December 14, 2012
Lillian Dolores Gill
123 Hernan Cortes Ave.
Hagatna, GU 96910
Stanford ID: 05865259
Congratulations! The Admission Committee joins me in the most rewarding part of my job—offering you admission to Stanford University and inviting you to join our Class of 2017.
You have set yourself apart, and we are impressed and inspired by your passion, determination and accomplishments. We acknowledge and celebrate all you have worked for with the good news this letter brings.
At Stanford you join a diverse, joyful and collaborative campus community with a shared determination to change the world. Indeed, Leland and Jane Stanford founded the University “to promote the public welfare by exercising an influence on behalf of humanity and civilization.” That influence begins with an academic community committed to mastering the known and developing an intuitive capacity to imagine the unknown. You are part of something larger than yourself at Stanford, and your unique perspective will contribute to this extraordinary community.
Most importantly, Stanford is a place to grow and begin to define your place in the world.
The next step is to visit admit.stanford.edu. Connect with other admitted students and begin to explore Stanford's opportunities. Next week you will receive a packet of information that includes instructions for confirming your enrollment and an invitation to attend Admit Weekend 2013, Thursday–Saturday, April 25–27. You may respond to our admission offer at any time on or before May 1, 2013.
As you continue through your senior year, do not initiate changes to your course schedule without contacting us first. In addition, if you submitted predicted scores for exams such as the International Baccalaureate, we require the actual scores once you receive your results. Your admission is contingent upon strong academic performance in the program of study you presented in your application including your final IB results.
We are thrilled to offer you admission and hope that you will join us. Welcome to the Stanford family.
Richard H. Shaw
Dean of Admission and Financial Aid
| Stanford University | Office of Undergraduate Admission|
Montag Hall | 355 Galvez Street | Stanford, CA 94305