If you have submitted multiple applications, our internal Application Review Committee will take a look at your applications and make sure that you meet the program requirements. Different schools have different requirements (number of previous credits, GPA, pre-requisite courses, etc.), and that is what our Application Review Committee looks for.
If you have multiple applications that have been approved by the Review Committee to move forward, then you will be hearing from multiple Enrollment Advisors (EA's). Each university has a team of Enrollment Advisors who specialize in that university’s application process. The process is unique at each school so it is important that you communicate with each one of your EA’s. We are all here to help you find the best program fit for you!
- For some universities, Guild will send your application directly to the university on your behalf. For others, you will need to submit a second application. Each school has varying requirements (official transcripts, exam scores, letters of recommendation, etc.).
- After you have completed all of the next steps with each school, the timeline varies on when you will receive an Admissions Decision. While you are awaiting a decision, some schools may require additional documentation. Be sure to pay attention to emails from your potential universities, as well as all of your Enrollment Advisors, to make sure that you are on the right track!
- Once you have your admittance decision(s), it is time to take the next step! If you are deciding between multiple schools, this is a great time to schedule a phone call on your EA’s calendar (their calendar link will be in their introduction email and email signature). We would love to help support you in making this big decision!
- Once you have decided on which university you will be attending, continue to communicate with that university's EA. If you decide to not move forward with certain programs, please let the EA’s from those schools know so that we can close your file and you will stop receiving our emails. Best of luck on your new adventure!
Article written by Kelsey McClung, Enrollment Advisor