CanadianWolf wrote:@Lawsauce: In another thread you wrote that you would take a large--not necessarily full--scholarship at Vanderbilt over full pay at Top Ten Virginia. This seems to run counter to your advice given in this thread. Is it just because it's Harvard ? Thanks.
P.S. I don't know where some posters are getting their figures for Harvard. Harvard Law estimates cost of attendance at about $70,000 per year totaling well over $200,000 for three years.
Yea, its just because its Havard. It is one of the elites, that can take you places that are hard, probably not impossible, but hard to get to from the other schools. When you can get into harvard, you have to think about making big-time contacts with classmates, and other things like this, and think less about money. I mean whichever school you choose will be with you for the rest of your career, hopefully your debt will not be, fingers crossed of coarse, but at harvard, you should be okay.