Is my recommendation confidential? Who can see my recommendation?

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Recommendation Confidentiality

Applicants are required to state whether or not they waive the rights to access the letter of recommendation.  If the rights to review the recommendations are not waived, the applicant can request this information from the school only after an admission decision is made.  You should see this information reflected on the recommendation form. 

The recommendation you submit will be treated as privileged information, and will be presented only to the admission officials at the institution to which the student applied. Applicants are never allowed direct access to any recommendation materials submitted on behalf of their application.

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