Colleges reject applicants who followed hacking instructions

Thursday, 2 June 2005, 3:10 AM EST

Stanford University's Graduate School of Business has rejected 41 applicants who tried to access an admissions Web site earlier this year in hopes of learning their fate ahead of schedule.

School officials said the applicants were given the opportunity to explain why they attempted to gain access to their admissions files before the date when the university was to tell them if they were admitted.

At the EE Product Center.

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