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UCLA Sends 854 Incorrect Acceptances

Let the apologizing begin. UCLA administrators are in damage-control mode after the university sent updated “provisional” financial aid packages Saturday and Sunday to admitted students and mistakenly added 854 nonadmitted high-school seniors to its mailing list. The letters contained the line: “Once again congratulations on your admission to UCLA, we hope that this information will assist you in making your decision to join the Bruin Family in the fall." UCLA spokesman Ricardo Vazquez issued an apology Wednesday.