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I got my acknowledgement email on 06/05/17 and I haven't heard anything since. Is this happening to anyone else?
 

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I got my acknowledgment email on 09/30/17 and i haven't heard anything  either. are they still sending invites for interviews?

 

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Wow! I’ve never seen CDU accept someone so quickly. Congrats! 

I wonder if anyone else has heard back. Usually CDU gets back to students in 2 weeks.

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Wow! I’ve never seen CDU accept someone so quickly. Congrats! 
I wonder if anyone else has heard back. Usually CDU gets back to students in 2 weeks.

Thank you! There are a few people in the Facebook group as of now

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They are still interviewing. I received my invitation to interview on December 8th just last evening. CDU gives two weeks for the candidate to confirm his/her interview slot.

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Just received my acceptance letter from CDU. I'm literally crying tears of Joy! I've worked soo long and hard for this! Receiving Rejection after Rejection made me question if this was really for me. But God has a greater Purpose! I'm here to tell you today: No matter how hard reality may seem, just hold on to your dream! It's never too late! Don't let anything or anyone stop you from fulfilling your destiny! Sure, It may take longer..but if you don't give up on yourself, stay focused, and trust that you can do it! YOU REALLY CAN! 

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4 minutes ago, esm0515 said:

@DreamerPA oh my goodness congratulations to you!!!! So so happy for you! Hopefully you get to celebrate the exciting news with your family tomorrow! 

Which day did you interview on? 

I interviewed on November 18th.  

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I also interviewed Nov. 18th and received an acceptance email yesterday. Will likely be giving up my spot though since I heard back from one of my top choices! Best of luck to everyone!!!

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I interviewed November 18th as well and just received my acceptance yesterday. Will be taking the spot. Can’t wait to meet everyone else! 

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On 11/23/2017 at 7:09 AM, jhua08 said:

I also interviewed Nov. 18th and received an acceptance email yesterday. Will likely be giving up my spot though since I heard back from one of my top choices! Best of luck to everyone!!!

Congrats on getting in to your top choice!! What was the interview like for CDU?

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@thehuladancer There's a few different activities that you start off with in the morning (but nothing to sweat about). And the interview format is one-on-one with a couple faculty members. I really enjoyed their interview day. Faculty and current students are SO friendly and make you feel very comfortable and relaxed. You also have a lot of down time in between the activities to interact with the other interviewees, which made the day really fun! 

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Hey all,

First of all awesome job everyone on acceptance and interview offers!! It is such a huge deal to have come this far <3

Has anyone had an interview offer recently (this month) or know how many more interview sessions they will hold?

Thanks guys!

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On 11/23/2017 at 5:20 PM, MelMurr said:

I interviewed November 18th as well and just received my acceptance yesterday. Will be taking the spot. Can’t wait to meet everyone else! 

Congrats on the acceptance!! What was the interview like?

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11 hours ago, jhua08 said:

@thehuladancer There's a few different activities that you start off with in the morning (but nothing to sweat about). And the interview format is one-on-one with a couple faculty members. I really enjoyed their interview day. Faculty and current students are SO friendly and make you feel very comfortable and relaxed. You also have a lot of down time in between the activities to interact with the other interviewees, which made the day really fun! 

That's nice to hear :) Yeah I hope that day isn't too stressful haha but it seems like an awesome experience!! Congrats again.

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