jppatt16 wrote:Well, Mr. Le gave me a call a few days back and discussed finances/gaining in-state rates as a 2L and all that jazz. Not thrilled to be sending in my deposit -- even if it's a comparatively meager $100 -- before I have a complete picture of scholarships and loans to come, but UWash was/is my dream school, so there's never been much doubt that I was going to enroll anyway.
Noticed that there isn't an attending thread in the Class of 2014 forum yet, but have any of you done much in the way of apartment scouting?
I've started looking a little, but it looks like other than campus owned places you can't do much damage until around june or july depending on when you'd like to move in. i'm lucky enough to be in the area so this isn't a huge deal for me, but if you're actually moving you might want to call ahead and get an idea of what the school recommends. i applied to the commodore duchess (school owned, independently managed) but it's still on the pricey side for a 1bed so if i could score something more doable i'd definitely go that way. either way, everyone pretty much says to ask again in june or july at this point. anyone else have any ideas/input on where grad students usually live?