Monday, September 10, 2007

Psh...Collegiates and their e-mail...

So, I got online tonight and had 11 emails. That's right.

ELEVEN!!

Some were junk mail, most were colleges. I got some interesting stuff.

So here's what I think right now.

I asked for information at-


  • Cincinatti
  • Marymount
  • Johns Hopkins
  • Gallaudet
  • University of the District of Columbia
  • Howard (My target school)
  • NEOUCOM
  • MedCentral
  • Youngstown

Here's what happened today

Marymount e-mailed me. I have promptly crossed them off of my list. The admissions people

  • Don't know how to spell
  • Don't know how to use spell check

Dear Rebecca,
Thank you for cotnact ing Marymount! We would be happy to send you a catalog, admissions placket, and application. If you will emial us back with your complete mailing address we would be happy to send the information off to you. If you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to contact the Admissions Office. Have a great day!

Do you notice the problems? Yeah, sooo no.

University of District of Columbia-

Ms. Ryan,

Your request for information on the University is being forwarded to Ms. Marian Smith, Recruitment Coordinator for a response.

Thank you.

That's helpful... ish.

Cincy-


Dear Rebecca:
To request information, please visit www.admissions.uc.edu and on the left of the page, click on "Request Information."
Thank you for your email.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions University of Cincinnati

I did, thanks. That's what you're replying to. Umm...yeah.

Thank you for your interest in Youngstown State University. You willreceive an application packet in the fall of your senior year. You canvisit our website at www.ysu.edu to have any questions answered by using the"undergraduate bulletin". You will receive updates and informationregarding any programs we offer during your senior year. If you would like to speak to someone, please call our office at1-877-468-6978 from out-of-town, or 330-941-2000 locally. You can alsoschedule a campus visit online or by telephone.

Yeah, I don't exactly want to wait till the last minute to choose a college. Thanks anyway.

Rebecca,

We are glad to hear you enjoyed Camp Mount Carmel . Please provide a mailing address and we will be happy to mail you information. Thank you.

Did I mention that I love those Catholic Medical people?

Thank you for asking about Johns Hopkins University! We have received your request for information, and will add you to our mailing list. You can look forward to receiving a whole range of communications from Hopkins over the next few years about academics, student life, financial aid, and the application process.In the meantime, there are lots of ways to learn about Hopkins and have your questions answered. First, we encourage you to explore our updated Web site at http://apply.jhu.edu. We also recommend visiting Hopkins Interactive (http://apply.jhu.edu/hi) to connect with current students, admissions staff members, and the Hopkins community. Finally, don't forget to check out the student blogs as part of Hopkins Interactive. Find out what life at Hopkins is really like-straight from the source!

Yeah, but when can you send me stuff?

1 comment:

snb said...

i had a wretched experience with u.c. when trying to do the college thing again a few years ago. i was constantly chasing people and couldn't hardly get a soul to answer my questions. the thousands of students that attend there prove that apparently some questions do get answered, but i felt that if i had to chase them now, i'd have to chase them for however many years i attended, and that made me grumpy. good luck with them (or whatever college you choose!)