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|Institution||Program (Season)||Decision & Date||St1||Date Added||Notes|
|University Of Glasgow||Medieval And Renaissance Studies, Other (F14)||Accepted via E-mail on 26 Jul 2014 ||A||26 Jul 2014|
|Teachers College, Columbia University||Neuroscience And Education, Masters (F14)||Accepted via Website on 24 Jul 2014 ||A||26 Jul 2014|
- Worked extremely hard as an undergrad (attended a non-selective state school). Very happy the hard work has paid off and that I have the opportunity to study at one of the best schools in the world! Classes are at TC, but also at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Columbia Medical School.
|Touro College||Speech- Language Pathology, Masters (F14)||Other via Phone on 26 Jul 2014 ||26 Jul 2014|
- Received a call last week being offered a spot. Received an email today saying I was just put on the wait list. I've received no word from them since December when I first applied, so unprofessional. Hope someone can take my spot! This school is very behind in the game.
|Valdosta State University||Speech Language-Pathology, Masters (F14)||Other via Other on 25 Jul 2014 ||A||25 Jul 2014|
- To the poster below: It simply means that your university/degree must be accredited (recognized as a legitimate degree/institution) by one of the six regional accreditation bodies. As long as your university in MN is accredited by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges, then you should not be disqualified. If your university in MN is "nationally accredited," then you need to contact Valdosta State to double-check your eligibility.
|Valdosta State University||Speech-Language Pathology, Masters (F14)||Other via Other on 25 Jul 2014 ||A||25 Jul 2014|
- The website states that applicant must have an undergrad degree in comm. dis. from a "regionally accredited" school. Does anyone know what this requirement means? I have my undergrad degree in comm. dis. from an accredited university in Minnesota. Does this disqualify me from being able to apply since it is in a different region of the country?
|Michigan State University||Linguistics, Masters (F14)||Accepted via E-mail on 15 Feb 2014 Undergrad GPA: 3.30|
GRE General (V/Q/W): 164/157/4.50
GRE Subject: n/a
|A||25 Jul 2014|
Status1 Key: A: American; U: International, with US degree; I: International, without US degree; O: Other; ?: Unknown.