Goal = Zero Debt...suggestions?

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Re: Goal = Zero Debt...suggestions?

Postby 1898 » Wed Oct 26, 2011 1:12 am

Thanks, I had been contemplating Minnesota, BC, and BU, so it's nice to hear your affirmation.

Anyone know how I might fare at the University of Washington? I've heard mixed reviews about their financial aid packages.

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Gecko of Doom
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Re: Goal = Zero Debt...suggestions?

Postby Gecko of Doom » Wed Oct 26, 2011 1:32 am

1898 wrote:Anyone know how I might fare at the University of Washington? I've heard mixed reviews about their financial aid packages.

Washington and (to a lesser extent) Colorado are stingy with scholarship money relative to their rankings. If your goal is to end up with little debt (rather than to practice in these regions specifically), Washington and Colorado are not great bets.

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Re: Goal = Zero Debt...suggestions?

Postby utilitarianjac » Wed Oct 26, 2011 2:18 pm

Pepperdine offers a number of full-tuition scholarships, and there are stipends available to a select few. The cost of living in Malibu is high, but it's possible to graduate without any debt.




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