UT accidentally sends out acceptance letters to 22
On Monday, members of admissions staff were in the process of notifying — with “care and sensitivity” — the students who received the letters accidentally.
Twenty-two acceptance letters to the University of Tennessee were accidentally sent last week, the university confirmed Monday.
“Our admissions office deeply regrets it,” Margie Nichols, a UT spokeswoman, said. “It was a mistake, they should not have been sent.”
She said the applicants who received acceptance letters by accident were not all from the same town or school or grouped together for a particular reason.
It was human error, Nichols said.
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