BCLS wrote:I'm a law student and the law school is closed for students today-- admission staff may be in though.
Considering the fact that there's been no movement, I doubt it.
lhlee wrote:kad1026 wrote:Is it too early to try to negotiate scholarship money from BC since it doesn't really seem like they have started giving it out that many offers yet?
What would you be negotiating? I havent been accepted yet, but it seems like they haven't given out a lot of scholarship info/$$.
Disregard this if they already gave you your finaid info.
ballpop wrote:From what I can tell---no Green line goes all the way to BC Law in Newton?
Eagles1986L wrote:Yeah, Ms. Ridic is right on...
I lived on the law/Newton campus my freshman year at BC. The shuttle runs pretty frequently from main campus to Newton, but it's definitely a pain to wait around for the bus. The bus also had limited service during holidays, etc. If it's possible/affordable to have a car, then I would recommend it for BC Law! The couple of mile drive from campus is much quicker than waiting for a bus, and parking is adequate as Ms. Ridic stated above.
ash8309 wrote:Any late Jan folks heard back? Current status is In Review 1/25.
ls24 wrote:ash8309 wrote:Any late Jan folks heard back? Current status is In Review 1/25.
I sent my app in 1/13 and my last complete date is 1/24 (which might also be my first, I'm not sure)... I haven't heard anything yet.
ldboston wrote:Hmm that is kinda what i thought/feared. I did see that I could live on the D line, and that might be more worth it. I will keep looking into it, thanks for the feedback!
ldboston wrote:Thanks! I am actually looking into the D line more now. Someone posted the BC Shuttle schedule earlier and there is actually a law school shuttle stop on the D line in the mornings, and I could take 2 shuttles home or get a ride. I would definitely rather be on that line than the B line.