Harry Pothead wrote:I mean that and it's Michigan ...
...says the dude at Cornell
Cramble wrote:I'm also 99% sure I'll be attending...
Question: Someone asked me today if the Summer Starters would have to face cuts at the end of the summer semester (ie bottom 10% of the summer starters are 'kicked out'.. something like that). I told them I didn't think so, but now I'm not sure. I've done some research, but can't find anything that says whether or not this is true.
Anyone have a definitive answer on this?
Harry Pothead wrote:The lowest grade on the curve is prob a C-, which means that you cant really "fail out" per se.
I got accepted into Michigan recently and am quite excited, but I have never visited the state before and the whole snow part is kind of daunting....I've lived in CA all my life!
My question is about the Lawyer's Club: How is the food? Is it bad, as in high school cafeteria bad or just okay? I won't be bringing a car and I am debating on-campus housing.
Alexandria wrote:I've only eaten there once, but I think general consensus is that the food is pretty good, but that you can get awfully tired of it.
Anyway... whether you want to live in the LC depends a lot on your own personality and preferences. There are some people who love it and choose to stay for 2L (and some even for 3L)... there are people who can't get far enough away from it.
lilybbloom wrote:I asked this a few days ago but didn't get a reply- for all of the current students on the board who live off-campus with one or more people, how did you find your roommate(s)? I sent my info (preferences etc) to UMich for some list they compile for roommate matching, but I'm getting kind of worried about simultaneously finding a roommate and an apartment/house in a town I'm not familiar with.
Should I plan on looking at apartments during the April ASW? Is that more or less the right time to sign a lease on an apartment for august?
Also, from the off-campus housing website listings, it seems like most places are available either september or very late august, after the date when orientation begins- but it *is* possible to find a lease that starts august 1st or 15th, rite?
seychelles wrote:My question is about the Lawyer's Club: How is the food? Is it bad, as in high school cafeteria bad or just okay? I won't be bringing a car and I am debating on-campus housing.
rightthat wrote:Regarding the Summer Start, how does the fact that you only take two doctrinal courses (and three total) change what you need to take in subsequent semesters, if at all? Is it easy to make up that extra course?
FWIW I am currently strongly considering Michigan (Summer Start) and plan to visit during the March ASW. Columbia and NYU (amongst others, but those are the two ranked above U-M) acceptances are going to make my decision difficult, but something about Michigan and Ann Arbor is really compelling to me - the nice Dean's scholly from UMich is also a factor. If only Michigan would considering giving me additional need-based grant money.
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Vail67 wrote:I'm almost positive I'm going to live in the lawyer's club but can't decide if I want to put my highest request as a single or a suite. Pros / cons? Are the actual bedrooms the same size in both scenarios, but the suite just also has a common area? I've had great experiences with roommates and seeing as we wouldn't be sharing an actual room, this option seems appealing.
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