Mar 3, 2007
The Mystery Of The Missing Application Tracking Portlet
Posted in: Process & Statistics
I apologize for the confusion surrounding the removal of the Application Tracking portlet in MyMIT. The system is supposed to display a message explaining why the portlet is no longer there, but it's not showing up for some reason. I'll look into this when I'm back in the office.
The Application Tracking portlet is gone because it is now definitively too late in the process to submit additional or missing application components. (It was actually too late weeks ago - but our amazing records staff did an incredible job of processing things well beyond the deadline. On behalf of all of us, here's a big public thanks to them.)
So this is just a quick entry to let you all know that everyone's portlet has been removed, and it doesn't imply anything about individual decisions.
Now that the Application Tracking portlet has been turned off, use it as an excuse to let go of the process a little bit. You've done everything you can do, so try to have some fun in these next few weeks. Hang in there and try not to stress - there's nothing left to do but wait, and if all goes well, you'll know in 2 weeks and 53 minutes. :-)
[Edit: to respond to the questions about midyear grades, please don't worry. If we felt we needed to see midyear grades in order to make a decision, and they weren't in your file, we'd contact your school directly to get them.]