What if I accepted a college but changed my mind?

What if I accepted a college but changed my mind?

What if I accepted a college but changed my mind?

Whatever the reason, if you change your mind about going to a particular college or university after you've accepted, contact the admissions office as soon as possible. What happens from there depends on whether you plan to go to a different school or want to take a gap year.

What happens if you change your mind about college admission?

You might accept admission to a college and later get a more attractive offer, or a change in life circumstances may mean you have to put off college for a while. Whatever the reason, if you change your mind about going to a particular college or university after you've accepted, contact the admissions office as soon as possible.

Is there a way to change your mind on an acceptance?

<p>Great, thanks for your quick replies. </p> <p>As far as acceptance goes, there obviously is no official "change your mind" button on a university's website. So how exactly would you go about reneging on your acceptance?

Is it illegal to change your college decision?

Well, it’s not illegal. You’re not going to get arrested. Admissions offices know that their yield ( read about that term here) will “melt” over the summer. That means the number that they accept for Early Decision (yes, even ED) and Regular Decision will decrease.

How to decline admission to a college after accepting?

What happens from there depends on whether you plan to go to a different school or want to take a gap year. Contact the admissions office. As soon as possible after you decide you no longer want to go to a school, you should talk to someone in admissions directly. The sooner you contact them, the more options you'll have.


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