I'm sorry. That sucks. Having your plans blown open is a "nothing can really be said" situation but I'll say this anyway:
On February 13, 2007 I got laid off. On February 15, 2007 I was informed by the financial aid office that I wouldn't be doing the Peter Stark Program at USC (the Starkies didn't even bother sending me a rejection). And for March and April I had no clue what the hell to do. But May I spent three weeks in Thailand and June I started mixing national television.
In July, I found out that the guy who changed the coffee was a graduate of the Peter Stark Program at USC. I was making about six times as much as he did, actually had my name in the credits and wasn't sitting on $200k in student loan debt two years in the future.
Odds are, this isn't a similar bullet dodged. Odds are, it would have been a spectacular fit. But odds are, one door closed and another opens.
Keep your eye out for open doors.