I emailed Stanford asking about the status of my application for the CG&P program, my exact email was:
Office of Graduate Admissions,
Hello. I am sure that you all are very occupied, especially at this time, with the COVID-19 outbreak spreading. But it is my humble request if you could just let me know what my application status is, I had applied for the Masters in Law in Program (CG&P) and have not heard anything from Stanford yet. Had my deadlines for other institutes not been fast approaching I would have not disturbed you otherwise. I am aware that some students have been called and admitted and even waitlisted already to the program, but so far I have not received any communication from Stanford. Its my request if you can let me know what my application status (good or bad) or at least provide me with some sort of timeline for the same if I am still being considered."
Their response was:
"Thank you for your email.
The admissions decisions are an ongoing process. Therefore your application is currently in review. We will contact applicants with their decisions (admit, waitlist, deny) this month and into early April."
Honestly, don't know what to make of this. I want to move ahead and confirm my admission to NYU, but don't know what to expect out of this vague response.
I asked whether not having heard back from them up until this moment meant I was out and got the exact same answer.
[Edited by g123 on Mar 17, 2020]