Catholic $36k vs. Baltimore (in-state) $40k

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Catholic $36k vs. Baltimore (in-state) $40k

Postby jtoppe2 » Mon May 09, 2011 3:18 pm

Want to work in Mid-Atlantic. I would have free housing if I were to go to Catholic. Baltimore is in-state and cheap. Catholic's scholarship has a top 25% stipulation and Baltimore has a top 1/3 stipulation. I have to decide by Friday.


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Re: Catholic $36k vs. Baltimore (in-state) $40k

Postby BlueDiamond » Mon May 09, 2011 3:20 pm

the stipulations on thise scholarships are not good.. neither is a good option in my opinion.. depending on your situation I'd say retake or do not go to law school


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Re: Catholic $36k vs. Baltimore (in-state) $40k

Postby miketyson » Tue May 10, 2011 3:25 pm

i think when it comes to the mid-atlantic as a whole, catholic university probably has a bigger alumni network than baltimore, specifically in d.c. if that is of interest to you. from what i've read about u balt, the alumni is more limited to the city of baltimore and the state of maryland. that scholarship does make the school a pretty good bargain though and if you're okay with staying in the state of maryland my vote would be for baltimore. for full disclosure i should say that i was accepted to both these schools as well and decided on baltimore, though catholic did not offer me a scholly and the one i received for baltimore was only 17k.


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Re: Catholic $36k vs. Baltimore (in-state) $40k

Postby bhangra23 » Tue May 10, 2011 3:28 pm

Go the cheapest route and work ur ass off

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