Received acceptance letter from Baylor (USPS envelope). Full-tuition scholarship included in acceptance letter. Requires maintaining 2.75 GPA.
Sent in Vanderbilt Law Scholars application via email.
Skyped with the director of admissions at Belmont. Great conversation, really good impression from them and their desire to have me at their school.
Skyped with the associate director of admissions at Vanderbilt. Tepid conversation, didn't seem like she really wanted to sell me on their program at all -- put off some of my questions until after I'm admitted or not.
Received email from Belmont with attached acceptance letter as well as a full-tuition scholarship, with the condition of being in the top-50% of the class, otherwise the scholarship would be reduced in 2l to 50% tuition.
Received a phone call from Alabama with my acceptance and a 30k/year conditional scholarship. Conditions will be detailed in my acceptance package via mail. They are also reimbursing my travel costs to visit the campus.
Admissions package arrived from Alabama. Scholarship is renewable based on remaining in good academic standing. No class rank stipulations.
Received email with acceptance to Washington & Lee. Status checker shows scholarship amount, verified that is annual. More details are en route to my residence via USPS.
Admitted to SMU via status checker. Scholarship info will be available in January.
Received acceptance email to Wake Forest. Scholarship info will be available by February 5th.
Received acceptance email to Indiana-Maurer with full-tuition scholarship, contingent on maintaining a 2.3 GPA.
This past week I was rejected at Michigan and waitlisted at Vanderbilt. W&L upped my scholarship by $1.5k/year!
Scholarship info from Wake Forest: $41,000/year.
Received email that scholarships had been posted. Found mine via status checker: $30,000/year Dean's Scholarship.
I finally got rejected by Duke, today. That makes my cycle 7 acceptances, 2 rejections, and 1 waitlist. Still waiting to hear back on negotiation with Alabama. Visits planned for Bama, IU, and W&L.