We have completed the review of your application and I am very sorry to inform you that we will be unable to offer you admission into the Computer Science Masters program. The committee received a large number of qualified applicants and were forced to make some very difficult decisions.
Thank you for your interest in the University of Virginia Computer Science Masters program.
I am writing in response to your application to the M.S. Program in Computer Science at Dartmouth College. I regret to inform you that, after careful consideration and long discussions, the Admissions Committee has decided not to offer you admission to the program. We had a very large applicant pool, but only a small number of spaces. As a result, many highly qualified students had to be denied admission. Therefore, please do not take this rejection as an indication that you are not qualified to enter an M.S. program; the simple fact is that the admissions committee receives far too many applications each year to admit all qualified applicants.
Please kindly do not call or e-mail us to ask the reason for the rejection of your application or to ask that we re-consider your application; again, space in the M.S. program in Computer Science at Dartmouth College is limited.
We appreciate your interest in Dartmouth, and wish you the best of luck in your graduate studies.