Commitment to enroll


llmuser18

Hello everyone. Has anyone committed to enroll somewhere?
I submitted a seat deposit to GW but I am not sure if I will be attending. I am weighing my options and considering applying next year since I did not receive adequate funding (very little for GW and no scholarship for another university). I only have one year of experience and I am thinking about applying to Berkeley, NYU, Columbia and Cornell next year. I am quite unsure of this since I already submitted a seat deposit and I am worried I will face the same situation next year.

Thoughts?

[Edited by llmuser18 on Apr 05, 2017]

Hello everyone. Has anyone committed to enroll somewhere?
I submitted a seat deposit to GW but I am not sure if I will be attending. I am weighing my options and considering applying next year since I did not receive adequate funding (very little for GW and no scholarship for another university). I only have one year of experience and I am thinking about applying to Berkeley, NYU, Columbia and Cornell next year. I am quite unsure of this since I already submitted a seat deposit and I am worried I will face the same situation next year.

Thoughts?
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Hello everyone. Has anyone committed to enroll somewhere?
I submitted a seat deposit to GW but I am not sure if I will be attending. I am weighing my options and considering applying next year since I did not receive adequate funding (very little for GW and no scholarship for another university). I only have one year of experience and I am thinking about applying to Berkeley, NYU, Columbia and Cornell next year. I am quite unsure of this since I already submitted a seat deposit and I am worried I will face the same situation next year.

Thoughts?


If I'm not wrong, there is supposed to have both rounds of deposit payment. If you paid the first, the second is outstanding. Once you didn't pay the second, your application would be automatically removed unless your deferral had been granted by the Committee. So I advise you to ask a permission from GW regarding the deferal.

G'luck!

[quote]Hello everyone. Has anyone committed to enroll somewhere?
I submitted a seat deposit to GW but I am not sure if I will be attending. I am weighing my options and considering applying next year since I did not receive adequate funding (very little for GW and no scholarship for another university). I only have one year of experience and I am thinking about applying to Berkeley, NYU, Columbia and Cornell next year. I am quite unsure of this since I already submitted a seat deposit and I am worried I will face the same situation next year.

Thoughts?[/quote]

If I'm not wrong, there is supposed to have both rounds of deposit payment. If you paid the first, the second is outstanding. Once you didn't pay the second, your application would be automatically removed unless your deferral had been granted by the Committee. So I advise you to ask a permission from GW regarding the deferal.

G'luck!
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llmuser18

I only had to pay one seat deposit. I am concerned about the scholarship situation and I am not looking to defer a year but to reapply next year to other schools including GW. Unfortunately, I only have one year of experience and I am curious to know if more experience equates to a better chance of securing a good scholarship.

I only had to pay one seat deposit. I am concerned about the scholarship situation and I am not looking to defer a year but to reapply next year to other schools including GW. Unfortunately, I only have one year of experience and I am curious to know if more experience equates to a better chance of securing a good scholarship.
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