jacosta6 wrote:Blazers4Life wrote:So, of the 16 schools I planned to apply to regardless of fee waivers, every school south of #6 in the rankings has sent me a waiver.... except USC.
No waiver from Columbia, NYU, Chicago, or Berkeley, but got them from Penn, Michigan, Duke... UCLA... Vanderbilt... Boston U.
Seems pretty logical, right? What's up with USC? Anyone have one?
Did you request one from BU? I have around the same list of schools, and have yet to receive one from them.
Your request for a fee waiver has been approved. You will not have to pay the $75.00 application fee when applying to the Boston University School of Law. When you apply to BU Law via LSAC, upon check-out, LSAC should automatically recognize that you have received a fee waiver from us and you should not be prompted to pay the application fee. If for some reason, they do not recognize the waiver, please submit the following fee waiver code:
Also, USC and Cornell both responded to my request with something along the lines of "We use CRS; if you qualify, you'll probably get one." I'm tempted to check back since it's been a week. I "qualified" at better schools, you stingy bastards. Maybe they are using snail mail with waiver codes? Anyone have USC/Cornell yet?