Duke ($120k) vs. USC (full $) vs. Cornell (full $)

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What school should I attend next year?

Duke
16
31%
USC
14
27%
Cornell
22
42%
 
Total votes: 52

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LawsRUs

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Re: Duke ($120k) vs. USC (full $) vs. Cornell (full $)

Postby LawsRUs » Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:16 pm

OP, What did you say your COA was for Duke?

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Re: Duke ($120k) vs. USC (full $) vs. Cornell (full $)

Postby downbeat14 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:29 pm

OP take Cornell over Duke. Better BL placement, and thats all that should matter here. I met plenty of CA ppl at Cornell ASD. PM me if you want contact info. Please don't go to USC, that would be tragic for your numbers with a full ride at Cornell in hand. Paying Duke any money at all w your numbers is simply unjustifiable.

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Re: Duke ($120k) vs. USC (full $) vs. Cornell (full $)

Postby seansj1 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 8:02 pm

LawsRUs wrote:OP, What did you say your COA was for Duke?


Based on what Duke has on their website it would be $107,000 with my current scholarship.

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Re: Duke ($120k) vs. USC (full $) vs. Cornell (full $)

Postby seansj1 » Sat Apr 25, 2015 8:27 pm

FluffMonster wrote:I can attest to how great the culture is here at Duke. Plus, we don't get 9 months of snow. With that being said, what is the COA for these three schools? I gave up 30k more at Cornell, but that's probably pushing it.


I'd be paying about $53,000 at Cornell according to COA on their website. That's roughly half of what I'd pay at Duke.



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