1. deshawnjamison

    deshawnjamison Member

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    I talked to two admissions counselors at Norwich University and they answered all my questions. Took away my suspicions. And talked to me about admissions. I submitted my application 4 days ago. One counselors said I was greatly qualified and recommended. I had a nice conversion with then both. Shared lots of laughs. And share alot of interests. They both like me and seem pretty cool. Does this mean I'm in?
     
  2. EDelahanty

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    ynn like Flynn is my guess
     
  3. clarksonarmy

    clarksonarmy Recruiting Operations Officer at Clarkson Army

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    Yup...and you have a couple new buds to hang with when you get to town too. You have obviously never bought a used car. Admissions counselors get paid to share laughs, have nice conversations, and have interests in common with you. They are all pretty cool.

    On the serious side, you have a long way to go in this process. Are you planning to apply for an ROTC scholarship or planning to participate in ROTC while at Norwich? Have you started that application process? You aren't "in" until you receive a letter of acceptance (and probably until you have a plan to pay the bill). Are you looking at other colleges in case that acceptance letter never comes? Don't you just hate it when your question gets answered with a lot of other questions.
     
  4. deshawnjamison

    deshawnjamison Member

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    Wooooooow!

    Well I have applied, just waiting for school to start to get my letters of recommendation, transcript and stuff. Thanks for being real with me
     
  5. Frankie

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    I completed the application and it says they now have it and it's all complete and whatnot. But I didn't pay because when I was about to I waited too long and it closed by itself, does this mean it was basically free?
     
  6. RancidRancid

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    FRankie
    Call the school and MAKE SURE it's paid because it sounds like it isn't, either you put a credit card number in and paid or you didn't ..

    I have known people that would have been accepted to a certain school but forgot to pay for the application and were thusly not admitted.

    I got a free waiver for mine when I visted, it's not that expensive compared to other schools I think ; I think it was like 35 dollars
     
  7. deshawnjamison

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    Free waivers

    I got two free waivers
     

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