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  1. No, you cannot defer. It says in the acceptance letters that the offer is only for the 2019-2020 academic year.
  2. Thank you, @yolofrodo! That's a good idea - I'll reach out once I have a better idea of what books I'll need. Is that per semester, or per year?
  3. Quick question... Does anyone know when we'll be told which books we'll need? Is it only once we find out which section we've been put in? For purposes of budgeting, can anyone advise on how much we should set aside for books each semester? Is there a FB group for buying them used? Thanks in advance!
  4. I’m assuming you’re in business (Brittany reference lol) and I inquired when I was in my 3rd year. I was told this by the law admissions office: In cases where a student is currently in their 3rd year of their BBA degree, if all of their degree requirements are completed students can apply to the JD program and should they be successful after completing their first year of law (law courses will be used as credits toward the BBA program) the student would be awarded their undergrad degree. Not sure if that helps or not! Haha
  5. Do you mean offers to join the waitlist? Or offers of admission to those on the waitlist?
  6. Better than a rejection! Congrats!
  7. Thank you for sharing and good luck with whichever school you're going to! Did you happen to decline before June 17th?
  8. Hi everyone. I’m anxiously wondering if there will be waitlist movement in the next few weeks. Has anyone been offered a spot that they’ve recently declined? Thanks in advance for your replies. 😁
  9. Hi everyone. I’m anxiously wondering if there will be waitlist movement in the next few weeks. Has anyone been offered a spot that they’ve recently declined? Thanks in advance for your replies. 😁
  10. Now that a couple weeks have passed, let me rephrase my question: Has anyone declined their offer? Thanks in advance for any replies. 😄
  11. Congratulations and best of luck! Unfortunately, apartments aren’t usually pet-friendly here in Fredericton. But it’s usually on a case by case basis and landlords tend to be more lenient with smaller pets. The apartments and residence rooms rented out by UNB aren’t pet-friendly. I know that the apartment building at 969 Regent St. is pet friendly and within a 10-minute walk to campus. Killam is the leasing company, so you could try reaching out to them. You might be able to filter your apartment search on Kijiji, but if you don’t find many that allow pets, you can always ask the landlord. My mom was allowed her 25lbs dog in a duplex that initially was advertised as no pets allowed. Hope this helps!
  12. Joined the waitlist yesterday and my status was updated today! Hopefully there’s some movement soon. 😁
  13. Any idea when people will start getting accepted off the waitlist?
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