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It’s almost time. After days, weeks, and months spent talking with prospective students, reading impressive applications, and carefully deliberating over tough choices, we are almost ready to release admissions decisions for Early Decision I. This year there’s a new twist to our decision announcement: beginning on December 14, decisions for EDI applicants will be available...
Posted by Jay Watson on December 9, 2013 in Application Process, General Information, admissions blog, campus visits, contact a student, ECA list, Facebook, Financial Aid, instagram, motivation, MyAppVU, personal essay, Recommendation letters, social media, Vanderbilt Inside Dores Blog, virtual tour
One of our main objectives with the Admissions Blog is to give you an inside look at the Vanderbilt undergraduate admissions process. So, in the spirit of drawing back the curtain, I’d like to introduce you to MyAppVU, our new online application management tool.
With applications rolling in, I’m excited to learn more about the upcoming selection process. So I asked some of my colleagues about the philosophy of positive advocacy, the idea that admissions counselors open each application looking for the reasons to admit students rather than reasons to deny them.