Decision letters have mailed! After a series of late nights, this morning (Thursday, March 30) a van and an SVU delivered all of our decision letters to the main Baltimore City postal center. Now the emails are being sent and that process will continue throughout the day. Here is what happened in the last 24 hours:
Wednesday, March 29
11:45am – Director of Admissions John Latting emerges from his office and Congratulates the staff — decisions are done and the class is sealed.
12:00 noon – The arduous task of confirming all decision letters are correct begins, and the Financial Aid staff starts to stuff their information.
6:05pm – The mail room is turned over to a cadre of Operations staff, counseling team members, and an amazing group of volunteers students. The stuffing of admit packets begins.
8:15pm – Chinese food arrives, a bit of a break.
8:30pm – Back to the mail room and more stuffing. CHECK OUT THE PICTURES BELOW.
Thursday, March 30
12:02am – The last Admit packet is sealed. The staff and students go home exhausted.
8:30am – Everyone is back and the excitement grows as we all know we are done.
10:05am – The bins are wheeled out of Garland Hall and loaded into a JHU Van and John Birney’s SUV. The 10 minutes ride begins to downtown Baltimore and the mail center.
10:55am – The last bin is turned over to the postal workers.
10:56am – A call is placed and the Admitted Student Web site is launched and the emails begin to be sent.
The rest of the day - The staff will be resting, celebrating, enjoying the beautiful weather and getting ready for a very busy month of April.
Further updates to follow…