sharpjayhawk (2019-2020)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Fordham University graph Waitlisted W 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 01/23/20 7 months
Belmont University College of Law F graph Accepted W $90,750 01/06/20 01/07/20 01/14/20 01/16/20 7 months
Boston University graph Waitlisted 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 -- 7 months
University of Colorado Boulder F graph Waitlisted 12/19/19 12/20/19 01/13/20 -- 7 months
Loyola Law School graph Accepted $25,000 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 01/28/20 7 months
University of New Hampshire School of Law F graph Accepted $41,000 01/06/20 01/07/20 01/08/20 01/31/20 8 months
Cornell University graph Rejected 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 02/03/20 8 months
University of Denver F graph Accepted $108,000 01/06/20 01/03/20 01/16/20 01/23/20 8 months
Quinnipiac University graph Accepted $135,000 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 01/06/20 8 months
University of Miami graph Accepted $90,000 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 12/23/19 8 months
University of San Diego F graph Accepted $135,000 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 01/03/20 8 months
Cardozo-Yeshiva University graph Accepted $60,000 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 01/07/20 8 months
Suffolk University graph Pending 12/19/19 12/20/19 12/20/19 -- 9 months

Applicant Information

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3.72
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Sport Management; Business Min
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

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Kansas
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Yes
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

- College Athlete
- Equality Advocate
- 4+ years working in professional and collegiate athletics during and post graduation from undergrad
- Professional Musician with multiple notable performances and award recognitions
- Member of the LGBTQ+ community

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

The scholarship amounts I listed are equal to the total amount that school has awarded me over three years. For example, Cardozo is going to give me $20,000 a year or a grand total of $60,000 over three years.

I worked for a high profile Congressperson for a year after undergrad. This person was also a lawyer from a prominent Ivy League and they wrote me a recommendation which I think helped my chances a lot.

I did not use any academic references and I thought it might hurt my chances of getting in to schools, especially ones that signified on the application that you had to have at least one academic reference if you were less than three years out of undergrad, but some of those same schools were the first to accept me. I think in certain situations the quality of the reference is more important than where the reference comes from.

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