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Hi,

I received an offer on July 10 (yesterday as of the time I’m posting this) however it has only shown up in UWin site and not OLSAS. I have to accept the offer by 13th but there is no offer to accept!

also when they say it expires by 13, is that 13 at 11:59 or 12 at 11:59? 
 

I’ve sent an email to Carrie Carr but as it is the weekend haven’t received a response yet. 
 

any suggestions?

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The same with you. But Carr didn't mention when it will expire. He said contact him on Monday if nothing changed on OLSAS.

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I’m having the same issue, I was told it could take up to 48hours to update on OLSAS but it has been slightly over 48hours now. My deadline is tomorrow as well 

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Same here. I paid the deposit already and emailed admissions about it. Members of the unofficial Class of 2023 Facebook page have also suggested emailing John Popham (Assistant Dean, Admissions). I’ll probably email him a screenshot of my OLSAS choices/offers page and my admissions letter.

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I'm also in the same situation. My offer was given to me on July 9, which means it expires today (July 12)! Ms. Carr told me that it could take 24-48h to populate into OLSAS, but it has now been over 72h with no offer. I emailed Ms. Carr but it's the weekend so I assume she will get to her emails come Monday morning. To be safe, I paid the deposit to UWindsor without having accepted the OLSAS offer since my letter of admission said that my deadline to pay the deposit is today (July 12). I'm sure this will all be cleared up come Monday morning!

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