^^-Or they could be acceptances from schools where the OP applied EA. I`m at MommaJ`s. I am convinced that the speech you hear in the university boards about the stages of ED`s law, “Blacklisting,” etc., is exactly what you are saying. My daughter broke an ED deal. It was based exclusively on financial reasons. Our probate officer encouraged us to appeal the FA package, which we did, but unfortunately the extras they offered were still not enough to make this possible. We wrote a letter asking for the agreement to be exited, and that is it. We have never received an insulting letter in which we would break the agreement. So after spending a little too much time online, I was a little hysterical about it…… I called our admissions counselor and asked empty spot if there were any negative consequences, blacklists, etc. He made fun of me.
He said he did not know of a school that would take the time, effort and resources to ruin a child`s chances of being admitted to a school that works best for him and his family. He said he was really disappointed that it didn`t work out, but that “things are going for a reason” and that every school she ended up attending would be happy to have it. It couldn`t have been more beautiful.
If you break ED, the worst part is that no other school will accept you
Consider the ED agreement you signed and filed with your application. The majority of schools that propose ED plans do so as part of the National Association of Admissions Association (NACAC) Statement of Principles, which manages the school`s treatment of students. In addition, as part of the agreement, ED applicants, parents and counsellors must also sign.
Mee situation is compensated by the fact that I have a large family, I live in a rural area, etc., which leads to our low CEF. Perhaps it could put me in a lower income bracket on the income scale, or whatever. But, according to their book of view, the students with the lowest income level ($0-30,000) received an average assistance plan of about $29,000. I don`t see how this could be compatible with their 100% promise.
Se sure, life happens and sometimes your situation changes so radically that this clear decision no longer seems feasible. Problems that could impact your acceptance are the loss of a job by parents, sudden health problems for you or an immediate member of your family or a natural disaster that is ravaging your home.
“In my experience, colleges won`t hold that against a family,” beane says. “They`re reasonable.” The consequences of a breach of the DE Treaty can be very serious. All schools share a statement of principle and ethics. Under these guidelines, there are really no acceptable circumstances for the breach of a DE contract. The only possible exception is that if the financial assistance package granted to you at the ED school is so inadequate that you cannot afford to leave. In this case, you may be disengaged from your obligation to participate. It`s likely you`ll have to prove it.