Battle of the Washingtons!

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BigZuck
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Re: Battle of the Washingtons!

Postby BigZuck » Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:43 pm

Icecold62 wrote:So follow up,
UW: 20k a year w/o stips
W&L: Full ride (including grants)
GW: 10k a year

Other interesting offers

Asu: full ride
Arizona: full ride

Still waiting on Stanford but UW at 10k (tuition) a year sounds really nice. Good plan? Or should I consider asu for free? Once again I want to end up in Seattle.


What's the total cost of attendance at each?

The Dark Shepard
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Re: Battle of the Washingtons!

Postby The Dark Shepard » Fri Mar 28, 2014 11:07 pm

Average of 10k or so a year at UW without CoL? That's a damn good deal for Seattle I think

Also, this thread is golden

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Icecold62
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Re: Battle of the Washingtons!

Postby Icecold62 » Fri Mar 28, 2014 11:26 pm

BigZuck wrote:
Icecold62 wrote:So follow up,
UW: 20k a year w/o stips
W&L: Full ride (including grants)
GW: 10k a year

Other interesting offers

Asu: full ride
Arizona: full ride

Still waiting on Stanford but UW at 10k (tuition) a year sounds really nice. Good plan? Or should I consider asu for free? Once again I want to end up in Seattle.


What's the total cost of attendance at each?


You're asking me to do actual math? About my future life altering choices? lol I am not sure, cost of living is highest at GW and UW. Arizona (tucson) is super cheap, the rest are meh. Oh and my wife has a pretty good job in Seattle that makes cost of living close to zero (sorry for contradicting myself).

At this point I think UW is the plan, unless Stanford decides to call me, yes?

BigZuck
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Re: Battle of the Washingtons!

Postby BigZuck » Fri Mar 28, 2014 11:45 pm

Icecold62 wrote:
BigZuck wrote:
Icecold62 wrote:So follow up,
UW: 20k a year w/o stips
W&L: Full ride (including grants)
GW: 10k a year

Other interesting offers

Asu: full ride
Arizona: full ride

Still waiting on Stanford but UW at 10k (tuition) a year sounds really nice. Good plan? Or should I consider asu for free? Once again I want to end up in Seattle.


What's the total cost of attendance at each?


You're asking me to do actual math? About my future life altering choices? lol I am not sure, cost of living is highest at GW and UW. Arizona (tucson) is super cheap, the rest are meh. Oh and my wife has a pretty good job in Seattle that makes cost of living close to zero (sorry for contradicting myself).

At this point I think UW is the plan, unless Stanford decides to call me, yes?


Why are you even asking the question? You want people to do the math for you? I'm not doing that.

Go wherever you want bro.

Stanford won't even pick up the phone, no worries there.

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Icecold62
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Re: Battle of the Washingtons!

Postby Icecold62 » Fri Mar 28, 2014 11:50 pm

BigZuck wrote:
Icecold62 wrote:
BigZuck wrote:
Icecold62 wrote:So follow up,
UW: 20k a year w/o stips
W&L: Full ride (including grants)
GW: 10k a year

Other interesting offers

Asu: full ride
Arizona: full ride

Still waiting on Stanford but UW at 10k (tuition) a year sounds really nice. Good plan? Or should I consider asu for free? Once again I want to end up in Seattle.


What's the total cost of attendance at each?


You're asking me to do actual math? About my future life altering choices? lol I am not sure, cost of living is highest at GW and UW. Arizona (tucson) is super cheap, the rest are meh. Oh and my wife has a pretty good job in Seattle that makes cost of living close to zero (sorry for contradicting myself).

At this point I think UW is the plan, unless Stanford decides to call me, yes?


Why are you even asking the question? You want people to do the math for you? I'm not doing that.

Go wherever you want bro.

Stanford won't even pick up the phone, no worries there.


Sorry, thought the sarcasm was implied.... The general purpose of this is just to ask opinions not for you to do my work, obviously.




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