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16 minutes ago, BeltOfScotch said:

Just wanted to let y'all know that as a part of the two-week closure ordered by the Premier, all non-essential departments of the university are closed. I don't know if this includes the admission offices but there is a very strong chance it does. I still live in Montreal and I know someone who works for the University, so I just wanted to pass on some info to y'all. Unfortunately, F5-ing Minerva/your email in this time will not bring any solace. :(

Je capote grave! With professors and admin staff scrambling to bring courses online I doubt they are actively reviewing our files anyway :(:( 

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Still waiting, I of course had my CEGEP transcript sent as part of my application package back in November. I just checked Minerva today and it said that my CEGEP transcript was last sent on March 20. Any idea if this could be an indicator of movement for my application? Why would they need my CEGEP transcript re-sent when I graduated CEGEP years ago? 

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10 minutes ago, HumanCalculator said:

Still waiting, I of course had my CEGEP transcript sent as part of my application package back in November. I just checked Minerva today and it said that my CEGEP transcript was last sent on March 20. Any idea if this could be an indicator of movement for my application? Why would they need my CEGEP transcript re-sent when I graduated CEGEP years ago? 

Mine says the same! I'm hoping it means they're looking at our files

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