Kellogg School of Management Extends Round 2 Deadline Due to Cold Temps
Extremely cold temperatures have forced the Kellogg School of Management Office of Admissions to remain closed until tomorrow – and spurred the school to extend its Round 2 deadline by two days, from today to Thursday, January 9th,,at 5 p.m. CST.
According to a message on the Kellogg website, the Round 2 deadline for all applications has been extended until January 9th, and both on-campus and off-campus interview requests will also be accepted until this date.
The dangerously cold weather has caused Kellogg to remain closed yesterday and today, and Round 2 applicants have been sent an email today letting them know about the extended deadline, Poets&Quants reported.
The email sent to Round 2 applicants reads as follows:
“Due to extreme weather conditions the Office of Admission will remain closed until the morning of January 8, 2014. Given these unforeseen circumstances, we will be extending the Round II application deadline until Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 5:00 PM CST. For any technical issues with your Round 2 application for admission, please e-mail email@example.com. If an unresolved technical issue is identified as preventing the completion of your application by the deadline, this will not impact the evaluation of your candidacy.”
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