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HUSBAND GOT INTO HARVARD   I CAN'T EVEN CONTAIN MYSELF HOLY OMGGGGGGGGGGG IS THIS REAL LIFE?????!!!!!!!!!!!

I GOT INTO BROWN!!!!!! I am speechless. Massive congrats to everyone who's gotten good news over the past few days while I wasn't checking this thread as closely. Y'all rock.

GUYS. Just got a call from USC. My first acceptance. Glad I let it go to voicemail because I would have cried :')

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Was accepted to the Chicago MAPH after being rejected from the PhD. Got $8,000 in funding for a $55,000 program. Not taking it but it's nice on their part, I guess!

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18 minutes ago, jpbends said:

Was accepted to the Chicago MAPH after being rejected from the PhD. Got $8,000 in funding for a $55,000 program. Not taking it but it's nice on their part, I guess!

Same here! $8k is like not even a dent at all. 

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Accepted into Duquesne and Maryland's MA programs. I would have to apply to funding externally for Maryland's MA, though, and for Duquesne I am on the wait list for a teaching fellowship. Both pieces of good news, but ultimately UVM and WVU's offers are a bit more appealing because both are offering me GTAs and tuition remissions. Still happy with the news, though! :D  

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5 minutes ago, Dogfish Head said:

Accepted into Duquesne and Maryland's MA programs. I would have to apply to funding externally for Maryland's MA, though, and for Duquesne I am on the wait list for a teaching fellowship. Both pieces of good news, but ultimately UVM and WVU's offers are a bit more appealing because both are offering me GTAs and tuition remissions. Still happy with the news, though! :D  

Congrats!

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5 hours ago, Dogfish Head said:

Accepted into Duquesne and Maryland's MA programs. I would have to apply to funding externally for Maryland's MA, though, and for Duquesne I am on the wait list for a teaching fellowship. Both pieces of good news, but ultimately UVM and WVU's offers are a bit more appealing because both are offering me GTAs and tuition remissions. Still happy with the news, though! :D  

Yay! Congratulations!

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5 hours ago, Dogfish Head said:

Accepted into Duquesne and Maryland's MA programs. I would have to apply to funding externally for Maryland's MA, though, and for Duquesne I am on the wait list for a teaching fellowship. Both pieces of good news, but ultimately UVM and WVU's offers are a bit more appealing because both are offering me GTAs and tuition remissions. Still happy with the news, though! :D  

Congratulations! Fingers crossed for some good funding news for you!

 

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6 minutes ago, JustPoesieAlong said:

Yesss! Congrats! Off the waitlist, right?? Wonderful!

Off the waitlist indeed! I had a wonderful time at the Prospective Students' weekend last week. :)

6 minutes ago, punctilious said:

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!! This makes me so happy!!!

Thanks!!! I stared at the e-mail for a few minutes before realizing what it was!

5 minutes ago, a_sort_of_fractious_angel said:

WOOO! CONGRATS!!!

Thanks :)

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5 hours ago, EspritHabile said:

Does anyone want to claim acceptances / waitlists at Washington State U in Pullman? Have they sent out all acceptances and waitlists?

I can claim one. No idea if that’s all of them. I got an email from the grad director who said a letter in the mail was coming, and then yesterday an email from the grad school saying a letter was coming. 

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