Here's the rejection email.
The admissions committee at New York University has carefully considered your application and supporting credentials, and it is with regret that I must inform you that we are unable to offer you admission to NYU this year. I am so sorry about the disappointing news.
Please know that your application and supporting credentials were given full consideration. As you likely suspect, we receive more applications from exceedingly qualified students than we are able to admit each year. Unfortunately, even though students may be clearly competitive for admission based on their academic records and their test scores, we are only able to admit a fraction of qualified students given the space we have available in our classes at NYU.
Given the volume of applications we receive each year, please understand that we regrettably cannot respond to appeal requests and we cannot reconsider your application or any new credentials this year.
Although we cannot reconsider your application for admission to any of the traditional undergraduate schools and colleges at NYU for the upcoming term, the Paul McGhee Division of our School of Continuing and Professional Studies represents an alternative. NYU's McGhee Division welcomes transfer applications from students on a rolling basis for spring, summer, and fall admission. If you would like to learn more about McGhee programs and the McGhee community, which meets the needs of the adult learner, you should be in touch with them directly byvisiting their website for prospective students.
Again, I am sorry for the disappointing news. On behalf of the NYU community, I wish you only the best as you continue your education..Sincerely,
Did anyone else receive this letter?