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I've heard back from 3/5 schools now, which (I hope!) implies that I have a *slightly* competitive application (they were all acceptance+funding, for reference at OSU, Wisconsin-Madison, Indiana). I'm waiting on two others, University of Michigan and Illinois Urbana-Champaign.


When do I contact them? Is it time to be worried? Who else is extremely worried? Ease my worries!

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What program? I'm still waiting to hear back from University of Michigan for my Master's application. I'm guessing from the fact you have funding that you're a PhD applicant though? 

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I go to UMich (as an undergrad). Their Masters deadline is on the 1st of March, so there's still some time left before they release MS decisions. The only people who have MS acceptances from UMich are people who were admitted last semester through their SGUS (accelerated 5 year BS+MS) program. I know people who have this, but unfortunately, I'm not one of them.

 

I am starting to worry too, because I haven't heard back from any schools yet, and I know Purdue basically only gave Masters admits to PhD applicants who didn't get funding, based on what I saw in the result survey.

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and I know Purdue basically only gave Masters admits to PhD applicants who didn't get funding, based on what I saw in the result survey.

I heard from purdue back in january regarding my MSCS application, and I had not applied for a PhD program. 

 

I think they have some type of rolling acceptance

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