Hello! I was just wondering if the percieved quality or ranking of an undergrad institution has a significant imapct on the chances of getting accepted to a given graduate program in physics. There have been people who have said things ranging from "little to no impact" to "vital", so I'm confused as to how important it really is. Example: Student A gets a stellar GPA (3.8-4.0), excellent GRE scores (both general and physics subject test), has researched every summer, and maybe even has a paper published. If this student went to Bodunk College rather than Ivy U., would this person be able to get into a good grad program?