A Rejection from Columbia Business School by: Just-Ship on January 17, 2011 | 5,637 Views January 17, 2011 Copy Link Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Share on Reddit Columbia rejected me today. It’s never fun to be rejected, but it’s a lot easier to deal with when I’ve already gotten accepted at a school that I favor going to. At the very least, it makes my decision clearer and it’s good to receive a definitive result. It also means I will avoid the potential Morningside Heights v. Greenwich Village, Ivy League v. New Money type of comparison. I wonder what it means for my chances at the Chicago schools, though, to have already been rejected twice, both times without an interview. Will be hard to say with Kellogg (since they interview all applicants), but Chicago’s decision will likely tell me how competitive my candidacy is. In the end, I can only attend one school, so everything else is just gravy. “Just One of 4,653 Applicants Trying To Get Into A Top B-School” “Why I’m Not Applying to Harvard Business School” “The Deafening Silence Is Broken: An Invitation to Interview from NYU’s Stern School” “Why An Applicant Interview Requires A Different State of Mind” “All Is Quiet on the MIT Sloan Front” “A ‘Yes” from NYU Stern. A ‘No’ from MIT Sloan” “Kellogg Gets His (Likely) Final Application” Comments or questions about this article? Email us.