omaha8 (2018-2019)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Yale University graph Accepted W 12/18/06 -- 01/30/07 03/27/07 12 years
Harvard University graph Accepted A 12/18/06 -- 01/18/07 01/29/07 12 years
University of Connecticut graph Accepted W $72,000 12/19/06 -- 01/19/07 02/14/07 12 years
Columbia University F graph Accepted W 01/07/07 -- 02/24/07 03/08/07 12 years
Western New England College School of Law graph Accepted W $90,000 12/19/06 -- 01/16/07 01/30/07 12 years
Boston University graph Accepted W 12/30/06 -- 02/08/07 02/24/07 12 years

Applicant Information

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California
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Extra Curricular Information

Nontrad, good work experience, advanced degree

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Visitor Comments

  • UConn $
  • Friday, February 02 2007 at 10:31 AM

The money is from being named an Oliver Ellsworth Scholar. They say they dont have the money to grant traditional scholarships but that I'll be given in-state tuition (even though I'm from NJ). The 3-year savings works out to something like 49,876. While its not the typical scholarship, it is $50,000 saved in my mind.

- lflyer
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  • Sunday, February 04 2007 at 06:44 AM

The scholarship from UConn is called the Dean's Scholarship, which is a full scholarship for all three years. That amount is what it would be in the first year (after that I would become a CT resident and it would be less, but still cover full tuition). Judging by your numbers you should likely get it as well. Good luck

- forizzle31
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  • Sunday, February 04 2007 at 06:45 AM

The scholarship from UConn is called the Dean's Scholarship, which is a full scholarship for all three years. That amount is what it would be in the first year (after that I would become a CT resident and it would be less, but still cover full tuition). Judging by your numbers you should likely get it as well. Good luck

- forizzle31
  • Columbia
  • Thursday, March 08 2007 at 05:33 PM

Congrats! How did you learn of the acceptance? Email?

- WildCardz
  • reasons?
  • Tuesday, May 01 2007 at 07:46 PM

Hi, I'm going out of my mind trying to decide between Yale and Harvard. Would you mind telling me you made the decision?

- Confused!

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