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I’m delighted to inform you all that I’ll be joining you in Omaha!!! Congrats guys, we are in this together now!

I also received my early acceptance email today! So incredibly excited! Can't wait until August.

Got the official invite to the Omaha campus as well! Good luck everyone!

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3 hours ago, jakeandreasen7 said:

Has anyone else heard anything yet? Last year the first invite notifications were sent out on the 15th of September. FIngers crosses that we get emails eaither today (unlikely due to it being mid afternoon already), or next Friday if they follow last year’s trends.

I haven’t heard anything yet either. Good luck! 

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