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Hi there,

Long time lurker on this forum and was recently accepted to Windsor Law. I was accepted July 15th and had a deadline to accept my offer on July 18th. I reviewed my decision and accepted my offer around 8:08pm and received a confirmation shortly after for the changes processed. However, at 9:37pm I received another email indicating that I did not complete the "Submit Process" so my choices/responses have not been made. The email further asks me to complete the listed steps to send my changes/responses to the university of choice. When I attempt to follow the steps and Log Back in to my online application the OLSAS page reads: COMPLETE (Top Header). Mr/Mrs. _____ _____, your application has been submitted. Your OUAC Reference Number is: ****-******. Your application will be forwarded to your university choice(s) if your application service fee has been processed. 

I was sure to press submit when I initially accepted my offer earlier. The email confirmation following my accepting the offer and submitting it states Firm Accepted in the "Response Information - University of Windsor - JD" section. I am hoping the second email stating I have Unsubmitted Application Activity is incorrect and a mistake of some sort. There is no way for me to enter my application and try and re-submit again.
 

The second email now has me worried and I'll probably be stressing the entire weekend as I fear OLSAS or my Windsor page won't update until Monday and the deadline is July 18 (there goes celebrating over the weeekend...).

Has anyone had a similar experience? Thank you for your feedback in advance.

Edit: for grammar... although I probably still might have some mistakes... 😃

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UPDATE:

I am able to log into the OLSAS page. In the Choices/Offers section, I see Firmly Accepted next to University of Windsor JD. Is it safe to assume that the email I got mentioned in the previous post was in an error and I have now Accepted the offer? Still nervous/scared because the Windsor Admissions page hasn't changed. It still says admitted and has an Accept and Decline box underneath it. Any help is appreciated.

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