Barbie wrote: arvcondor wrote:
Barbie wrote:I'm trying to schedule a last minute visit. I have SO many questions and so much to learn in... a week or two. Anyone else who just got accepted know when our seat deposits are due?
For me, the first deposit is due April 15, but the directions tell you to refer to the "date in your acceptance letter." Not sure if it's different for everyone.
Ironically mine didn't have one. I called and they said they would call me back with one but I haven't gotten one lol.
Anyway, some basic questions:
1. Tulane's curve?
2. One of the main reasons I would choose Tulane over UF (where I'm deposited at now) is because I hear there is a better job market for my husband. He has a business degree and will be supporting us both through LS. Gainesville offers him very little-- anyone have any insight into what New Orleans offers in terms of job prospects for his kind?
3. Cheap hotels?
4. Anything stick out to any of you during your visit that really made you choose Tulane over similar schools (like, UF
You might wanna ask if the law school can put you in touch with anyone at the business school (right next to the law school) to talk about MBA jobs (if that's what he has, and if not general business stuff in NOLA). I know there are a lot of opportunities here, but not specifics. There is a lot of business here, and it's a really interesting place to be.
Around campus there aren't too many hotels, but Tulane is really accessible by the St. Charles streetcar. Staying somewhere on St. Charles or even downtown would be an easy ride to Tulane.
When I visited, I liked the atmosphere of Tulane's law school (and undergrad campus, which led me to come here). It seems more laid-back, and all the law students I've talked to (I fix laptops at Tulane, so when I'm fixing their laptops) seem really happy, and all have encouraged me to go to Tulane.