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Acceptance letters from N Georgia (UNG) Fall 2013 - page 11

Has anyone heard when acceptance letters will be mailed out?? If you hear anything, please let everyone know!!... Read More

  1. Visit  pbco profile page
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    Quote from NikkiT09
    Congrats moviequeen! Thanks for the heads up!
    NikkiT09, for some reason I can't sent outgoing messages. I'm glad that you got your questions answered. We're all looking forward to those letter in a couple of weeks!
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    Quote from pbco

    NikkiT09, for some reason I can't sent outgoing messages. I'm glad that you got your questions answered. We're all looking forward to those letter in a couple of weeks!
    Lol. I got your message 3x.
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    Quote from NikkiT09

    Lol. I got your message 3x.
    That's how many times it told me to wait "25 seconds before sending a message!". lol
  4. Visit  TheNoviceNurse16 profile page
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    Anyone paid the $200 deposit yet? Well all the people who were wait listed??
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    Anyone paid the $200 deposit yet? Well all the people who were wait listed??
    Aren't we supposed to pay the deposit after we've confirmed acceptance?
  6. Visit  TheNoviceNurse16 profile page
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    I thought it had to be paid before May 1st to hold our spots... Well that's what we discussed earlier in the thread I thought.... Or maybe not....
  7. Visit  pbco profile page
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    I looked up the previous threads about the $200 deposit. Is that for holding your enrollment at UNG? (have you been taking classes at the university?)
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    Quote from AshBrock1091
    Anyone paid the $200 deposit yet? Well all the people who were wait listed??
    I spoke to the department head and was told that they have a "special" arrangement with the Admissions office and that they will reactivate your admissions status if the $200 is not paid by May 1st.

    I wasn't so sure bc when I spoke to someone in admissions a month before they said that we still had to pay it. So instead of waiting to figure out if any of this is true or false I went ahead and paid the $200 confirmation deposit last Friday.
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    Aren't we supposed to pay the deposit after we've confirmed acceptance?
    Who really knows?? Everything is so cryptic when it comes to the nursing department....I just went ahead and paid it anyways.
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    Quote from pbco
    I looked up the previous threads about the $200 deposit. Is that for holding your enrollment at UNG? (have you been taking classes at the university?)
    Yeah it's suppose to be to keep your admissions status active instead of deactivating it. But I called a few days ago and asked of they were sending the second round of acceptance letters out before May 1st bc of the $200 deposit requirement and was told they had a special arrangement with the admissions office.

    I didn't want to wait to see if this was true. It should be tho but who really knows. Lol
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    Quote from NikkiT09
    Yeah it's suppose to be to keep your admissions status active instead of deactivating it. But I called a few days ago and asked of they were sending the second round of acceptance letters out before May 1st bc of the $200 deposit requirement and was told they had a special arrangement with the admissions office.

    I didn't want to wait to see if this was true. It should be tho but who really knows. Lol
    Makes sense. Hope we all get in!
  12. Visit  TheNoviceNurse16 profile page
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    Well I'll go ahead an pay mine also! Just to be on the safe side! I hope we hear something soon!
  13. Visit  megjorden profile page
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    Where is the $200 coming from? I was told a $45 deposit.

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