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Claremont McKenna College has mistakenly sent scholarship award emails to hundreds of newcomersMany of whom received recognition for their initial admission last week.
According to the mail, The Podlich Scholarship will award students $ 10,000, and a অভিজ্ঞতা 5,000 summer experience.
“The next day, another email was sent stating that there had been an accident with the system and that the scholarship had been deducted from my admission,” a newcomer, who did not want to be named, told ABC.
In response, Many students have expressed their frustration and concern at Reddit.
You can count more than 100 comments in this forum Students who have been assured that this situation will affect their ability to pay for their school.
According to US News & World Report, 44% of full-time graduates of Claremont McKenna College receive some form of financial assistance Because of their financial needs.
Clarmont McKenna College told ABC that last Thursday, A computer code error in the admission letter offered an additional $ 10,000 scholarship and first summer experience reward..
“This special scholarship, one of the many we offer each year, was for a total of eight successful applicants. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused students and families, “said Clarmont McKenna College.
“Most of the students, though disappointed, understood and appreciated our outreach. During individual calls, we highlight that all newcomers are eligible for summer empirical support through our powerful sponsored experience and internship program. We are evaluating the technical reasons for this error so that it does not happen again, “he added.
Claremont McKenna College was founded in 1946 and A highly selective, co-educational liberal arts college that educates leaders about business and the public.
On your website, The university reports that it currently has an enrollment of about 1,200 students.
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