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*Tuition Deposit Deadline Changed to March 31*

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Just in case anyone who has been accepted missed that email, they made an administrative error and the tuition deposit is due MARCH 31 not MAY 1. No idea what this means for scholarships etc. Have a great weekend everyone!

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I’ve paid my deposit already, but I’m wondering what the deposit deadline is for those admitted in April? I didn’t see it mentioned on the launchpad.

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Just now, TheMidnightOil said:

I’ve paid my deposit already, but I’m wondering what the deposit deadline is for those admitted in April? I didn’t see it mentioned on the launchpad.

I only found out officially through a hardcopy mail. It should be in your mailbox next week.

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2 minutes ago, dalpaengi said:

I only found out officially through a hardcopy mail. It should be in your mailbox next week.

Do you know when it is?

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Just now, TheMidnightOil said:

Do you know when it is?

Nope because it was March 31st for me.

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38 minutes ago, TheMidnightOil said:

I’ve paid my deposit already, but I’m wondering what the deposit deadline is for those admitted in April? I didn’t see it mentioned on the launchpad.

If anyone else figures this out please share!

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11 hours ago, hopeful21 said:

If anyone else figures this out please share!

It is may 7th for those accepted yesterday. For anyone else accepted after April 1st the deposit deadline is 30 days from acceptance.

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