LOA question

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  1. supergirl

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    last nite my son checked the afa admissions portal. he hadnt checked it in a while. under admissions status it lists: letter of assurance. does this mean he has a LOA? if so - will he get a letter in the mail? nothing came in the mail today anyways. with out a hard copy - he wasn't sure if he should be excited yet?!! please advise.
     
  2. Pima

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    Yes that means an LOA.

    Traditionally, the board meets Monday, and that is why come Thursday you will see a lot of activity on these boards. The letters are usually released on Wed.

    Remember snail mail is called snail mail for a reason. It will probably come today or tomorrow.

    Now you need a nom.

    Congrats!
     
  3. Seamonkeydo

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    Snail Mail for sure.

    Last year our son received a verbal regarding LOA on Dec 4th and received the letter December 26th.

    Jump for joy now and then jump for joy later, but to be honest we still did not believe it till we received it in the mail.

    John
     
  4. supergirl

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    LOA finally arrived in the mail yesterday looking like it had been through a war!! it was dated October 26th; had been sent out then returned to the AFA then remailed out this past monday after the envelope was taped together :confused: now son is walking on clouds and excited - also received 2 other BFE in the mail with acceptances from 1st and 2nd college choices so it was a lucky day for him. :yllol:
     
  5. Dad

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    Congats!

    Best wishes to your son. (and congrats to you, too)
     

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