Friday, March 26, 2010

Admitted Applicants!

For those of you who have been admitted to UGA, here is a post for you, and a chance to comment.

Congratulations to all of the freshman who were admitted to UGA, and we look forward to you becoming a part of the Bulldog Nation. The next steps for a new student can be seen in our New Dawg site, so go ahead and review what you need to do next.

You have until May 1 to submit a deposit to hold a spot in our freshman class, and we hope the next stage of the admission process is a little less nerve wracking than the decision process. As you celebrate this time, make sure to be considerate of others in your school who may not have been admitted. Good luck in the next stage of the college admissions process, and Go Dawgs!

102 comments:

  1. I'M IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. I want to thank you soooo much! Even though I found ut about this blog a week ago, if you didn't answer my question concerning my late application, I would've been depressed and probably paid my deposit for Georgia Tech (SICK) by now. I got in, and this has to be the BEST college blog ever <3

    PS: for next year's application, it'd be great if you didn't set a time for when applicants can pay...in case there are other late bloomers like me ;]

    Keep up the blog and GOOOOO DAWGS

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  3. D.Graves- thank you soo much for this amazing blog! go dawgs:)

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  4. Thanks for the blog.. see you soon :-)

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  5. You are soooo amazing! Thank you for all your hard work throughout the year!

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  6. I'm curious as to these people's stats to see what it took to get admitted..

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  8. I was nervous ALLLL day long!!! I just found out I was admitted!! All these waiting was well paid off!! THANK YOU for your dedication and efforts!!
    GO DAWGS!!

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  9. How exciting! My daughter is going to be a DAWG. Thanks DGraves for this invaluable blog. Your advice has been so helpful!

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  10. Thank you so much for all your dedication and consistency toward this blog! Your consistent and informative posts have made this application and waiting process nearly if not bearable. It is an honor to become a Bull Dog next year! Thank you again!

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  11. I got in! thank you soo much for all your blogs!
    btw, i tried logging back in so I can start the rest of the process and it wont let me log in. It just refreshes evertime I click login. I even reset my password and it still will not let me login.! Whats going on?

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  12. I'm so excited to be a Georgia Bulldog!

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  13. after i logged into the newdawgs site i clicked on the link to make a MYID, so i clicked management so I can change my password, but it comes out that my username isnt even correct. How do I set up? I dont see any details?

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  14. Got accepted today too. I was really nervous

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  15. Everyone: Congratulations on your admission, and I will be checking in every once in a while here over the next few weeks. I have not posted a few comments due the information in them, and I would suggest that this is not the place to post your numbers (SAT, ACT, GPA ,etc.). That might be fine with another blog (and I am letting it go in the denied post as that is where I am seeing the most numbers being thrown about), but this is probably not the best area for this.

    As for the MyID, that would be where you would be working with another part of the University, and our tech. team would not be able to help, as you are creating your University ID, not admissions.

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  16. UGA HERE I COME!!! :)

    Thanks for keeping us posting. I really appreciate it.

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  17. Mr. DGraves, I tried to make MyID, but it kept saying "Student data not found" or something like that. Then it made me click submit to request myID? But I still didn't receive an Email. Should I be worried about this?

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  18. As the Mom of an admited student, who had to wait all day for her child to get home and find out his decision,I am sooo happy that he is in. I am even more grateful to your blog Mr. Graves, it kept me "sane" all these months while we waited for the answer. Don't stop doing this blog it truly helps the parents if no one else! Happy to be a Bulldog Mom!

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  19. Hey, I was admitted early action, but decided another school was a better fit for me. Should I write a letter or will UGA just assume i am not attending if I don't pay my commitment deposit by May. Thanks, I've enjoyed reading this blog to learn inside information about the college admission process.

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  20. DGraves,
    I have recently been accepted and I am very excited about my opportunity to attend UGA next fall! But I currently have one D in a class and I was wondering if a students admittance can be taken away for a D?

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  21. Anon I: When you onto the MyID site, there should also be a place where you can contact them by email if you are having problems. You should send an email which will go to the people that handle the MyID issues (this is not admissions, but the main tech team for the campus), and they should be able to help.

    Anon Mom: I am glad it worked out.

    Anon III: Congratulations on finding a good fit, even if it was not UGA. The best thing would be to go to the status check and cancel your application, as this will take care of things quickly and it will let us know your intentions now.

    Anon IV: Our office does take low grades in your senior year seriously, and we have recinded a few acceptances before, though not many. We review all final transcripts, and if there is an issue with low grades in the senior year, I look at the file personally. It all depends on the overall situation, and a student's past academic record. If you do end up with a D, I would suggest you send an email into our office explaining what happended, so we will have it when we review this transcript.

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  22. Thank you for the information in the blogs - straight-forward answers are always the best. My daughter was accepted and we are so relieved. Did wonder why we didn't see fireworks, however.

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  23. Anon: Generally, this would be due to an issue with what your computer allows to be shown or not. I believe is is a flash image, and some computer set-ups block flash. Hopefully she will have enough fireworks at UGA to compensate for not being able to see them on the status check.

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  24. I got in and I am so excited to be a bulldog next year! i already applied for housing! haha. college can't come soon enough! :)

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  25. Now that I have been accepted how do I find if i was accepted into UGA's Honors Program? Is that part of the admissions department?

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  26. Anon: You would speak with Honors, as they are not a part of admissions.

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  27. Doing the Happy Dance here!!! My daughter did get in and we are all thrilled. My husband just came home with tons of Georgia items for home , cars and heads. LOL! I literally stalked the computer yesterday and believe she was one of the first students to find out. I just want to thank-you for all the wonderful information. We parents do appreciate it.

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  28. Is it possible for a Freshman undergrad to switch majors before school starts?

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  29. Can the commitment fee only be paid through mail or can it be paid with a credit card online?

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  30. Anons: Yes, you can change your major before school starts (through the online information change form), and the deposit can only be paid by mail.

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  31. Thanks DGraves!
    You're the best =D

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  32. Admitted - yippeee! All of those late nights studying and doing homework, prepping for SATs, extra-curriculars, summer jobs, and community service have paid off! Thanks, DGraves, for all of the personal time that you put into managing this blog.

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  33. Just a quick question: I got in EA and have been admitted to the honors program. Have all of the charter scholarships been given out? It is a huge deal to me because no scholarship=no uga:(

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  34. Anons: Congratulations, and good luck at UGA. As for scholarships, a majority of them have been offered, but I expect a small number to be awarded over the next few weeks, so please be patient.

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  35. We're not completely done with FAFSA....is there a due date?

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  36. Anon: I would suggest you contact our Student Financial Aid office for more assitance to make sure you are taking care of everything needed, and they will be glad to help you.

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  37. I was accepted back in december, and I declared a bio major, music minor. then auditioned for the school of music and got in. now I want to switch my major to music. how do I go about switching that?

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  38. Anon: You would just go to the information change form on the website and change your major.

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  39. My daughter was accepted EA but is waiting to hear from the Honors program to make her final decision. When should we expect notification on that? Thank you.

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  40. Anon: That would be a good question for the Honors program, so I would suggest you contact them to see when the last date is for their notifications. As well, I would suggest you also look at the Collegiate Entry program.

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  41. My daughter was accepted and what a great blessing. She is so excited. She has never been one to take anything for granted. For all the quick posts of "Yeah, I got in", go to the blog for the students that did not get in and read some of their stats (wheter correct or not I do not know). It is truely sad in some cases. There seems to be some people who where qualified but did not make it. I really like the elephant parable posted by DGraves. I think it says a lot about how the admissions staff looks at all the information and try's to fully understand who the applicant is and make sure UGA is the right fit for the student first and the University second. My last comment to all accepted, please understand how gifted you are and how fortunate you are to be able to be a bulldawg from day 1 of your college career. Rejoice but be humble.

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  42. i am very sorry if you have already answered this question, but I was just wondering, if I have already paid my commitment fee, can I decide to enroll into another university? I already know it is non-refundable, but will I be required to attend UGA?

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  43. Anon: If you were admitted to two institutions within the normal framework of things (not a wait-list admit, etc.), and you have deposited at two schools, then this is what is referred to as double-depositing, which is looked at in a negative light by colleges. If you were admitted to UGA and deposited, and then were later admitted off a wait-list, then we understand that you did not have all the needed information on hand when you deposited with us, and we are fine with that.

    Ultimately, this is your choice, and you can make your own decision as to where to attend, but make sure you are honest and open with all institutions. A double deposit is like saying you will go to the prom with two people. You will end of going with whoever you choose, but someone is going to feel slighted.

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  44. I am accepted as an international (transient) student, and my question is; when do you send the I-20's and when do you expect them to arrive? I live in Sweden.

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  45. Tamara: I am unsure of the exact date of the mailing of the I-20 documents, as it depends upon when we received your materials.

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  46. My application status check says that the last material (my transcripts) was received March 17. I sent the application through my scholarship organisation in early February, so you should have received it by mid February I believe?

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  47. I was recently admitted to summer term and was wondering if there was any way I could switch to fall term? I am planning on attending a mission trip with my church, and did not take that into account when applying back in October! Thank you!

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  48. Tamara: I am guessing you are a part of the Rotary program, and we only received your materials after the scholarship program sent them to us, which I believe was in March. I do not know exact timelines, but since our office just received the materials a short while ago, I ask that you be patient with us.

    Anon: Freshman applicants should send an email to admproc@uga.edu and ask to be changed to the fall term (or summer if a student wanted to go from fall to summer).

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  49. No problem, I think I am quite a patient person. But just as much as I can be patient, I can be curious! Could you give me a rough estimate? Are we talking about weeks or months?

    Thank you for your help!

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  50. Tamara: I would hope that it would be within the next month or so, but I cannot say for sure.

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  51. My daughter had all of her transfer information in at the end of Jan.2010 for admittance for Fall 2010. We are still waiting for a decision. She is currently at the Univ. of SC and we would like to know something before she has to register for classes for Fall. The waiting is killing us because we can not make any decisions regarding the future and are missing deadlines. I do not want her to be left out in the cold at either school. When can we expect to hear something? This waiting is making it hard on everyone. I know you are waiting on the budget but you have to make some decisions at some point regardless of where a budget decision has been made.....Waiting but patience is running out

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  52. Anon: I understand your frustration, as the waiting is not fun for our office either. What I can say is that she should be able to register for classes at USC (I am guessing there is no financial tie to this), and if she is then admitted to UGA, she just contacts her advisor to let them know she would not be attending USC.

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  53. My daughter was accepted and I sent in via Fed EX my the $200.00 check which was received yesterday at the Bursar's office. It is still showing as not having been received on her application page. How long should it take to be posted?

    Thank you!

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  54. Kayle: The deposit needs to be keyed into the UGA student information system, and then there will be an overnight upload of the data, so it could take a few days.

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  55. As one of the Anons in the above posts said about having to make a decision at some point.... Will us hopeful transfer applicants be forced to wait until some point in May when supposedly the budget cuts will be finalized? That seems to be cutting it a little close.

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  56. Is uga all out of scholarship money? If so I guess I won't be able to go to my dream school. I got into the honors program but haven't gotten the money from uga to go:(

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  57. Just waiting: As I have said before, we do not know when we will begin moving forward with transfer decisions, but I will let you know when we are able to make decisions. Yes, it is cutting it close, but I am guessing you would rather we wait and make decisions where we know what is going on rather than deny you based upon bad information.

    Anon II: As I have said in several other comments, "As for scholarships, a majority of them have been offered, but I expect a small number to be awarded over the next few weeks, so please be patient." This was from 3/28 in one of the above comments.

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  58. I understand we are all anxiously waiting on information from the state legislature and you cannot make any presumptions on the state of transfer admissions right now, so I really appreciate your patience in continuing to answer all of us desperately anxious folk! I'm yet another summer transfer applicant, and I was wondering... hypothetically, let's say I am admitted at the last minute (say, late April through May) and am not able to register for the classes I need this summer. Are there any requirements on the amount of credit hours or terms (Maymester, 1st, 2nd, or full term) a summer transfer student is required to take? If so, would there be any way for me to defer my enrollment until the fall? Or would I be forced to desperately scramble for any electives I could pick up and a place to sublease at the last minute?

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  59. anxious: Instead of answering your questions right now, I would rather wait a short while to see what actually happens with decisions. We will know how many fall transfers have applied by Friday, and we might be able to get a better understanding of the applicant pool and the overall issue after that. Again, be patient a little while longer.

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  60. I have a question: Firstly, I was accepted into UGA (YES!!!!). The problem is, due to golf and track, I am able to come to Calculus class two days a week, hence, I am making B's in Calculus, and I am considering dropping it to maintain my 4.0 GPA. As for my question, will admissions revoke my acceptance because I dropped a class toward the end of the year? I made an A first semester, and now I have a low B in my current second semester.

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  61. Nelson: I would suggest that you stay in the Calc class, due to the fact that UGA cares less about you maintaining a perfect 4.0 GPA, and more about you sticking it out in a tough course and getting the extra knowledge that comes from the last 2 months or so of the class. I doubt we would revoke the acceptance over dropping the class, but ask yourself what option would better prepare you for UGA.

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  62. I checked the admission site this morning and the commitment deposit was shown as "Received". It took approximately 48 hours after UGA received it to show up. Just some info for others who might have had the same question.

    Thanks DGraves. I do not envy your job right now. Reviewing 1,000's of applications must seem like a walk in the park compared to some of the blogs you are having to respond to. Not really as much on this site but others.

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  63. I am extremely excited, blessed, and so fortunate to be accepted to UGA. Thank you so much for this opportunity. I am so very grateful. It makes all those long hours spent working for Honors and AP classes in high school worth it. Thank you so much!!

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  64. I have a question about "double depositing" you said in a previous post:

    DGraves said...
    Anon: If you were admitted to two institutions within the normal framework of things (not a wait-list admit, etc.), and you have deposited at two schools, then this is what is referred to as double-depositing, which is looked at in a negative light by colleges. If you were admitted to UGA and deposited, and then were later admitted off a wait-list, then we understand that you did not have all the needed information on hand when you deposited with us, and we are fine with that.


    My child was deferred in January...she was accepted for EA at an out of state school. This particular school makes you pay the committment deposit in order to get in line for housing choices, so we did this. Now she's been accepted at UGA and will attend. I've send the committement to UGA and called the other school to cancel her acceptance...will this reflect poorly?

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  65. Anon: It sounds like the deposit to the other school was refundable, since they put ties to the deposit and preference for housing. As such, the other college made it problematic to wait for other college decisions, and did not easily allow for students to wait until the May 1 deposit deadline that is acceptable for all colleges. As such, I see no problem with this situation. Issues with refundable deposits or wait-list acceptances are the exception to any double deposit issues.

    The general problem is when a student sends in two deposits to colleges that have no restrictions (no issues with wait-list or refundable deposits), indicating to the colleges that this student will be attending the institution. The college then holds a space for this student and works with this student towards enrollment, thus not allowing another student to take this space.

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  66. Actually the deposit was NOT refundable, however $200 of the $225 paid for housing was. I hadn't thought about how it would appear to accept there, I was more concerned about giving her the opportunity to choose the housing she wanted sooner than later.

    I have called the school and advised them that she is not attending and they have removed her from acceptance...and will open that spot up for another student.

    I do hope this does not reflect poorly on her...

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  67. Anon: I am surprised that is was not refundable since I assumed there were ties to being able to get housing as a freshman, but maybe I read your response wrong. Since you were upfront with the other college well before May 1, I do not see any issues with her situation.

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  68. Believe me..I wish it were refundable...oh well! Thank you for the reassurance!

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  69. Hi, if you were accepted ED and you fail a class your second semester, can your acceptance be revoked?

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  70. Laura: Generally, we would look at the overall senior year (or last term) and look at how a student did overall. If a student does do poorly, I suggest they send in a note (email or mail) to explain what happened. Generally, if it is one poor grade, it is not serious, but a rash of poor grades is looked at carefully.

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  71. Hello, I was accepted as an early applicant but due to financial problems, i had to cancel my application saying that i was going to another school, but yesterday i received a huge scholarship from UGA and Now i can afford it, but i had canceled my acceptance, how does that work? I want to attend UGA more than anything what do I do? And should I still be able to get the scholarship even if i had canceled my appl? Help!!
    -V.N

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  72. Anon: I suggest you contact our office ASAP tomorrow to discuss the situation and see if your admission can be re-instated. I do not see a problem, but you need to talk to us ASAP.

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  73. Okay thank you. I have emailed someone in admissions and they said that as of this morning my admission was not canceled but i don't know why i am not able to get onto my newdawgs account, it says that there is no email from me on file

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  74. Anon: I am guessing that you might have 2 email addresses that you have used, both the one you originally applied with, and if you created a uga.edu one, then that is tied to your file as well. Try using both of these to recover your user name and password for newdawgs.

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  75. I will try, but usually, i had used the same one i had created it with, and signing on with that was easy. But i will try!

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  76. Can I hand deliver my commitment deposit to the Bursar's Department or will they only accept my check through the mail? I just want to make sure that it gets there in time.

    Also, if it's sent on Friday via Fedex, do you know if UGA will accept the fedex package on saturday, May 1st?

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  77. Anon: Yes, you can hand deliver the CD to the Bursar's Office. I would not suggest sending a Fedex on Friday for next day delivery, as we are not open on Saturday, and it will then be held out. Remember, the commitment deposit deadline is a postmark deadline, so you do not need to make sure it is in our hands on Saturday (as we are not open that day).

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  78. Hello Mr. Graves,
    Thanks for the very informative blog!
    My question involves AP exam results and orientation. When will UGA receive the results from College Board for the AP exams the students will be taking this May? If the scores are not received by the time of the student's orientation, how does the student know which classes to register for? I see where the student must take the math and English placement tests at orientation if the AP results are not yet there, but how do they go about registering for Science and Social Studies classes?
    Thanks!

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  79. I have reset my password for my new dawgs account, but it said that they will email my new one to the email they have for my username but i never got anything. i dont know why its still saying there is no email for me i guess i'll have to call.

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  80. Anon I: Generally, the Registrar will receive your AP exam scores in June. If they are not received by the date of orientation, you should take the placement tests. If you sign up for a course and then place out of the class due to an exam score, you can then drop and add the appropriate courses.

    Anon II: Since this is a very specific question about a specific record, I am not able to answer it. I would suggest you contact our technology team about this.

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  81. What does it mean on the Oasis account that flags exists? like health services immunization and accounts receivable?

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  82. Anon: It means that this needs to be taken care of before enrollment at UGA. A Health form is required (see your acceptance letter), and we need to have it before you can start classes.

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  83. Okay. If i lost them is there anyway I can get them off of the website? like a printable form?

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  84. Anon: First, you can go to the New Dawgs site to get more information on the next steps. Or if it is easier, go to the Health Center site, http://www.uhs.uga.edu/, and go to the forms section and print off the forms, fill them out, and send them to the Health Center.

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  85. What if I'm going to enroll to the Summer term, and my IB scores come until July? Will I have to do the placement tests?

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  86. If your AP/IB exam results will not arrive before orientation, it is suggested that you take the placement tests just in case. See http://www.admissions.uga.edu/article/orientation_frequently_asked_questions.html

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  87. my decision is still pending in UGA..am so scared.I applied for MS in cellular biology.my profile is gre 720 +550.toefl 99.currently doing be biotech..aggregate is 76%.got mrd scholarships in my college..done one project on cancer..good recommendations from hod and dean..will i get in??my gre and toefl is bad..Does UGA give a lot of importance to tht??pls tell me if shud forget abt UGA and move on??

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  88. Arya: My office only works with undergraduate students, so I would not have any knowledge or insight into the graduate admissions process. Good luck though!

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  89. Hi I am a freshman entering in fall. My dual enrollment classes are entered on Oasis under "Courses Previously Taken", but they are not showing up on the DARS. When will my DARS show where each of the credits is applied ex. Area I-V? I have orientation next week and I feel it would be helpful in planning my classes. Thanks!!

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  90. Anon: Since we are dealing with a large number of transcripts (both final HS transcripts and about 1,800 updated college transcripts), we have to take them step by step. Our office will run a list of freshmen with dual enrollment work a few days before each orientation, and we will then work on posting the credit so that it will show up on DARS before you arrive at orientation. Make sure you have sent us the most updated transcript so we can have your complete work from the other college.

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  91. Does it work the same way with final HS transcripts? Do you enter those transcripts of the incoming freshmen in the order of their orientation? I have orientation Monday, but my Application Status Check does not indicate that my final HS transcript has been received. And is it possible to register for classes at orientation if, by chance, the HS has not yet electronically sent the final transcript?
    Thanks.

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  92. How do we know if Health Services has recieved the immunization information needed prior to orientation?

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  93. Anon: There is a difference between logging in a transcript and posting work from a college transcript. Right now, we are logging in both HS and college transcripts into our system, and it will show up on the status check with an updated date. When we work with a college transcript, though, we have to determine how classes transfer in, the GPA, the HOPE hours, etc. As well, the final HS transcript does not need to be received by UGA to allow for registration. We need it by mid-August, but it helps our office to have it in earlier.

    new mom: You would need to work with the Health Center on this. I believe that if you go to the OASIS main menu, you can look at the flag/checklist screen, and I believe this shows what immunization items are still needed (ie "MMR needed"). Since I do not run OASIS, I cannot say when this is updated, and it does not show specific forms being received, but it should help with this issue.

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  94. Mr Graves...I attended orientation early this week, the OL's did a great job! I took english 1101 and 1102 via joint enrollment yet only my first semester grade showed up on all of the materials I was given. The status check indicates that the transcript was recieved from GPC on 6/1/10. Who should I contact to resolve this so that I get credit for 1101 and 1102? Thanks!

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  95. Anon: My suggestion is to be patient, as we have a number of updated transcripts that we need to post credit on, but a bottleneck always happens around the beginning of June due to everyone getting in spring grades (both transfer and dual enrollment freshman). We have about 460 updated college transcripts to review, but now that transfer decisions are for the most part over, these should be reviewed quickly, as they are just updates. Again, my suggestion is to just be patient, as we will eventually get to your updated transcript.

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  96. Hello,

    My daughter received the Regents Half Waiver and Charter Scholarship. Her recent billing statement shows the fall semester credit for the Charter scholarship, but the Regents Waiver is not shown. How will the Regents Waiver be applied to her tuition?

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  97. LKGS: You would want to speak with the Student Financial Aid office, as they would know the specifics behind this issue and how it shows up on the tuition bill.

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  98. I wrote the first comment on this page. Man, that was a good day. I'm enjoying UGA SO much. I'm SO lucky to be at such an awesome school. I still randomly look at this blog sometimes. I just think it's good. Keep up the good work. :)

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  99. Logan: Hope you are enjoying UGA!

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  100. Hello, I got accepted into UGA as an early applicant, but unfortunately, I lost my envelope requesting the commitment deposit of 200 dollars. Is there any way I can get a new envelope so I send in the deposit or is there any address I need to mail the check to? Thanks! :)
    -Shannon

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  101. Shannon: The deposit needs to be sent to the Bursar's Office, and the address is as follows:

    The University of Georgia
    Bursar
    Business Services Building
    Athens, GA 30602-4227

    You want to make sure to include a note (if you do not have the form that was in the acceptance packet) that tells them this is a deposit, your name, bdate, etc.

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