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Acceptance Letter

Here is what an acceptance letter looks like:

Dear Ms. A.J.:

Congratulations! It is my pleasure to inform you that you have been chosen for admission to the University of Denver Sturm College of Law Day division for the Fall Semester 2010. Your selection is an accomplishment in which you should take great pride. We are confident you will make a valuable contribution to the University’s tradition of scholarship and service, and that our high standards of admission will result in a group of men and women who will also inspire confidence in the bar.

In order to preserve your status as an admitted applicant, you will need to submit a non-refundable tuition deposit in the amount of $300 to the Sturm College of Law Admissions Office by Thursday April 20, 2010. A second $300 deposit will be due June 10, 2010. These deposits will be applied to your tuition. Accepted applicants who do not make deposit payments in a timely manner will be withdrawn from the class.

To complete your admissions file, you must furnish the Admissions Office with official transcripts from all educational institutions you have attended beyond high school. Official transcripts must be sent to the Admissions Office directly from the issuing institution. They must indicate your final grades and any degrees received. LSDAS copies are not official transcripts.

On behalf of the entire University of Denver community, I extend a warm welcome and best wishes for your success. We appreciate your interest in the University and hope you share our enthusiasm about your future at the Sturm College of Law. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 303.xxx.xxxx or [email]. I look forward to meeting you soon.

Sincerely,

[Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Management]

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