You can't put "Did I get into Carleton?" into Google and get a helpful list of search results, you can't find an article answering that question in Wikipedia, and there's no option to phone a friend for an answer. Though you might argue that we're squarely in the Era of Instant Gratification, consider us in the Admissions Office at Carleton old-school in our decision to mail all admissions decisions. No texting, tweeting, fancy webpaging, facebooking... just good old-fashioned mail. All of our letters should be out the door in time for an April 1 notification... and here are some shots to prove it.
Sort of looks like we didn't admit anyone A-M... don't worry, we did!
Dean Thiboutot signing one of the admit letters, as he does with each letter.
Thanks, USPS, for handling the mail! (Don't worry, if you live abroad we've got you covered.)
Filling up tubs, one by one, slowly but surely. April 1, are you here yet?
PS - Thanks for all your comments and questions about the exact mail date. We're not going to spill the beans, but rest assured, you should hear from us by April 1, with plenty of time to consider all of your options. And if you don't hear by April 1, send us an email!