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Has anyone received a formal offer that has a deadline to accept/decline? 

 

Was accepted today but haven't gotten any formal conditions in the mail yet.

 

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I’m sure you’ve probably received the “package” by now, but the response/ deposit deadline is March 31, 2018. 

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1 hour ago, Legally said:

I’m sure you’ve probably received the “package” by now, but the response/ deposit deadline is March 31, 2018. 

what day did you receive the package? I still haven't got anything in the mail yet 

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Same, I haven't received anything yet either. But I sent Heather an email about the deadline and, as Legally mentioned, it's March 31st. 

How do you accept the offer though? I see 3 different "reject your admission offer" or something similar to it on beartracks, but no offer accept tab.

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21 hours ago, Abii said:

How do you accept the offer though? I see 3 different "reject your admission offer" or something similar to it on beartracks, but no offer accept tab.

As I recall, you can't accept via Bear Tracks. You'll have to send back the bottom portion of the letter you'll receive.

 

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I received the package on Thursday, December 21st. 

 

To accept the offer, you have to complete a form in the package and either mail or scan and email it back along with an informal passport type photo and a deposit

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