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Institution Program (Season) Decision & Date St1 Date Added Notes
New York University GSAS (NYU)English, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 18 Mar 2019 I18 Mar 2019
  • Email to check portal. 2a/3w/6r
New York University ( NYU)English, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 18 Mar 2019 A18 Mar 2019
New York University GSAS (NYU)English, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 18 Mar 2019 Undergrad GPA: 3.31
GRE General (V/Q/W): 157/141/5.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A18 Mar 2019
  • Took them awhile, but finally got an email to check the online portal. 1a/3r/0w/2p
New York University ( NYU)English, PhD (F19)Rejected via Website on 18 Mar 2019 U18 Mar 2019
Lehigh UniversityEnglish, Masters (F19)Other via Other on 18 Mar 2019 18 Mar 2019
  • @the poster below: SAME
Lehigh UniversityEnglish, Masters (F19)Other via Other on 18 Mar 2019 17 Mar 2019
  • If anyone has been accepted to Lehigh MA in English and plans on turning down the offer, please do sooner rather than later!! This has been a desperate plea.
Simon Fraser University (SFU)English, PhD (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 4 Mar 2019 I16 Mar 2019
SUNY - AlbanyEnglish, PhD (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 28 Feb 2019 16 Mar 2019
Columbia University Teachers CollegeTeaching English, Masters (F19)Other via Other on 16 Mar 2019 15 Mar 2019
  • For the one below who got accepted in Masters English, how and when did you find out ? If you could contact me on this email monaae8@gmail.com i’ll be thankful
Columbia University, Teachers CollegeTeaching Of English, Masters (S19)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Mar 2019 A15 Mar 2019
  • Accepted for summer 2019
New York University GSAS (NYU)English, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Mar 2019 O15 Mar 2019
  • To the posters below: I was accepted into NYU. There are 15ish of us based on what I have seen from the emails they've sent. You might not have heard bc you're waitlisted, but the acceptances went out in February.
UC Santa BarbaraEnglish, PhD (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 12 Feb 2019 A15 Mar 2019
New York University GSAS (NYU)English, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Mar 2019 O15 Mar 2019
  • To the poster below: It looks like they sent out a bunch of Masters program decisions but I still haven't seen anyone get accepted to the PhD program and I haven't gotten a decision on my application yet either.
New York University GSAS (NYU)English, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Mar 2019 O15 Mar 2019
  • Supposedly decisions were going out by the end of this week. Anyone heard anything?
SUNY BinghamtonEnglish, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 15 Mar 2019 15 Mar 2019
  • Email from university stating I have been wait listed. No indication of where on wait list, though.
University Of PennsylvaniaEnglish, Masters (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 15 Mar 2019 15 Mar 2019
Brown UniversityEnglish, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Mar 2019 A15 Mar 2019
  • To the poster below, PhD admissions are a crapshoot. Near perfect GPAs and GREs, amazing writing samples and personal statements, and glowing recommendations guarantee absolutely nothing That's just how it is. You need all those things, of course, but a huge part of the decision process is just out of your control, e.g., the vague "fit" category, which is much, much more than just research fit. Also, if they had an inkling you'd go somewhere over Brown, they may have decided not to "waste" a slot on you, regardless of how brilliant they may have thought you were.
Brown UniversityEnglish, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 15 Mar 2019 Undergrad GPA: 3.86
GRE General (V/Q/W): 162/150/4.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A14 Mar 2019
  • Happy to finally know : - )
Georgia State UniversityEnglish, PhD (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Mar 2019 A14 Mar 2019
Idaho State UniversityEnglish, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 14 Mar 2019 A14 Mar 2019
  • Email to check portal with rejection letter uploaded 😭
Brown UniversityEnglish, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 14 Mar 2019 A14 Mar 2019
  • Email to check the website. Graduated from the #1 public university with 3.85 gpa, 2 conferences, and LORs from top processors in my field who knew me very well and each had nominated me for some award or other (i.e. not a generic letter). Oh well! I’ll try again next year. “The English, PHD program at Brown University appreciates the opportunity to review your materials. The program has carefully reviewed a deep and talented pool of applicants from which we were only able to accept a limited number. I regret to inform you that your application was not approved for admission to Brown University for Fall 2019. We would like to convey our sincere thanks to you for your interest in graduate study at Brown. I know from my own experience, as both an applicant and an advisor, the energy and time that it takes to apply for graduate study. We understand that this is a challenging process, and our decision should not be viewed as a negative evaluation of your experience and qualifications. I wish you the best in your academic endeavors.”
Fordham UniversityEnglish, Masters (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 14 Mar 2019 14 Mar 2019
University Of FloridaEnglish, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 14 Mar 2019 A14 Mar 2019
University Of FloridaEnglish, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 14 Mar 2019 Undergrad GPA: 4.00
GRE General (V/Q/W): 164/150/6.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A14 Mar 2019
  • Same message as the below poster. GPA is MA. 1a/1w/7r/2p.
University Of FloridaEnglish, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 14 Mar 2019 U14 Mar 2019
  • "We received a large number of applications for an anticipated entering class of 17 doctoral students, and while we are unable to offer you admission at this moment, you are on our wait list, in the lower half. This means our admissions committee was impressed by your application and feels that you will thrive in a strong graduate program. We read your application with interest and may be able to secure a place for you."

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