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    CSULB MSW fall 2018

    Got my denial today! I'm actually really surprised and disappointed I guess I'll try again next year.
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    CSULB MSW fall 2018

    Congratulations! That's awesome news. Would you mind telling me when you submitted your application?
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    CSULB MSW fall 2018

    Hey y'all! I've been hanging out on this page for some months now but haven't posted anything --figured it's probably time. I also submitted my application on the deadline and haven't heard anything since February 7th when CSULB confirmed my application had been forwarded to the graduate department. Yesterday, I called to see when we could expect decisions and the woman I spoke with told me that they receive between 65-75% of all of their applications on the date of the deadline and that we can expect to hear back by the end of May since decisions are rolling. She also mentioned that the notification we get from CSULB is automated and doesn't really affect the graduate department's decision timeline. I had some back and forth with the department back in Februaryabout my statistics class so it seems like my application went through a preliminary review before being forwarded to what they called "Department Review". Just to mention my background since I know that's one of the things I look for when I'm looking at old threads from past years: UCLA undergrad, 3.7 cumulative GPA. I've worked in immigration since I graduated in 2016 and I have various significant and ongoing volunteer experience with domestic violence intervention and prevention, immigrant literacy development, adult literacy development, suicide hotline work, and increasing civic engagement in the immigrant community. Hopefully this helps make some people a little less anxious about not hearing back by now! The woman I spoke to sounded a bit exasperated so I'm sure they're getting this question a lot

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