Colorado Bruin wrote:I think CU really screws themselves with its deposit policy...they only have a small one-time $200 deposit which allowed people like SWheat to stay on forever with no real intention of going and allowed many people to be deposited at multiple schools. Thats really too bad for those of us who really wanted to go all along and too bad for the university itself since people admitted later on down the waitlist are probably pretty committed to other schools by now and may not be able to make a change on the fly like that. Good luck to whoever gets offered his spot. Hope it works out.
I think CU should really consider a change in its deposit policy to protect both itself and its potential applicants.
F you dude...seriously. How do you know I wasn't serious about attending? I don't need to defend myself here but it has been an extremely tough decision to make that my SO and I have discussed for countless hours. The whole process left me emotionally drained and it hurts to withdraw from CU but sometimes in life you have to make tough decisions.
I think you should really consider a change in your LSAT study habits and maybe you would have been accepted in the first place.
BTW there's no rule against double depositing. That's LSAC policy not anything CU-specific.