Yes. Almeda rejected my bogus application. They sent me a letter stating I did not qualify and suggested I go to a traditional college.
No. Belford did not reject my bogus application. They did not even review it. The application just took me to a payment form. I could have written that I was Czar Nicholas II of Russia and died in 1918. I would still have been able to get my degree from Belford.
Don’t know. There was never a response from this university. No response to the application, no response to any e-mail inquiries. Nothing.
Yes. Glendale rejected my bogus application. I think. They simply ignored it. No letter of explanation. No response. But they did approve me when I sent my valid resume.
Exactly the same as Glendale. They simply ignored the bogus application. I sent it TWICE and it was ignored both times. Like Glendale, they did approve me when I sent my valid resume.
No. Rochville did not reject my bogus application. They approved the bogus application based on the 7 words. They stated that they had a 10-member committee review it — and the collective genius power of the 10 of them decided it was worthy of a 4-year degree. (The part about the genius was me editorializing).
Yes. Suffield rejected my bogus application. They sent me a letter stating I did not qualify and suggested I apply again with more information. Unfortunately their e-mail to me was full of grammatical mistakes.