“Have you received my …?” : Keeping the US Postal System busy (and vice versa)

We are being weighed down by a lot of mail. One of the results of the Fisher MHRM program being one of the top graduate programs in the U.S.!

“I mailed my transcripts last week, did you get them?”

As a top ranked graduate HR program, the Fisher MHRM application office is inundated with transcripts, GMAT scores, and applications this time of year. MHRM staff is working tirelessly to make sure applications are complete for review.

If you have e-mailed us and we have not returned your e-mail, please note that the MHRM email inbox is steeped with requests about whether or not applications materials have been received. It will take us several days (or more) for us to reply. Additionally, please note that it can take a few weeks for the staff members to update your status online. The best way to keep up with your application is to check your ApplyYourself account (read this blog post for a refresher). After all, if we are busy answering e-mails, who is going to process your application? At minimum, wait at least 7 days from the time you submit your application before you contact the office to check on status.

Last, we have received many requests asking if the admissions committee can review an application without official scores. The MHRM program will not make decisions based upon scanned and uploaded copies of required test scores (e.g. GMAT/GRE, TOEFL/IELTS, etc.). Application deadlines are posted here. A recap of what you need to submit a complete application is posted here.