The admissions office believes that the higher school year is crucial to the preparation and preparation of a student for the academic rigor of the Vanderbilt courses. We expect students to demonstrate their interest in learning by continuing to complete a complete complement to university courses and maintaining a high level of performance. Vanderbilt Admission officials do not conduct interviews and interviews are not part of the admission process. As an optional component of the application process, we offer interviews with local alumni. Through our CoRPs (Commodore Recruitment Programs) interview program, candidates are invited to request an interview with an Alumnu/a in their environment. After applying for a student, they receive information via email on how to request a local interview with an alumnus. Interviews with alumni are entirely optional and Vanderbilt cannot guarantee that alumni can interview all students, especially those living outside major cities. Under no circumstances will it give a lot of thought to students who cannot agree to a job interview. Visit our AdRP maintenance page for more information. Our selection process reflects our belief that the quality of the educational environment at Law School benefits from taking into account a much broader set of information about each budding student than the GPA and the LSAT. We check each file in its entirety for the characteristics of successful law students and lawyers, such as academic excellence, teamwork, intellectual curiosity, strong communication skills, overcoming barriers, respect for the views of others and interest in the well-being of others. We believe that talented students with a mix of backgrounds, perspectives and aspirations foster a vibrant educational environment and that a comprehensive review of the admissions process is at the heart of this goal. Hello, thank you for your question.
Vanderbilt is committed to covering 100% of the financial needs for all admitted students, regardless of the decision plan you choose. Thank you very much for your question. If you are applying about the R D, you will know your decision by April 1, regardless of when your application is filed. We can`t be more specific because we don`t know how long it will take to evaluate all applications and prepare decisions. If you apply, you will hear within 2 business days that we have received your application and you can start with MyAppVU to make sure that we have all the necessary elements and that your application is complete. Thank you! Decisions to authorize the ordinary decision are possible until April 1, 2014. All appointments important to our admissions process are on admissions.vanderbilt.edu/dates/. If Vanderbilt moves all early candidates to the normal decision class, this can be an illuminating measure of a candidate`s academic performance relative to his or her colleagues and is considered thoughtful in combination with other data collected by the admissions agency through a given high school. Remember that the most promising candidates for admission to Vanderbilt have generally earned marks in a high field compared to their classmates, and class rank often confirms what we can assume about a student`s performance.