place I would choose to live. Find a place on the Metro’s redline ( DuPont Circle or Chinatown) which has a stop at CUA.




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