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What Does My Status Mean?

Application Statuses Explained

Wondering what your application status means?  This handy guide explains the meaning of each status:
Applied
Initial status once you have clicked "Apply" next to a program listing, which begins the campus application process.
Review
Once all your Application Forms (i.e., the required forms) for the campus application have been submitted, including your transcript and recommendations, Abroad Office automatically changes your application status to "review."
Approved
Once your campus application has been reviewed and approved, the Study Abroad Office manually changes your status to "approved." This indicates that you have permission from IIT to study abroad but does not guarantee that you will actually be admitted to the program.
Admitted
Once you (or IIT faculty, for faculty-led programs) have provided confirmation of acceptance to the program, the Study Abroad Office manually changes your status to "admitted."
Student
Based on the program dates in Abroad Office, your application status changes automatically to "student," which indicates that the program is in progress.
Completed
Based on the program dates in Abroad Office, your application status changes automatically to "completed," which indicates the end of the program.
Withdrawn
Indicates that you have withdrawn from the program (may be changed by the Study Abroad Office or the applicant).
Closed
Indicates that you were not admitted to the program or that you were ineligible for consideration (e.g., because you were on probation or your application was incomplete).
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