Wake $$ vs UNC $

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Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby FacePalm » Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:20 am

In state, so my out of pocket is the same either way (roughly 5k + living expenses).

I realize UNC's numbers are slightly better. I would especially appreciate input about factors that may not be obvious from looking at the stats.

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Re: Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby YankeesFan » Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:23 am

UNC...at least there you wont have to watch a basketball team coached by one of the worst hires in D1 history.

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Re: Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby Johnny1607 » Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:31 am

YankeesFan wrote:UNC...at least there you wont have to watch a basketball team coached by one of the worst hires in D1 history.


+1


Not sure why you wouldn't base your decision off stats. You have a noticeably better shot at employment from UNC - Seems like a no brainer.

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Re: Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby FacePalm » Wed Mar 20, 2013 1:08 pm

Johnny1607 wrote:
YankeesFan wrote:UNC...at least there you wont have to watch a basketball team coached by one of the worst hires in D1 history.


+1


Not sure why you wouldn't base your decision off stats. You have a noticeably better shot at employment from UNC - Seems like a no brainer.


If the 2012 numbers are to be believed, the differences are much less than LST for 2011.

Wake 2012 Employment Stats Employed at firm >100 | 23/156= 14.7%
UNC 2012 Employment Stats Employed at firm >100 | 42/256= 16.4%

I'm not sure I would characterize a point and a half as "noticeably better."

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Re: Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby rad lulz » Wed Mar 20, 2013 1:13 pm

What is total CoA including interest on the loans over 3 years

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Re: Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby FacePalm » Wed Mar 20, 2013 1:40 pm

rad lulz wrote:What is total CoA including interest on the loans over 3 years


Using this handy calculator (thanks Georgetown), assuming net summers of $0, no additional scholarship money (still a possibility from Wake) and including a 3.5% yearly CoA hike, it works out to:

UNC total indebtedness: $105,058

Wake total indebtedness: $94,931

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Re: Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby Ruxin1 » Wed Mar 20, 2013 1:41 pm

FacePalm wrote:
rad lulz wrote:What is total CoA including interest on the loans over 3 years


Using this handy calculator (thanks Georgetown), assuming net summers of $0, no additional scholarship money (still a possibility from Wake) and including a 3.5% yearly CoA hike, it works out to:

UNC total indebtedness: $105,058

Wake total indebtedness: $94,931


That's pretty pricey if you end up at median though.

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Re: Wake $$ vs UNC $

Postby FacePalm » Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:58 pm

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