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Deferring Admission - Johnson & McDonough

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Hi everyone,

I am in the midst of deciding whether or not I will attend Georgetown with an $80,000 scholarship or Cornell with a $40,000 scholarship. I am a young applicant (23 years old) and am thinking very seriously about deferring for a year. Do any of you know, if I were to do this, if those scholarships would still apply next year?

Any insight that you could provide would be greatly appreciated!
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stone14 wrote:
Hi everyone,

I am in the midst of deciding whether or not I will attend Georgetown with an $80,000 scholarship or Cornell with a $40,000 scholarship. I am a young applicant (23 years old) and am thinking very seriously about deferring for a year. Do any of you know, if I were to do this, if those scholarships would still apply next year?

Any insight that you could provide would be greatly appreciated!


Generally the school will not let you carry your scholarship offer but reassess you against the following years applicants - and if there are more deserving candidates then you might lose it. However you would need to be careful how you describe your reasons for deferring as they might get concerned you are looking to apply/reapply to the top schools and using them as a backstop.
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stone14 wrote:
Hi everyone,

I am in the midst of deciding whether or not I will attend Georgetown with an $80,000 scholarship or Cornell with a $40,000 scholarship. I am a young applicant (23 years old) and am thinking very seriously about deferring for a year. Do any of you know, if I were to do this, if those scholarships would still apply next year?

Any insight that you could provide would be greatly appreciated!


Generally the school will not let you carry your scholarship offer but reassess you against the following years applicants - and if there are more deserving candidates then you might lose it. However you would need to be careful how you describe your reasons for deferring as they might get concerned you are looking to apply/reapply to the top schools and using them as a backstop.


That makes perfect sense. Thank you for the insight!
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