hesheit1 Posted December 8, 2013 Share Posted December 8, 2013 So I'm applying to English PhD programs. I applied to my favorite school about two weeks ago, just the graduate school not the department, and I got a letter I wasn't expecting in the mail. I opened it thinking it would say, "Your application has been received, apply to your department." Instead it was a lengthy letter detailing their Distinguished Doctoral Fellowship Program, and how I was eligible for a nomination. They asked if I could come in next week to discuss my funding opportunities. Is this common? It's from the Graduate Recruitment Office. . . they already have my money, so what else could they want from me? Should I be excited? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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