Hey any input from an alumn would be super appreciated. I just got my housing assignment, and was given a studio. Should I try and be in a 4 unit for my first year to get and know people?
Let me know if you think if I should get on a waiting list to switch to a 2 or 3 bedroom.
Just as an FYI, there isn't a ton of extra housing this year - increased # of 2Ls wanting to stay on campus + very large freshman class in the undergrad (undergrads get priority, and Stanford Univ. guarnatees them housing all 4 years I think) means that there isn't as much flexibility as normal. A studio is perfectly fine, and you'll be plenty able to socialize if you're willing to leave your apartment. If it's in Munger, it will be even easier.
Question for current students or 0L's...on my axess it still lists "CSS profile" under to-do's as a "requirement for being considered for institutional scholarship funds." Considering I've already received my financial aid package/the law school specific financial aid instructions don't mention anything about completing a CSS profile, is it safe to assume I can ignore this??
No clue what that is. I'd call the Fin Aid office and check.
Hi, I just have a little computer question. I am looking at buying the base model of the Mac Air (no cd/dvd drive, no firewire port, no sd card drive). Would the specs be sufficient for school? On the SLS website it recommends the 13" Air, which has a little bit better specs than the 11" base model. Just wondering if it really makes any difference. Thanks!
That'll be absolutely fine for what you need. Small screens kind of suck when you want to look at multiple things, though. But it's really up to you.