OPT20 (2017-2018)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign F graph Waitlisted W 02/23/18 03/07/18 03/07/18 04/27/18 2 days
Penn State University (Dickinson) F graph Accepted A $49,000 02/23/18 02/26/18 03/07/18 04/16/18 2 days
Michigan State College of Law F graph Accepted W $35,000 02/22/18 02/23/18 03/07/18 03/29/18 2 days
University of Pittsburgh graph Accepted W 03/09/18 03/09/18 -- 05/11/18 9 days
University of Oregon graph Accepted W $30,000 03/09/18 03/09/18 04/04/18 04/13/18 1 month
Washington and Lee University F graph WL, Rejected W 02/23/18 -- 03/07/18 04/13/18 1 month
Temple University graph Waitlisted W 02/23/18 -- 03/07/18 03/20/18 1 month
University of South Carolina graph Accepted W $22,000 03/09/18 03/09/18 -- 03/13/18 1 month
University of Cincinnati F graph Accepted W $17,500 03/09/18 03/09/18 -- 04/04/18 1 month
Wayne State University F graph Accepted W $21,000 03/09/18 03/09/18 -- 03/22/18 1 month

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I am committing to Penn St. Dickinson. So thrilled! It's been a long process but it feels great to come out on the other side!

Pitt emailed me on 5/9 gauging my interest in them still. They said they were "incredibly impressed" with my app but wondered where I was at with my decision making process. So I told them I was between Dickinson and MSU. By default my application was withdrawn but I'm going to count it as an acceptance! All decisions are in now to choose!

Tried re-negotiating with MSU with Wayne State's offer they said no. Tried again when Penn State offered full tuition they raised me from 32k to 35k.

Penn St. Dickinson is full tuition. Wow. Going to make things tough.

Scholarships are per-year.

SC is a per-year non-resident scholarship just to bring tuition down to near-resident level.

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