USC MFA in Writing for Screen and Television 2019


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They don't really have a concrete decision date, unfortunately. USUALLY the first group of accepted people start to hear back the final weekend of February (which would be the 23rd this year -- yes, somehow only two weeks away.) But there has been times where they don't say a damn thing until the first weekend of March (which is a possibility this year, with the last weekend being so early in Feb.) Either way, how it's been done in years past is an initial volley of acceptances the first weekend they release 'em, then a slow trickle of other acceptances in the days after. Sometimes its another week. Sometimes it's another two, or three. But not until after all the acceptances are sent out does USC issue out rejection letters, which makes for such a fun* waiting period.

*It's the worst

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