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Rejection letter part 3

Rejection letter part 3 - admitting a larger number of...

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Rolando Hernandez 03/04/10 Written Communication Dr. Taggart Part 3: Final Version To: From: Alex Rodriguez Manhattan College Admissions Department 940 Maple Ave. 4513 Manhattan College Parkway Ridgefield, NJ 07657 Riverdale, NY 10471 Dear Alex Rodriguez: Thank you for considering attending Manhattan College. The admissions committee acknowledges the time and effort that you have put forth in the application process. Although the decision was quite difficult, we regret to inform you that you have not been accepted. This decision has been made due to a surprisingly high amount of impressive applications that we have received this year. The Manhattan College admissions process is extremely rigorous, which results in the acceptance of very few applicants. Our undersized campus also limits the possibility of
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Unformatted text preview: admitting a larger number of qualified students. Since we must maintain a competitive edge amongst other colleges, and universities, we are compelled to accept only a select few of elite individuals from various high schools all around the nation. If you truly aspire to be a part of the Manhattan College community, we encourage you to attend a community college, or any other school of your choice, and to try reapplying as a transfer student next year. We wish you good fortune in all of your future endeavors and on your pursuit for a suitable academic institution. Regards, Rolando Hernandez Admissions director Manhattan College 845-555-5555 ext. 201...
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