canesfan1986 wrote:Ok, I understand, but I don't know why people wouldn't embrace that challenge instead of running away from it. Maybe a GPA stipulation will push people to study harder and better, who knows? I just won't turn down money because someone requires that I perform well. It's like if you get a high-paying job, they naturally expect you to do well. If you don't, you'll get fired, but why would anyone assume they'll fail and run away from that? I just don't get it.
embrace that challenge? How about embracing a sizable amount of debt on top of their high costs already (in comparison to other schools). It's all about security and the fact that going to Miami is already a HUGE risk because, well, they suck unless you wanna 100% do mid/shitlaw in Florida. Let's not forget they are still a tier two and with that kinda stipulation the force of that kinda money loses it's appeal real fast. Call me a downer or whatever but ITE Miami is a gamble not worth taking at sticker