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  1. I know last year people were accepted as late as may not off the waitlist, but there were some delays last year with acceptances as someone was out with an injury iirc. With the shut down right now I could definitely see longer delays. Best of luck to anyone waiting to hear back!
  2. Mine was like that last year until after I got my offer, I think the system is just strange. If you’re worried you can email or call they’re super nice
  3. I had requested a double but got placed in a triple - they told me room changes are not possible at this time and will begin on September 15th. I currently work at the MUN housing office (NL) and the system is totally different here - wish unb had a system like here
  4. It says on the fees page it’s nonrefundable - which is a little insane to me. My undergrad university charged 40 for the application fee and you paid 500 once your room was allocated to confirm it. Seems crazy that we had to pay so much and there’s no guarantee we’d get the type of residence we asked for..
  5. A girl in the Facebook group just said she was accepted a few days ago! Also Wanda said in an email yesterday that she’s just getting back from being off work with a knee injury! Good luck!
  6. Confirmed my acceptance, I know two other girls from MUN who have accepted but I don't think they're on the forum. There's currently 57 people in the group on facebook! Not sure how many upper class people are in the group
  7. Congrats!! Lots of mun alum this year it seems
  8. Not sure about the first but I’d suggest contacting the residence people directly. I read (either in an email or on the page, not sure) that you get your room assignments on the 15th of July update: just re-read and from what I understand you’re only guaranteed a place in residence if you apply by May 15th, but you can still apply after. At least that’s how the phrasing makes it seem - “All students who submit their application and fee by May 15 are guaranteed a place in residence.”
  9. Hi!! I've been accepted to begin studies in September and I'm SO excited. After reviewing housing options I decided to apply for the EPJ residence. Two main questions; 1) On the application I had to provide three top choices for residence, but the only place I would want to live in would be EPJ. After living in an apartment for my bachelors I have no desire to live in a traditional residence, be forced to have a meal plan, etc. Just wondering what my chances are of getting into EPJ? 2) How do I go about paying the residence application fee? I applied about a week ago, but there haven't been any charges added to my account. The 500 dollar fee has to be paid by May 15th, and I'm doing some travelling between then and now, so I want to get that handled ASAP. I currently have the 300 dollar credit on my account from the acceptance fee, so I'm assuming I would only have to pay 200 dollars more. Does anyone have any experience with this? I contacted the email on the website but haven't received an answer.
  10. nope! I didn't realize you could apply in both with one application, it said on my acceptance letter that "the UNB law admissions committee has completed a preliminary review of applications for admission under the Discretionary category"
  11. Just got my acceptance for the discretionary section!! Newfoundland student with no ties to NB. LSAT: 172 GPA: 2.7 overall on the 4.0 scale, unsure what I am on their scale but I think I'm around a 3.1-3.3 with drops. I also did an exchange in the fall in Prague where I got 6 European transfer credits with all A's, MUN didn't take it so I'm unsure if UNB did or not. L2: 3.3 not looking at this semester Applied in discretionary because I have ADHD and some of my grades have been less than impressive until the last few semesters. I had a really strong statement of reasoning/personal statement and really good references I have until April 19th to accept, I will be accepting!
  12. Just got my acceptance for the discretionary section!! Newfoundland student with no ties to NB. LSAT: 172 GPA: 2.7 overall on the 4.0 scale, unsure what I am on their scale but I think I'm around a 3.1-3.3 with drops. I also did an exchange in the fall in Prague where I got 6 European transfer credits with all A's, MUN didn't take it so I'm unsure if UNB did or not. L2: 3.3 not looking at this semester Applied in discretionary because I have ADHD and some of my grades have been less than impressive until the last few semesters. I had a really strong statement of reasoning/personal statement and really good references
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